October 18, 2022 CRTPA Meeting

Event Details



Citizens wishing to provide input at the CRTPA meeting may:

  • Provide comments in person at the meeting. Speakers are requested to fill out a speaker’s card located inside Commission Chambers when they arrive at the meeting and limit their comments to three (3) minutes; or
  • Submit written comments prior to the meeting at https://crtpa.org/contact-us/ by providing comments in the “Email Us” portion of the page before 5:00 p.m. on October 17. This will allow time for comments to be provided to CRTPA members in advance of the meeting. Comments submitted after this time (up to the time of the meeting) will be accepted and included in the official record of the meeting; or
  • Provide live comments during the meeting virtually by registering before 5:00 p.m. on October 17 at https://crtpa.org/contact-us/ and noting your desire to provide comments via video in the “Email Us” portion of the page along with the agenda item or issue your wish to discuss. You will be contacted by CRTPA staff and provided with a link to virtually access the meeting and provide your comment during the meeting. Speakers are requested to limit their comments to three (3) minutes.

The public is invited to view the meeting’s live broadcast on https://www.talgov.com/cotnews/wcot.aspx or Comcast Channel 13 (WCOT-13).  

  1. Call To Order and Roll Call
  2. Agenda Modifications
  3. Public Comment on Unagendaed Items

    This portion of the agenda is provided to allow for public input on general CRTPA issues that are not included on the meeting’s agenda. Speakers are requested to limit their comments to three (3) minutes.  See the above for ways to provide public comment at this meeting.

  4. Consent Agenda
    1. Minutes of the May 17 CRTPA MeetingAgenda Item
    2. Audit Contract ExtensionAgenda Item
    3. FY 2022 - FY 2026 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Amendment and FY 2023 – FY 2027 TIP AmendmentAgenda Item
    4. Executive Director's TimesheetsAgenda Item
    5. Fiscal Years 2023 – 2024 Unified Planning Work Program ModificationAgenda Item
    6. Updated CRTPA Fiscal Policies and ProceduresAgenda Item
  5. Consent Items Pulled For Discussion
  6. Roll Call Vote Agenda Items
    1. FY 2023 – FY 2027 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) AmendmentAgenda Item

      The CRTPA FY 2023 – FY 2027 TIP is proposed to be amended to reflect the following projects:

      • 451044-2 SR 10 (US 90) From Leon County Line To East of MLK Avenue (Jefferson County) – Add PD&E Funding
      • 450513-2 Big Bend Transit – Federal Section 5311 CRRSAA Funding- Operating (Gadsden County) – Add Operating Funding
      • 451243-1 City of Tallahassee- StarMetro – Federal Sect 5311 CRRSAA Funding – Operating (Leon County) – Add Operating Funding
      • 439383-1 CR 268 High Bridge Rd Over Little River Bridge (Gadsden County) – Add new project
      • 441188-1 Hanna Mill Pond Road Over Hanna Pond Bridge (Gadsden County) – Add new project
      • 403931-3 SR 57 (US 19) FL GA Pkway From CR 57A to Martin Rd (Jefferson County) – Delete design funding


  7. CRTPA Action
    1. SIS Cost Feasible Plan UpdateAgenda Item

      The Florida Department of Transportation will provide an update on the Strategic Intermodal System (SIS) Cost Feasible Plan.

    2. CRTPA Fiscal Year (FY) 2021 Financial StatementsAgenda Item

      A presentation on the findings of the annual audit of the CRTPA will be provided.

    3. Congestion Management Process (CMP) UpdateAgenda Item

      An update will be provided on the recently initiated CRTPA’s Congestion Management Process Update.

    4. CRTPA Travel PolicyAgenda Item

      A resolution adopting the U.S. General Services Administration per diem rates for meals, incidental expenses and mileage, and the CRTPA process travel in accordance with the City of Tallahassee Travel Policy has been developed for CRTPA adoption.

    5. CRTPA Fiscal Year (FY) 2023 BudgetAgenda Item

      The CRTPA’s budget for Fiscal Year 2023 has been developed for discussion and approval.  This discussion will include the proportional share payments.

    6. Fiscal Year 2023 – 2024 Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP) AmendmentAgenda Item

      This item seeks approval of an amendment to the FY 2023- 2024 UPWP to add the Safe Streets For All (SS4A) Safety Action Plan project and associated budget in FY 2023.

  8. Florida Department Of Transportation Report
  9. Executive Director’s Report

    A status report on CRTPA activities including an update on the R. Frank Nims Middle School pedestrian safety project will be provided.

  10. Information
    1. Future Meeting DatesAgenda Item
    2. Committee Actions (Citizen’s Multimodal Advisory Committee & Technical Advisory Committee)Agenda Item
    3. CorrespondenceAgenda Item
  11. Items From CRTPA Board Members

    This portion of the agenda is provided to allow members an opportunity to discuss and request action on items and issues relevant to the CRTPA, as appropriate.

  12. Adjournment
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