About The CRTPA

Who We Are

The Capital Region Transportation Planning Agency (CRTPA) is the region’s metropolitan planning organization (MPO). As such, the CRTPA is responsible for coordinating transportation planning within Florida’s Capital Region. The CRTPA includes all of Gadsden, Jefferson, Leon and Wakulla counties. Learn more about the CRTPA Board by visiting the CRTPA Board page. Two advisory committees serve the CRTPA Board (Citizens Multimodal and Technical). Information regarding each of the committees can be found by visiting the Committees page.

Our Mission Statement

“The mission of the CRTPA is to act as the principal forum for collective transportation policy discussions that results in the development of a long range transportation plan which creates an integrated regional multimodal transportation network that supports sustainable development patterns and promotes economic growth.”

Vision Statement

“Create an integrated regional multimodal transportation network that provides the most options for moving people and goods economically, effectively and safely while protecting the environment, promoting economic development and maintaining a high quality of life with sustainable development patterns.”

Our Board

The CRTPA Board is comprised of representatives from Gadsden, Jefferson, Leon and Wakulla counties.


The CRTPA’s committees are the Citizens Multimodal Advisory Committee and Technical Advisory Committee.


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