PUBLIC MEETINGS: Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), Project Priority Lists (PPLs), and Connections 2045 RMP Amendment

PUBLIC MEETINGS
Wednesday, June 2, 2021 (3 P.M to 4 P.M) in Monticello
IN-PERSON

Thursday, June 3, 2021 (3 P.M. to 4 P.M.) in Tallahassee
IN-PERSON AND VIRTUAL

TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FISCAL YEARS 2022-2026
PRIORITY PROJECT LISTS (PPLs) FISCAL YEARS 2023 – 2027
CONNECTIONS 2045 REGIONAL MOBILITY PLAN AMENDMENT

The CRTPA has scheduled public meetings to present the agency’s Draft Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Fiscal Years (FYs) 2022 – 2026, Draft Transportation Project Priority Lists (PPLs) FYs 2023 – 2027, and the Connections 2045 Regional Mobility Plan Amendment.   The meetings will provide the public the opportunity to learn about the transportation projects in the CRTPA region that have received funding, as well as the agency’s proposed transportation project priorities. Additionally, the CRTPA is seeking input from the community on amending the Connections 2045 Regional Mobility Plan to include transit projects within the Cost Feasible Plan. Click here to view the proposed amendment.

The CRTPA’s TIP provides a comprehensive listing of federal and state funded transportation projects that are located within the CRTPA region. All modes of transportation are included in the TIP. The Florida Department of Transportation’s Work Program is used to produce the CRTPA’s five-year TIP.  Click here to view the Interactive TIP that allows you provide comments.  To view the draft TIP document,  please click here.

The Transportation Project Priority Lists provide funding guidance to the FDOT as that agency develops next year’s Work Program (funded projects will be included in next year’s adopted CRTPA Transportation Improvement Program).  The PPLs identify airport, bicycle, intersection, pedestrian, roadway, intelligent transportation systems, and transit projects in priority order.  Specifically, the following PPLs are scheduled for adoption:

  • RMP Roadway PPL  identifies roadway projects (Project source: CRTPA 2045 Regional Mobility Plan).
  • RMP Bicycle and Pedestrian PPL identifies bike & pedestrian projects (Project source: CRTPA 2045 RMP).
  • Regional Trails PPL identifies regional trail projects (Project source: CRTPA 2045 RMP and Florida Office of Greenways and Trails).
  • Transportation Systems Management & Safety PPL identifies low cost improvements to the existing transportation system that maybe constructed in less than two years.
  • ITS PPL identifies improvements to the traffic management system leveraging technology to address transportation challenges and traffic congestion. (Project source: ITS Master Plan)
  • StarMetro PPL provides a listing of transit projects, developed by StarMetro, reflecting projects consistent with StarMetro’s adopted Transit Development Plan (TDP) (Project source: StarMetro’s Transit Development Plan).
  • Tallahassee International Airport PPL identifies Tallahassee international Airport projects (Project source: Airport Master Plan) 

JUNE 2 (3 pm to 4 pm) IN-PERSON PUBLIC MEETING (MONTICELLO)
Location: Jefferson County Courthouse Annex, Commission Chambers, 435 West Walnut Street, Monticello
The meeting will provide the public the opportunity to learn about the projects in the region that have received funding in the next five years (as identified in the Draft TIP) as well as the agency’s proposed project priorities for which funding is being sought (Draft PPLs).  Additionally, a proposed amendment to the CRTPA’s 2045 Regional Mobility Plan will also be discussed.

JUNE 3 (3 pm to 4 pm) IN-PERSON & VIRTUAL PUBLIC MEETING (TALLAHASSEE)
Location: Tallahassee City Hall, Commission Chambers, 300 S. Adams Street, Tallahassee
The meeting will provide the public the opportunity to learn about the projects in the region that have received funding in the next five years (as identified in the Draft TIP) as well as the agency’s proposed project priorities for which funding is being sought (Draft PPLs). Additionally, a proposed amendment to the CRTPA’s 2045 Regional Mobility Plan will also be discussed. NOTE: This meeting will also have allow attendees to attend virtually (click here for the meeting link).

The TIP and PPLs are scheduled to be adopted at the June 15, 2021, CRTPA meeting subsequent to a public hearing for the RMP Amendment scheduled to begin at 1:30 P.M.

Comments regarding the TIP, PPLs, and RMP Amendment may be provided at both meetings as well as the through the following manner: written comments may be mailed to: CRTPA, 300 S. Adams Street A-19, Tallahassee, FL 32301 or emailed to suzanne.lex@crtpa.org  Comments may also be provided electronically on this site (via Comments).   Additionally, comments may be provided in person at the June 15, 2021 CRTPA meeting.

Public participation is solicited without regard to race, color, national origin, age, sex, religion, disability, income or family status. Persons who require special accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act or persons who need translation services (free of charge) should contact  Suzanne Lex, CRTPA Title VI Coordinator, at 850-891-8627 or by email at Suzanne.Lex@crtpa.org.

Si necesita asistencia en Español, por favor pongase en contacto con nosotros.

The meeting and this notice satisfy StarMetro’s Program-of-Projects requirements of the Section 5307 Urbanized Area Formula Program Grant as administered by the Federal Transit Administration.

Questions? Please contact Suzanne Lex at 891-8627.

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