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MPO Regional Coordination and Best Practices Research Project

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Next Study Management Team (SMT) Meeting: October 5, 2018, 9am, at 4350 W. Cypress St., Tampa FL 33607
October 5, 2018 Meeting Packet
- October 5, 2018, Agenda Only
- October 5, 2018, Presentation to SMT

August 27 Regional Transportation Leadership Workshop
- Workshop #2 Real Time Record Results
Guiding Questions Presented to Participants
Presentation by Erich Zimmermann, National Association of Regional Councils

Announcements
►August 27 RT Workshop Flier

Technical Documents
Technical Memorandum: Collaborative Labs Workshop One Results Summary
Technical Memorandum 1: Context + Directions
Technical Memorandum 1: Appendix
Technical Memorandum 2.1: Peer MPO Selection
►Technical Memorandum 2.2: Peer MPO Study (Updated June 20)

Project
Schedule
Real Time Record Results from May 12, 2017, Collaborative Workshop

Background: The MPO Regional Coordination and Best Practices Research study will look realistically and comprehensively at the ways regional coordination are conducted across the Tampa Bay region (defined as Hernando, Citrus, Pasco, Pinellas, Hillsborough, Sarasota, Manatee, and Polk Counties). The study builds on the May 2017 Collaborative Labs workshop on regional transportation planning that was sponsored by the Hillsborough, Pinellas and Pasco MPOs. Specific objectives include:

  • Clearly define what successful regional coordination means for Tampa Bay;
  • Identify the barriers to its execution through available empirical evidence;
  • Develop several implementable scenarios based on an examination of nation-wide best practices for regional transportation planning, and;
  • Build consensus around a singular, preferred framework for improving regional coordination and responsibility in Tampa Bay, with effective mechanisms for providing consistent, relevant information to elected officials as well as the public.

Options identified through research will include: merger of the MPOs in Hillsborough, Pinellas and Pasco into a single MPO; and a no-build option.

The project is expected to be completed by December 2018.

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