The North Florida region is growing and by the year 2045 we will have over two million residents. How should we invest in transportation for the future?
The North Florida Transportation Planning Organization (North Florida TPO) is developing Path Forward 2045 that will identify programs and projects to meet the mobility needs of the region’s residents through 2045. As part of the public engagement process citizens are asked to complete a brief on-line survey on several issues that will affect the plan’s development. This feedback will help determine how mobility needs are met and will be incorporated into the final plan. The survey is open through November 30.
Every five years, the TPO revises the area’s transportation plan which has a 20-25 year time horizon and addresses roads, transit, freight, bike, pedestrian and new transportation technology.
“It is our goal to have as many North Florida residents as possible participate,” said North Florida TPO Executive Director Jeff Sheffield. “Our community’s input and support will have a significant impact on transportation planning in our region,” he added.
As thanks for participation, names of those completing the survey will be entered into a drawing for a GRAND PRIZE – Microsoft Surface tablet or one of 25 $100 Visa gift cards.
To access the survey link: www.PATHFORWARD2045.com. The password is Survey.
The North Florida TPO is the independent regional transportation planning agency for Clay, Duval, Nassau and St. Johns counties. The agency leads our region's efforts in planning, funding and mobilizing resources to develop and maintain our transportation system. The TPO is governed by a 15-member board of elected officials and transportation agency representatives. Learn more at www.northfloridatpo.com.
Contact: Marci Larson, Public Affairs Manager