2045 Long Range Transportation Plan

Live, work, play, or go to school in Hillsborough County? We need your input in this important survey! Every voice matters. PLEASE take and share this survey through 07.28.19! Participants who complete the survey and leave a valid email address are eligible for drawings for pairs of tickets to local professional baseball, football, and hockey tickets! Drawings will be held during the 08.06.19 Hillsborough MPO Board Meeting (9AM,  26th floor, County Center, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd.) for pairs of tickets to the following:

Courtesy of Beasley Media Group:

  1. A pair of tickets to Buccaneers vs Cleveland Browns in the Beasley Hospitality Suite | Friday | 08.29.19 | 7:30p
  2. A pair of tickets to Tampa Bay Rays vs Toronto Blue Jays | Thursday | 09.05.19 | 7:10p
  3. A pair of tickets to Tampa Bay Rays vs Toronto Blue Jays | Thursday | 09.05.19 | 7:10p
  4. A pair of tickets to Tampa Bay Rays vs Toronto Blue Jays | Friday | 09.06.19 | 7:10p
  5. A pair of tickets to Tampa Bay Rays vs Toronto Blue Jays | Friday | 09.06.19 | 7:10p

Courtesy of News Radio WFLA:

  1. A pair of tickets to Tampa Bay Rays vs Baltimore Orioles | Tuesday | 09.03.19 | 7:10p
  2. A pair of tickets to Tampa Bay Rays vs Baltimore Orioles | Tuesday | 09.03.19 | 7:10p
  3. A pair of tickets to Tampa Bay Rays vs Baltimore Orioles | Tuesday | 09.03.19 | 7:10p
  4. A pair of tickets to Buccaneers vs Arizona Cardinals | Sunday | 11.10.19 | 1:00p
  5. A pair of tickets to Tampa Bay Lightning | Game TBD (coming soon) in the 2019/20 season

The prize drawings will be conducted using numbers representing all entries that provide a valid, unique email address. The first ten names drawn will be contacted simultaneously on 08.06.19 via the email address provided. Each will have 5 business days to respond to the email to claim their prize. If the email address is no longer valid, or if no response is received after 5 business days, an alternate email address will be contacted.

Choice of the prizes will be awarded on a first-come, first-served basis. The first person to respond to their email notification will have their choice of all ten available prizes… The second will have their choice of nine available prizes… And so on, until all ten prizes have been awarded.

Employees of Plan Hillsborough and It’s TIME Hillsborough consultants and marketing partners and members of their households are not eligible for prize drawings. Completion of the survey is not required. To participate in the prize drawings, please email your name, home address and phone number to Sharon Snyder at snyders@plancom.org. Entries must be received no later than 07.28.19. Thank you to the Beasley Media Group, LLC and News Radio WFLA for their donations and hospitality contributions.

What is It’s TIME Hillsborough? This June 2019, the Hillsborough Metropolitan Planning Organization kicks off the next phase of its public engagement campaign, collecting input on specific types of projects Hillsborough citizens want to see in the 2045 Long Range Transportation Plan.

  • Book an It’s TIME Hillsborough presentation now
    We are scheduling presentations now for community groups and neighborhood associations meeting in June and July. May we schedule you?
  • Take the survey for Hillsborough citizens in June 1 – July 28
    Contact us, we’ll send you a direct link, along with information to share with your colleagues, friends and neighbors. You’ll have an opportunity to respond online and at community meetings.
  • Be involved  Please contact Project Manager, Lisa Silva, AICP. PLA, silval@plancom.org
  • Alternate formats:  The survey is available in a large print survey (companion PowerPoint) or Spanish language version, and other formats are available on request.  If you would like to complete the survey by phone or request another format, please contact Wanda West at 813-273-3774 extension 331.
  • Limited time!  Surveys must be completed online or sent to us  by July 28, 2019.  Send hard-copy surveys  by email to silval@plancom.org or by mail to:
      • Hillsborough MPO
      • PO Box 1110
      • Tampa, FL 33601-1110

What is a Long-Range Transportation Plan (LRTP)? The Long Range Transportation Plan directs federal and state dollars towards transportation investments we value in our community. It looks out at least 20 years and must be updated every five years. The LRTP will be adopted in November 2019.

What’s in the current Imagine 2040 LRTP? The 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) is a multi-modal plan full of choices that reflect and support the way we want to live and travel.

What is the Tri-County Regional Plan? It’s TIME Tampa Bay was a collaboration with a public engagement survey conducted in August and September of 2018. This is the first time we have done this as a tri-county initiative. With the input of nearly 10K citizens, Hillsborough, Pasco, and Pinellas will jointly put forward a 2045 transportation plan to take advantage of federal and state funding. We’re sharing the decision-making process as one metropolitan area, because connections to jobs, universities, healthcare, airports, state parks and the beaches are important to everyone.

Each MPO will continue to do transportation planning for our own individual communities and neighborhoods, in coordination with local city and county land-use planning. In addition to the regional vision that evolved from the It’s TIME Tampa Bay survey, each MPO will also adopt its own countywide long range plan focusing on local transportation investments guided in part by the regional vision.

We have forecasted the impacts on traffic, job access, greenspace, and other factors. See the regional survey results. Tri-County, MetroQuest Summary of Comments_12052018 , Its Time Survey Results and Recommendations PowerPoint-

Tri-County Vision Summary

Besides public input, what else is considered when updating the LRTP?

2045 Long Range Growth Forecasts (Socioeconomic Data): The Hillsborough County Planning Commission and Metropolitan Planning Organization both require population, employment and other demographic and scenario-based projection data to the year 2045 to facilitate their state and federally mandated work efforts. In addition to supporting the Tampa Bay Regional Planning Model development, the data also supports the missions of other agencies including the Hillsborough County School Board, HART, Fire/EMS, Parks and Recreation, and Utilities.

State of the System Report: Federal rules now require performance measures as a check and balance that proposed transportation plans and projects are helping to reach goals established by the community. The Hillsborough MPO has documented the performance of the transportation system for a number of challenging goals, even going beyond those identified nationally. The performance areas include: State of Good Repair & Resilience,Vision Zero, Smart Cities, Real choices When Not Driving, and Major Projects.  

LRTP Funding Technical Memorandum: The 2045 Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) includes revenue projections from existing federal, state, and county sources as well as potential revenue sources. This technical memorandum describes the revenue sources that are reasonably expected to be available for use in developing the 2045 Cost Feasible Plan. Additional details are available in subsections of this report.

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