Who Are the MPO Board & Committees?

The Hillsborough Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) is a transportation policy-making board mandated by federal and state law. The MPO is directly responsible for making sure federal and state dollars spent on existing and future transportation projects and programs are based on a continuing, cooperative and comprehensive transportation planning process. Committed to meaningful public engagement throughout this process, the MPO is responsible for establishing priorities to meet short-term (next 5 years) and long-term (20+ years) multi-modal transportation needs for Tampa, Temple Terrace, Plant City and unincorporated Hillsborough County.

The MPO board and committees are guided by a set of by-laws and certified by the federal government every four years.

For more information on who the MPO is and what it does, see the Joy of Looking Ahead to 2035 – Citizen’s Guide to Transportation Planning, or view FDOT’s Citizens Transportation Academy video on metropolitan planning with Hillsborough MPO Director Beth Alden.

Apply to become a member of an MPO Advisory Committee.

View current presentations being shown to the MPO board & committees.

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