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The Polk TPO believes that transportation systems should
not only be safe and efficient, but also represent their
unique, diverse and vibrant community. As such, the Polk
TPO does not tolerate discrimination in any form in its
programs, service or activities. Moreover, the Polk TPO
is committed to not only considering the transportation
needs of everyone in Polk County, but also to conducting
substantial outreach to ensure broad input from the
community. In accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights
Act of 1964 and other federal and state nondiscrimination
authorities, the Polk TPO does not and will never deny
the benefits of, exclude from participation or subject to
discrimination anyone on the basis of race, color, national
origin, sex, age, disability, relation, or family status.
The Polk Transportation Planning Organization has adopted a target of zero traffic fatalities on Polk County roads by the year 2040.
Courtesy of the Washington Traffic Safety Commission
Pedestrian and bicycle safety is an area of focus for the Polk TPO. There were 194 fatalities resulting from pedestrian and bicycle crashes between 2006 – 2016.
(Through May - 41% of year)
Data Source: Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), Local Media
The Polk Transportation Planning Organization (TPO) is the lead transportation for Polk county. The Polk TPO does not discriminate on the basis of race, color or national origin in the administration of programs, activities or services. Learn more about the TPO's Non Discrimination Policy.
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