Frequently Asked Questions
- Can I attend the board and/or committee meetings?
- Where can I access a copy of the current roster, agenda, or minutes?
- How can I become involved?
- How is the Polk TPO funded?
- Is the Polk TPO involved with other TPO/MPO's across Florida?
- What is a TPO/MPO?
- What does the Polk TPO do?
- Who serves on the Polk TPO board of directors
- Where can I obtain a copy of transportation plans?
- What type of information is available on the Roadway Network Database?
Yes, the public is invited to attend all board and/or committee meetings. For a listing of upcoming meetings, check out our events calendar.
Check out our Boards & Committees. Find the board or committee that you would like to obtain more information from then select the roster/agenda/minutes from that respective board or committee.
It’s easy. Visit our Boards & Committees for information on each of our committees and when they meet. To become involved in Polk TPO’s Citizens Advisory Committee, contact Curtis Knowles, at (863) 534-7601.
Our funding partners include: Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), Federal Transit Administration (FTA), Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), and Polk County.
Yes, the Polk TPO is part of the West Central Florida MPO Chair’s Coordinating Committee (CCC) and the Central Florida MPO Alliance.
The Polk TPO, or Transportation Planning Organization, is a local organization created by federal legislation to increase local governments’ input regarding where and how transportation dollars will be spent.
The Polk TPO provides the forum for local elected officials and transportation experts to work together to improve mobility for Polk County residents, businesses and visitors.
Local elected officials from Polk County, local jurisdictions in the region and representatives from the region’s transportation operating agencies.
More information about transportation plans can be found under Long Range Plans.
The Roadway Network Database provides travel conditions, Annual Average Daily Traffic and Peak Hour traffic on major state, county and city roads to citizens, local governments and private industries