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Polk Transportation and Planning Organization

Your Opinion Matters!

The Polk Transportation Planning Organization is seeking your input on proposed projects for our upcoming Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). As valued members of our community, we would like to hear your ideas and opinions on how we can improve transportation in our county. 

We invite you to participate in the public comment period and share your thoughts on the proposed projects by visiting our interactive map viewer at

The comment period will be open until June 8th, 2023. We encourage you to take this opportunity to have a say in the future of transportation in Polk County and to help shape our transportation improvement efforts.

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Check out our 2022 Year in Review!

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Target Zero

The Polk Transportation Planning Organization has adopted a target of zero traffic fatalities on Polk County roads by the year 2040.

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Pedestrian and Bicycle Fatalities

Pedestrian and bicycle safety is an area of focus for the Polk TPO. There were 262 fatalities resulting from pedestrian and bicycle crashes between 2011 – 2021.

Bar chart demonstrating the annual pedestrian and cyclist crashes on Polk roadways.

TPO Safety Initiatives

Bicycle Safety Action Plan
Pedestrian Safety Action Plan


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No safety, know injury.

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About Us

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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