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CommissionerLesley “Les” Miller, Jr.Hillsborough CountyMPO ChairmanCouncilman Harry CohenCity of TampaMPO Vice ChairmanPaul AndersonTampa Port AuthorityCommissionerKevin BecknerHillsborough CountyMeeting of the School Transportation Working GroupWednesday, April 26, 2017, 2:00 PM26th Floor, Conference Rooms A & BI.Call to OrderII.Public Comment - 3 minutes per speaker, pleaseA. Approval of STWG #10 March 29, 2017 Meeting Summary (to beWallace BowersHARTMayor Frank ChilluraTemple Terraceprovided at meeting)III.A. Hillsborough County BOCC Work Program-School Related TransportationTrent GreenPlanning CommissionProjects (County Public Works Staff)Commissioner Ken HaganHillsborough CountyB. Long Range School Planning Study (Lorraine Duffy-Suarez, SDHC Staff)Joe LopanoHillsborough CountyAviation AuthorityC. School Safety Education Program (Krista Nalls, St. Joseph’s Children’sMayor Rick A LottCity of Plant CityCouncilmanGuido ManiscalcoCity of TampaHospital) and (Carlene Lamester or Karen Buckenheimer, More Health)IV.18th floor (Lisa Silva, MPO Staff)B. HCSD Updates: Legislation, Boundary changes & Bell Times Changes,CommissionerSandra MurmanHillsborough CountySchool Transportation Resource Fairs Results, Hazardous Walking NextCindy StuartHillsborough CountySchool BoardSteps (HCSD staff/Cindy Stuart)C. FHWA Certification suggested TRAC and Rides Program-Who is the HCSDJoseph WaggonerExpressway AuthorityBeth Alden, AICPExecutive DirectorShare Success Stories, Updates and Results (Cindy Stuart, Chair)A. School Map Meeting Data Team-PLEASE ATTEND-May 4, 2017, 10 AM-CouncilwomanLisa MontelioneCity of TampaCommissionerStacy R. WhiteHillsborough CountyStatus Reportscontact for this? (Lisa Silva, MPO Staff)V.Old Business & New BusinessA. MPO Reginal Coordination Structure Research and Best Practices Study(Beth Alden, MPO Director) Regional Transportation Planning Best PracticesStudy Kick-off Workshop, May 12th, 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m., St. Pete College,ClearwaterB. Sidewalk Stomper Field Trip Results-April 12th, 2017C. Hillsborough HS/Memorial MS Road Safety Audit field visit April 12, 2017FDOT Presentation of findings in June (Alex Henry, FDOT)Plan g813 - 272 - 5940601 E Kennedy Blvd18th FloorTampa, FL, 33602

D. Annual planning coordination meeting of the respective Interlocal Agreementsfor School Facilities Planning, Siting and Concurrency-May 25, 2017-9AMROSAC 901 E. Kennedy Blvd, 2nd floor (Lorraine Duffy Suarez, HCSD Staff)E. MPO Policy Committee inquiry on Charter Schools LDC Regulations-Summer2017 (Lisa Silva, MPO Staff)F. STWG Next meeting: May 24, 2107, 2PM, 26th Floori. Upcoming topics: BikeSmart presentation, Annual update to School FiveYear Facilities Work Plan, School Heat Map display?, Back to SchoolFairs, Follow up on Crossing Guards program studies, Transit projects,FDOT Projects: Busch Blvd and Hillsborough Ave studies near schools,Roundabouts, FL School Zone Law revisionsVI.AdjournmentVII.AddendumA. MPO Meeting Summary & Committee ReportThe full agenda packet is available on the MPO’s website, www.planhillsborough.org, or bycalling (813) 272-5940.The MPO does not discriminate in any of its programs or services. Public participation is solicitedwithout regard to race, color, national origin, age, sex, religion, disability or family status. Learnmore about our commitment to non-discriminationPersons needing interpreter services or accommodations for a disability in order to participate inthis meeting, free of charge, are encouraged to contact Michele Ogilvie, 813-273-3774 x317 orogilviem@plancom.org, three business days in advance of the meeting. Also, if you are only ableto speak Spanish, please call the Spanish help line at (813) 273-3774, ext. 211.Si necesita servicios de traducción, el MPO ofrece por gratis. Para registrarse por estos servicios,por favor llame a Michele Ogilvie directamente al (813) 273-3774, ext. 317 con tres días antes, oogilviem@plancom.org de cerro electronico. También, si sólo se puede hablar en español, porfavor llame a la línea de ayuda en español al (813) 273-3774, ext. 211.In accordance with Title 17 U.S.C. Section 107, materials attached are for research andeducational purposes, and are distributed without profit to MPO Board members, MPO staff, orrelated committees or subcommittees the MPO supports. The MPO has no affiliation whatsoeverwith the originator of attached articles nor is the MPO endorsed or sponsored by the originator.Persons wishing to use copyrighted material for purposes of their own that go beyond ‘fair use’must first obtain permission from the copyright owner.

Board & Committee Agenda ItemAgenda ItemLong Range School Planning StudyPresentersLorraine Duffy-Suarez, HCSD Growth Management and PlanningSummaryIn September 2016, the School District contracted with Tindale Oliver to undertake a LongRange School Planning Study. The goal of the study is to provide the School Board withdata about our future needs and a related business plan. On Tuesday, April 18th, 2017 theSchool Board will held a workshop where Tindale Oliver shared the results of the studybefore they issue the final report in coming weeks. There is draft information available onthe school’[s web site. Each of our local governments will find the information valuable andthe findings in the study will be included in the discussion at the annual planning coordinationmeeting. More information /SupportMaterialsList.asp?AICS ID 834Recommended ActionNonePrepared ByLisa Silva, AICP, PLA, MPO staffAttachmentsNonePlan g813 - 272 - 5940601 E Kennedy Blvd18th floorTampa, FL, 33602

Board & Committee Agenda ItemAgenda ItemSchool Safety Programs OverviewPresentersKristi Nalls, St. Joseph’s Safe Routes to School Coordinator and Carlene Lemaster, MoreHealth Operations ManagerSummarySt. Joseph’s Children’s Wellness and Safety CenterThe Bike and Pedestrian Safety Programs implemented by St. Joseph’s Children’s Wellnessand Safety Center (SJCWSC) are provided by a Safe Routes to School grant from FDOT.The programs are offered to elementary and middle school physical education classes inHillsborough County and meet the new Next Generation Sunshine State Standards.Elementary School Programs:Bike/Ped Safety Tool Kit- The Tool Kit provides equipment and lesson plans for K-5thgraders and can be checked out and delivered from the HCPS warehouse to be used by thePE teacher for a week. A SJCWSC staff will provide set-up and classroom assistance onthe Monday morning of the reserved week.Walking School Bus Training- SJCWSC staff provide training for those adults interested inbeginning a Walking School Bus program at their school.Plan g813 - 272 - 5940601 E Kennedy Blvd18th floorTampa, FL, 33602Middle School Programs:Pre Driver’s Ed Bicycle Clinic Tool Kit- The Tool Kit provides equipment and bikes, stored ina trailer housed at the HCPS warehouse and can be delivered to the school for thescheduled week. A SJCWSC staff will assist the PE teacher during the on-bike days of theprogram. The goal is to teach students traffic and helmet laws, teach ways to be visible andpredictable and develop and practice on-bike handling skills.Pre Driver’s Ed Presentation- This assembly-style, interactive power point presentation bySJCH staff is implemented during the PE period inside of the gym. It highlights common

bike/ped safety issues often ignored by middle school students. Humorous and seriousvideos convey important messages, questions are asked with students responding by using“clickers” and competitive activities emphasize the effects of a concussion.If interested in having the programs come to your school, please contact,Kristi Nalls, Safe Routes to School CoordinatorSt. Joseph’s Children’s Wellness and Safety Centerkristi.nalls@baycare.orgTelephone: sMore HealthMORE HEALTH, Inc., a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization, trains instructors to deliverinteractive, exciting health education lessons to students, at no charge to school districts,through funding from local businesses, foundations, and state and federal grants.All MORE HEALTH lessons are matched to the Florida State and National HealthStandards. Each presentation has pre and post activities including books, videos, andvocabulary words. Additionally there are suggested activities the classroom teacher can useto enhance the safety message.The Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety 1, Safe Walkers and Safe Wheels Lesson taught to firstgrade uses an 8'x8' Safe Streets mat to help students learn how to cross the street, drivewaysafety, walking without a sidewalk, and school bus safety.The Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety 2, Rules of the Road Lesson taught to fourth grade openswith a challenging Street Smarts Jeopardy game.Schools interested in scheduling the MORE HEALTH Pedestrian and Bicycle SafetyLessons,Contact: Carlene Lemaster, More Health Operations Managerhttp://www.saferoutesinfo.org/ (813) 288-0378Recommended ActionNonePrepared ByLisa Silva, AICP, PLA, MPO staffAttachmentsNone

& Secondary Learning-ScienceSuSUMMER PHYSICSAND 17 TRAC SUMMERWORKSHOPJUNE 19TH AND 20THThe Applied Learning Department and Broward MetropolitanPlanning Organization (Broward MPO) would like to invite all STEM(physical science, physics, engineering and STEM)teachers/coordinators to join us for an amazing, hands-onworkshop this summer. Each module incorporates the physicsinvolved in transportation planning. Participating schools willchoose a module to receive and use at their schools! Follow-up andteacher feedback must be completed to receive the module. Moreinformation about TRAC & RIDESMOTION ANDTRANSPORTATIONENGINEERINGMODULE!AND MORE!!BROWARD MPO100 West Cypress CreekRoad6th Floor Suite 650Ft. Lauderdale 33309Visit BrowardMPO.orgJune 19, 2017June 20, 2017

Although the TRAC PAC is a self-contained laboratory whichincludes its own ideas, participation in TRAC does not requirethe teacher to set aside the prescribed curriculum to “doTRAC .” Instead, teachers use TRAC when they wish and asthey wish to illustrate concepts that their curriculum requiresthem to address.VOLUNTEERS AS GUIDESVolunteers are usually engineers from state departmentsof transportation, though they could be persons from othertransportation related fields. Their typical role is to be amentor to the students and to assist the teacher in presentingthe TRAC material. Then, for as long as the TRAC PACremains in the school, volunteers remain on call to providetechnical assistance and to answer students’ college andcareer questions.The volunteers serve as role models; in some inner-city highschools, they may be the first engineers the students haveever met.REGIONAL CENTERSPUT PROGRAM ON TRACKEach participating state sets up a Regional Center toadminister TRAC . In most states, the Center is headquarteredand led by the Department of Transportation or highwayadministration. Most DOTs work in close cooperation withother government organizations, universities, nonprofitorganizations, and private industry.Each Regional Center is responsible for placing the programin schools, recruiting and training mentor teams, andmaintaining and updating the TRAC PAC kits. Most statesplace the TRAC PAC in ten high schools the first year,leaving it there throughout the year on a permanent or semipermanent loan basis, and expand the program to additionalschools each succeeding year.TRAC is the hands-on programthat lets students use mathand science to solve real-worldproblems in transportationand civil engineering.IntroducingAASHTO TRAC Rides Program Headquarters444 North Capitol Street, N.W.Suite 249Washington, DC 20001Linda CliftonTRAC ManagerPhone: 662-416-1632lclifton@aashto.orgTequamech TadesseTRAC CoordinatorPhone: 202-624-3624ttadesse@aashto.orgTRAC “The ride ofa lifetime”TRAC is a hands-on education programdesigned for use in science, math, andsocial science classes. By engagingstudents in solving real-world problemssuch as magnetic-levitation trainTRAC is a program of the AmericanAssociation of State Highway andTransportation Officials.transportation, TRAC connects studentsto the work world of transportation andinspires them to consider careers inwww.trac.nettransportation and civil engineering.

HOW TRAC WORKSTRAC sends teams of engineers into middle schools and highschools with a self-contained mobile laboratory known as“TRAC PAC.” The most recent version, TRAC PAC 2, consistsof eight separate education modules. Each module covers aspecific topic—such as environmental engineering or bridgedesign—and contains all the materials needed to run avariety of experiments.TRAC stands for TRAnsportation and Civil engineering. Theacronym also applies to the TRAC PAC mobile laboratory,which is a Transportation Research Activities Center.THE CHALLENGEThe transportation field is changing rapidly. Not so long ago,most transportation professionals were civil engineers; inthe near future, with the advent of Intelligent TransportationSystems (ITS) and other new technologies, transportationwill need to attract large numbers of computer systemsengineers, telecommunications people, environmentalists,technologists from a wide number of disciplines, andothers. Civil engineering will remain a core discipline. Thetransportation industry recognizes the need to recruit the bestand the brightest young people, male and female, from everybackground and ethnic group.Although there are no national statistics on the currentmakeup of the transportation labor force, statistics on the civilengineering field provide a good index to the transportationfield. The Bureau of Labor Statistics says that, in 2001, of thetotal 297,000 civil engineers in the nation, 10.2 percent werewomen, 6.0 percent were African American, and 1.9 percentwere Hispanic. By comparison, the national labor pool duringthe same year included 46.9 percent women, 11.3 percentAfrican Americans, and 10.9 percent Hispanics.TRAC targets women, African Americans, Hispanics, andAmerican Indians by going into high schools with largepopulations of these groups. The program is available withoutregard to gender or ethnicity.THE TRAC PACAt the heart of the program is TRAC PAC 2; eight selfcontained education modules featuring professionallydeveloped curricula that meet national standards of learning.Each module contains the equipment, software, and suppliesneeded to perform hands-on activities related to: Bridge Design,City Planning,Design and Construction,Environmental Engineering,Highway Safety,Magnetic Levitation,Motion, andTraffic Technology.The units have been designed to be presented with little tono teacher or volunteer training. Included in each moduleis a teacher reference guide, a volunteer guidebook, and aQuickTime movie showing how each activity works. Themodules have up to five activities, allowing teachers to tailorthe lessons to their needs. The modular design of TRAC PAC2 also allows for greater flexibility when placing the TRAC Program in schools. Teachers can request only those unitsrelevant to their lesson plans.STUDENTS AS INVESTIGATORSce trunk.hunt through their resourTeachers enjoy a scavengerAll TRAC activities are structure to allow students to teachthemselves what they need to know in order to solve theTeachers enjoy a scavengerhunt through their resource trunk.problems. The students are given inspiration, guidance,and the proper tools, and they work in teams, just astransportation professionals and engineers routinely do.Instead of sitting passively while listening to lectures,students become explorers and investigators. They can builda magnetic levitation train that actually works, measure theimpact of collisions, even use a computer program to create acity and watch it grow. They seek out and absorb information,formulate new ways of solving problems, and learn thatworking in transportation is fun, exciting, stimulating,challenging, and doable.TEACHERS AS FACILITATORSThe teach acts as facilitator for the students as they explorethe problems presented in the TRAC PAC. The teacher’s fundof knowledge becomes a resource as the students investigateways to approach the problem.TRAC activities are designed around a number of disciplines.Math teachers use the TRAC PAC at every level frombasic algebra to advanced calculus, with activities thatillustrate computer spreadsheets, geometry, graphing data,probabilities distribution, and queuing. Physical scienceclasses address friction, gravity, magnetism, motion, andstructures. Social science teachers explore the environment,urban planning, history, local government, technology’srelationship to society, politics, and government regulations.

he RIDES “trunk” of materials is filledwith a wide variety of items designed tobring math and science textbook concepts tolife.The RIDES curriculum units titledTransportation and Energy, RoadwayGeometry, Humans and Nature, andDesigning Ways take students on multipleadventures learning about transportation inrelation to both math and science concepts.This curricula was designed specifically to:Improve math and science achievement,Provide teachers with lesson plans thatteach core standards with hands-onactivities,oadways Into Developing ElementaryStudents is an AASHTO educationoutreach program designed to interest K-8students in transportation careers whileimproving their math and science skills.Students utilize critical thinking skills to solvereal world problems and learn about careersin the transportation industry especially civilengineering.The curriculum is aligned with the NationalStandards for Math and Science (STEM),21st Century Skills, and Core CurriculumStandards for Math. Teachers attend twodays of high energy training conductedby National Board Certified Teachers. Thismodule contains a curriculum as well as alarge trunk of resources for the teacher to usein the classroom to conduct the activities.Provide interdisciplinary strategies thatincorporate other subjects such as art,Into Developinglanguage arts, technology, and socialstudies into the curriculum,Introduce students to careers in thetransportation industry as early asKindergarten.RIDES: RoadwaysA few quotes from teachers whohave attended RIDES training:“The training was fun and energetic.”ElementaryStudents“I enjoyed the hands-on activities andI am excited about the resources I amtaking back to my classroom.”“The training has given me so manyideas that will motivate my students.”“I loved learning strategiesfor my classroom”Measuring to determinethe rate of change.www.trac.netTeachers enjoy a scavengerce trunk.hunt through their resour

Unit Themes andLesson CollectionsInclude: Classification,Sequencing andGraphing.TRAC & RIDES EducationalOutreach Programswww.trac.net Forms of Energy Laws of Motion Inertia and Safety Seatbelt Safety Railroad Safety Transportation Careersand the Environment Simple Machines,Humans, andTransportation Machines, Humans andTransportation Litter and Pollution Trash to Treasure Roadway Geometry Understanding andUsing Maps Designs inTransportation“Scientists investigate that which already is; Engineers create that which has never been.” —Albert Einstein

Are you Leading by Example?By Carey Shepherd,FHWAThose of us intransportation spend aninordinate amount oftime lamenting thepublic’s disinterest intransportation, oftendescribing our publicinvolvement events with the old joke, ‘they stayedaway in droves.’At the same time, we face other challenges a bitcloser to home. Florida’s youth, particularlyminorities and young women, consistentlyunderperform in science, technology, engineeringand math (STEM) curricula, areas that representthe most lucrative employment potential, andthose most critical to a strong transportationinfrastructure. Further, our commitment to equityand livability, sometimes called EnvironmentalJustice, is impeded when much of our servicepopulation does not understand how funding isallocated for transportation, or the larger impactsof road and bridge projects.Fortunately, the American Association of StateHighway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO), incooperation with Florida Department ofTransportation (FDOT) and Federal HighwayAdministration (FHWA), has a solution. In 2013,FDOT joined the TRAC & Rides program, acomprehensive, transportation focused STEMcurriculum for elementary (Rides) and secondary(TRAC) school students.Using common core aligned modules such asMagnetic Levitation, Bridge Building, Sim City andmany others, students learn the principles ofphysics, algebra, statistics, sociology, geology,geography . . . in short, STEM fundamentals. Plus,the modules include the latest state-of-the-artsoftware, tools used by State TransportationAgencies (STAs) and the industry to plan, design,construct and maintain our nation’s infrastructure.Best of all, the students learn by doing, appliedknowledge that will serve them well in their chosencareers.Whether you are an MIHE, Metropolitan PlanningOrganization (MPO), local agency or industryprofessional, we urge you to promote TRAC &Rides in your community. Modules can besponsored or donated, and we can add yourorganization’s name or logo to the case. Further,modules need not represent a full schoolcurriculum.Students build bridges using Bentley SoftwareThey can serve afterschool programs, summercamps, extracurricular activities, etc.With TRAC & Rides, there is something foreveryone! Students improve STEM scores;universities have a stronger applicant pool; MPOsgain an informed public; and STAs get the best,most diverse industry professionals. TRAC & Rides– Leading by Example.For more information, contact Carey or Tracy at850-553-2206 or carey.shepherd@dot.gov ; or visithttp://mmsd.transportation.org/trac rides/Teachers training on bridge module

MPO Chairs Coordinating Committee& the Tampa Bay Transportation Management AreaLeadership GroupRegional Transportation Planning & CoordinationBest Practices StudyKick-Off Workshop at Collaborative LabsSAVE THE DATEFriday May 12, 2017 10:00 AM – 2:00 PMCollaborative Labs, St. Petersburg College13805 58th Street NorthClearwater, FL 33760Elected Officials, Government Agencies, Transportation Organizations,and Business Leaders of the Tampa Bay Region will review the currentstate-of-the-practice of transportation planning across the eightcounties of West Central Florida. The May 12 collaborative workshopwill then focus on how do we get better results by working together.Defining what successful regional coordination means for Tampa Bay,and identifying barriers to it, will guide the next phase of the study:independent research into national best practices. A secondcollaborative workshop will be held after that research is complete.Please RSVP to: Anthony.Matonti@TBARTA.com

Committee ReportsMeeting of the Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) on February 15, 2017The CAC nominated three individuals to fill at-large seats for representatives ofneighborhoods, business and women, and two are on today’s consent agenda. Thenominee for the third seat withdrew her application after the CAC met.The CAC also: Recommended the MPO approve the George Rd Health Impact Assessment Strongly recommended that FDOT take a leadership role in finding theright transit technology for this region. This is on today’s agenda.They heard reports on: HART’s Flamingo regional transit fare collection system Tampa’s streetcar extension/modernization feasibility study The Expressway Authority’s Connected Vehicle Pilot Project and the GandyBlvd/ Selmon West Extension Project. Members wanted to be sure that theplanned 2-lane elevated expressway will have enough capacity for the future.Meeting of the Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) on February 20, 2017The TAC: Recommended the MPO approve the Data Business Plan for Mobility Data.Members suggested that, as the plan’s recommendations move forward, anyfollow-on agreements should be presented to governing boards prior to signing. Discussed but did not act on the George Road Health Impact Assessment.There was a suggestion to separate the recommendations specific to GeorgeRoad from the broader health policy recommendations. The HIA Report ontoday’s agenda has been revised to respond to the TAC’s concerns. Was briefed on the Connected Vehicle Pilot Project, the Gandy Blvd/ SelmonWest Extension Project, and the Tampa Streetcar study.Policy Committee Meeting of February 28, 2017The committee elected Councilman Cohen as Chair and Commissioner Kemp asVice Chair for 2017, and:Plan g813 - 272 - 5940601 E Kennedy Blvd18th floorTampa, FL, 33602 Supported the CAC Motion Regarding Regional Transit, recommending theMPO Board document its support for this motion with a letter or resolution. Recommended the MPO approve the Data Business Plan for Mobility Data.Members discussed the importance of building interagency trust incrementally;

protecting confidential data; enabling crowd-source data collection methods;and the benefits of a robust data platform to support informed decision-making. Recommended the MPO approve the Annual Evaluation of the CommunityTransportation Coordinator. Was briefed on legislative developments at the state and national level.Meeting of the Livable Roadways Committee (LRC) on February 22, 2017The LRC met potential new committee member alternate Trista Brody, who is to beconfirmed today, and: Approved the George Road Health Impact AssessmentHeard presentations on How Speed Limits Happen, and THEA’s ConnectedVehicle Pilot Project and Gandy Blvd/ Selmon West Extension Project.Found out that FDOT followed up on their November comments about theKennedy Blvd Access Management Plan, by offering to partner with the MPO ona follow-up study of multimodal safety improvements on KennedyReviewed and approved a letter about the Busch Blvd Corridor Study,addressing concerns LRC raised at a previous meeting.Meeting of the Bicycle Pedestrian Advisory Committee on February 8, 2017The committee approved the George Road Health Impact Assessment, notingthe need for follow-up data to monitor health improvements in the area.The committee also heard from Ms. Becky Afonso, Executive Director of the FloridaBicycle Association, and their current work with the Florida Legislature to get theMove Over law extended to bicyclists and pedestrians.The annual Gasparilla Bike Safety Rodeo, a collaboration between the BPAC,Tampa Police and BayCare, was a great success. Over 300 children participated,and members complimented the Tampa Police team for their incredible job.Meeting of the Transportation Disadvantaged Coordinating Board on February 24The committee approved the annual Community Transportation CoordinatorEvaluation, noting the need to work further with the Commission for TransportationDisadvantaged to address trip-counting procedures.The committee approved the George Road Health Impact Assessment, notingthe importance of lighting and lower speed limits to the safe travel of pedestrians.March 15, 2017 is the annual Transportation Disadvantaged Day in Tallahassee. Thecommittee approved its 2017 legislative message thanking the Legislature for their supportof over 700,000 trips coordinated trips in Hillsborough County annually, and noting the needto expand services 20% by 2025 to meet the needs of an aging population.School Transportation Working Group meetings of January 25 & February 15Crossing guard programs were the topic in January, when the group heardpresentations and had an in-depth comparison of programs offered by theHillsborough County Sheriff Department and the City of Largo. Follow-up topics will

cover Florida statutes, funding options, and how the guards are hired, assessed andplaced.The group also spent time reviewing the Hazardous Walking status criteria, andpreparing for the eight area School Transportation Resource Fairs (flyer in yourpackets) throughout March and April.February topics included: Getting-to-School Survey results Future leaders in Planning (FLiP) program A follow-up report on the Brandon Road Safety Audit field visit. A dynamic and effective Walk-to-school Wednesday program by the Palma CeiaSidewalk Stompers, presented by a parent and co-founder.TBARTA MPO Directors Meeting of February 17, 2017Setting performance targets as a region was the topic in February. The first federaldeadline is to set regionwide targets for Transit Asset Maintenance, in coordinationwith the region’s transit providers.HART and PSTA planning directors participated in the meeting, and agreed to bringthe need for regionwide targets to the TBARTA Transit Management Committee inApril, to draft a recommendation for the MPO Chairs’ June meeting.After Transit Asset Maintenance, the next set of performance targets will be forSafety, due in February 2018.Next month’s meeting will be held at St Pete College Collaborative Labs, tocoordinate logistics for the upcoming regional planning workshop.

Hillsborough County Cindy Stuart Hillsborough County School Board Joseph Waggoner Expressway Authority Commissioner Stacy R. White Hillsborough County Beth Alden, AICP Executive Director Plan Hillsborough planhillsborough.org planner@plancom.org 813 - 272 - 5940 601 E Kennedy Blvd 18th Floor Tampa, FL, 33602

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