The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) of the St. Lucie Transportation Planning Organization is intended to identify the transportation projects and programs located within the St. Lucie TPO area that are expected to occur over the next five years. The TIP identifies the type of transportation project that it is such as whether it is a roadway project, a sidewalk project, or a transit project. The TIP also identifies the project phases, such as design, right of way acquisition, construction, etc., that will occur and the year in which the project phase is expected to occur. In addition, the TIP also identifies the type of funding received for the project such as whether the funding is from Federal, State, or local funding sources or a combination of these sources.
The widespread use of electric vehicles (EVs) could result in significant improvements in environmental quality due to their reliance on “clean technology”. An electric vehicle is a vehicle that is either partially or fully powered on electric power. EVs consume less fuel, if any, and produce fewer emissions than similar conventional vehicles. To meet future… Continue Reading Electric Vehicle Charging Station Plan
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STANDARDIZED TRAFFIC IMPACT STUDIES (TIS) METHODOLOGY AND PROCEDURES (January 2014)
SmartMoves2045 LRTP prepared by the St. Lucie TPO. Final Report (PDF 34 MB) Appendices (PDF 18 MB) Go2040 is the LRTP prepared by the St. Lucie TPO. The Go2040 LRTP is intended to guide the investment in multimodal transportation options and identify projects to be completed over the next 25 years. Download the Plan (PDF… Continue Reading SmartMoves 2045
Treasure Coast Scenic Highway 5-Year Corridor Management Plan Update (PDF 1.7 MB) This report contains the five-year Corridor Management Plan Update for the Treasure Coast Scenic Highway (TCSH).The Florida Scenic Highway Program Manual Procedure #650-050-0055 Section 4.3.2 states that this five-year update is to be submitted in place of the annual report.
Florida Scenic Highways Program 2014 Annual Report (PDF 5 MB) The purpose of the Florida Scenic Highways Program (FSHP) is to designate roads in order to help preserve and enhance the cultural, historic, archaeological, recreational, natural, and scenic resources that lie within the roadway corridor. Florida communities also take advantage of scenic highway designation to… Continue Reading Florida Scenic Highways Program 2014 Annual Report
The purpose of the Concept of Operations is to provide a clear definition of the objectives of the program and the roles and responsibilities of the parties supporting the program. This document will: Recognize the need for a change in signal operations methodology in the St. Lucie County region; Provide an overview of the goals… Continue Reading Advanced Traffic Management System (ATMS)
In accordance with Federal Regulations 23 CFR 450 and Florida Statute 339.175(9), the UPWP for the St. Lucie Transportation Planning Organization (TPO) identifies the transportation planning budget, the priorities to be carried out, and the activities to be undertaken in the Metropolitan Planning Area (MPA). The UPWP is developed based upon state and federal regulations,… Continue Reading Unified Planning Work Program
St. Lucie TPO Congestion Management Process (Major Update Adopted June 2018) The St. Lucie Transportation Planning Organization (TPO) is a countywide agency responsible for transportation planning in the incorporated and unincorporated areas of St. Lucie County. The TPO has retained Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. to update its Congestion Management Process (CMP) and to identify and… Continue Reading Congestion Management Process
To provide connectivity between the Western Annexation Area of Port St. Lucie and the northern portion of St. Lucie County, the TPO has completed a study to identify a potential north-south corridor. The goal of the North/Mid County Collector Study is to identify a corridor which provides access to major attractors in the area such… Continue Reading North/Mid-County Collector Study