OMS-CFTPG: Central Florida is the Place to Be
Friday, February 6, 2015
1 p.m. - 3 p.m. EST
Orlando, FL, United States
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OMS-CFTPG: Central Florida is the Place to Be Central Florida Transportation Planning Group (CFTPG) will present the major transportation improvement plans and project that are planned for Central Florida and focus on how these plan, if implemented as planned will ensure that Central Florida is THE PLACE TO BE! These plans will improve mobility and will create opportunities for new development and new land uses. The mobility enhancements will ensure the Central Florida population has a multitude of mobility options to serve their transportation needs. Blueprint 2040: MetroPlan Orlando 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan Alex Trauger, MetroPlan Orlando, PLS - Manager of Long Range Planning Cynthia Lambert, MetroPlan Orlando, APR - Public Information Manager MetroPlan Orlando staff will provide an overview of the 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan, which was unanimously adopted by the MetroPlan Orlando Board on June 11, 2014. The presentation will focus on the 2040 Plan’s technical and public involvement processes, with elements ranging from travel demand model development to town hall meetings. I-4 Ultimate: Transforming Central Florida Loreen Bobo, P.E., Florida Department of Transportation, District Five, I-4 Ultimate Construction Program Manager I-4 Ultimate is a complete reconstruction of 21 miles of Interstate 4 from Kirkman Road in Orange County to SR 434 in Seminole County. This $2.3 Billion project is a Public Private Partnership with Concessionaire I-4 Mobility Partners and Florida Department of Transportation. Central Florida Expressway Authority - A Regional Intermodal Approach to Mobility Laura Kelley, Deputy Executive Director, Finance and Administration, Central Florida Expressway Authority The presentation will describe the first 6 months transition from a one county toll agency to a four county intermodal toll agency. The presentation will also cover the projects in the current 5 year work plan and what we expect to do in the next year to evolve the regional intermodal approach.