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Regional Transportation Leadership Workshop #2

The Tampa Bay Area Regional Transit Authority (TBARTA) is managing a project known as the MPO Regional Coordination and Best Practices Research study. We are informing you of this project due to its aim of providing a single preferred option for improving coordination and cooperation among MPOs, FDOT districts, local and county governments, and regional transportation entities, including TBARTA and the TBARTA MPOs Chairs Coordinating Committee (CCC).

The study builds on the Collaborative Labs workshop held on May 12, 2017, that was sponsored by the Hillsborough, Pinellas and Pasco MPOs. Since then, FDOT has provided funding for independent research into national best practices, and TBARTA has procured a prominent consultant to conduct the research.

The June 1 public workshop will continue the collaborative experience, adding in the opportunity to provide feedback on best practices identified from peers across the nation to develop support for viable options to improve regional coordination. For the next few weeks leading up to the workshop, TBARTA and Quest Corporation of America will be sending more correspondence to you, and if you do want to be included on these emails, please let us know with a reply email to opt-out.

To RSVP, please visit Box lunches will be provided for a cash only fee of $10. Options and other instructions are included on the RSVP page.

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Tuesday, 25 February 2020
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