Health Impact Assessment of LRTP Complete Street Projects


Project Background and Overview

The Hillsborough TPO passed a Health in All Policies (HiAP) Resolution in 2019 and has since made strides to integrate health concerns and priorities into all area of the transportation planning process, with the recognition that transportation does more than just move us around; transportation is a critical factor that influences people’s health and the health of a community. That investment in sidewalks, bike lanes, trails, public transit, and other infrastructure that supports physical activity can result in improvements to individuals’ health and decreased health care costs.

In support of the HiAP, the TPO has initiated a Health Impact Assessment of the complete street projects in the 2045 Long-Range Transportation Plan. More information about the scope of the project is below.

 

 

Study Goals

Kickoff

Project Kickoff 

 

March 2022

Deliverable #1

Baseline of Health Conditions 

May 2022

Deliverable #2

Complete Street Scenarios and Implementation Health Results 

July 2022

Community Involvement & Submit a Public Comment

Hillsborough County residents are encouraged to submit public comment. Staff are interested in hearing about how your street impacts your health, how safe you feel safe walking, running, bicycling in your neighborhood, and what kind of roadways would help you live a more active life. 

 



Future Steps



Documents

Project Plans & Studies

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Maps

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Contact

Joshua Barber, AICP - TPO Staff

T: 813-576-2313

barberj@plancom.org

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