Transportation Improvement Program 2020 Update

TIP cropped coverJune 2020 – The Hillsborough Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) will hold the annual Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) public hearing on Tuesday, June 30, 2020 at 6:00 p.m. to receive input from the community and to approve transportation projects for 2020/21 – 2024/25. This is an opportunity for citizens to express concerns about transportation projects in Hillsborough County.

Unless otherwise advertised, the June 30 public hearing will be held in person and as a webinar for those who wish to participate by internet or phone. The agenda and details on ways to participate in the Public Hearing will be posted at at least 10 days prior to the meeting. With the impact of COVID-19, health, safety, and inclusivity will be our top considerations for this meeting. Comments received during the Public Review Period, which began May 31, will be included for MPO Board consideration.

For more information on the TIP, visit: or contact Sarah McKinley: 813/273-3774 x382 or

Advance comments can be emailed to, mailed to Hillsborough MPO – Attn: Wanda West, 601 East Kennedy Boulevard, 18th Floor, Tampa, FL 33602, may be left by voicemail at 813/273-3774 x369 one week in advance of the meeting, or posted on the MPO Facebook events page.

The MPO is responsible for prioritizing federal and state funds allocated to transportation projects in Tampa, Temple Terrace, Plant City, and Hillsborough County. Documents and materials to be considered may be viewed online at:

The public hearing will be broadcast live with closed-captioning on HTV and live-streamed at: Persons needing interpreter services or accommodations for a disability in order to participate in this meeting, free of charge, are encouraged to contact Joshua Barber, 813.273.3774 x313 or, three business days in advance of the meeting. Also, if you are only able to speak Spanish, please call the Spanish helpline at 813.273.3774 x211. The MPO does not discriminate in any of its programs or services. Public participation is solicited without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, family, or religious status. More about our commitment to nondiscrimination:

For details on the projects, please visit our TIP page.

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