The Transportation Planning Section addresses the primary needs for major transportation improvements including corridor evaluations and studies, land use, concurrency management, development review, long range transportation planning, traffic calming and coordinates closely with the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) which operates as an independent planning agency.
The Transportation Planning Section is one of the sections under the Capital Project Planning, Impact Fees and Program Management Division of the Growth Management Department. Transportation Planning is the critical precursor to the implementation of most transportation improvements.
The Transportation Planning Section is actively involved in concurrency management, impact fee analysis and credits of transportation impact fees, and the coordination and review of developer commitment agreements. The Transportation Planning Section also plays an active role in the development and maintenance of the Transportation Capital Improvement Program (CIP), and the negotiations and adoption of developer agreements required to compliment the CIP. In addition, the section provides support for the Neighborhood Traffic Management Program.
The Transportation Planning Section continues to coordinate long range planning services with the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO).
|Transportation Planning Contact Information|
|Trinity Scott||Transportation Planning Manager||239-252-5832|
|Laurie Beard||Project Manager - PUD Monitoring||239-252-5782|
|Mike Sawyer||Principal Planner - Traffic Calming (Speed Bumps)||239-252-2926|
|Lorraine Lantz||Principal Planner||239-252-5779|
|Ian Barnwell||Operations Analyst||239-252-2354|
2685 S. Horseshoe Drive, Suite103
Phone: (239) 252-8192