Community Input Needed To Direct Limited Transportation Funds

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TPO Open House set May 27

ABOVE VIDEO: Tell the Space Coast Transportation Planning Organization what projects are important to you at the Annual TPO Open House from 4:45 p.m to 6 p.m. on Wednesday, May 27.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Over the next 20 years, Brevard County is estimated to receive $1.39 Billion in state and federal transportation funds.

Through community surveys and workshops, over $2.27 Billion in transportation needs has been identified. This means that only 60% of needed transportation projects can be funded.

Tell the Space Coast Transportation Planning Organization what projects are important to you at the Annual TPO Open House from 4:45 p.m to 6 p.m. on Wednesday, May 27.

The Open House will be held in the Florida Room on the third floor, Building C of the Viera Government Center, 2725 Judge Fran Jamieson Way in Melbourne.

Come in person or watch it live from 5 to 5:30 pm on BrevardCounty.us/SCGTV, on Bright House Channel 499, Comcast Channel 51 or Channel 13.

The format will include a slideshow presentation on upcoming projects and a session dedicated to answering questions from residents.

Submit questions by Friday, May 22, via:
• Phone to 321-690-6890
• Email to: Georganna.gillette@brevardcounty.us
• Social media (Facebook/SCTPO or Twitter@spacecoasttpo) using #RoadsToRockets

Specific projects that will be discussed include SR A1A, Hopkins Avenue, SR 528, I-95, Clearlake Road, Ellis Road, the St. Johns Heritage Parkway, Babcock Street and Malabar Road, among others.

The Space Coast Transportation Planning Organization is responsible for reviewing and administering all policies and procedures applicable for state and federal transportation funding.

For more information log on to SpaceCoasttpo.com

Over the next 20 years, Brevard County is estimated to receive $1.39 Billion in state and federal transportation funds.

Over the next 20 years, Brevard County is estimated to receive $1.39 Billion in state and federal transportation funds.


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