Category Archives: Agendas

November 17, 2014 Bicycle, Pedestrian and Trails Advisory Committee

Main Agenda Items

  • Safe Routes to School Update
  • Cocoa Sidewalk Project Presentation
  • Valkaria Sidewalk Project Presentation
  • Rockledge Barton Lake Trail Presentation
  • 2015 Pedestrian and Bicycle Focused Initiative
  • Election of Officers

Meeting Materials

Agenda: 11-17-14 BPTAC Agenda
Full Agenda Package: 11-17-14 BPTAC Agenda Package
Pedestrian and Bicycle Top 15 High Priority Counties Map
Pedestrian and Bicycle Focused Initiative Introduction
2015 Meeting Calendar

Meeting Outcome

Minutes: 9-2-14 BPTAC Approved Meeting Minutes

September 11, 2014 Transportation Planning Organization Board

Main Agenda Items

  • Approval RE: Resolution 15-07, Central Florida MPO Alliance (CFMPOA) Project Priorities
  • Approval RE: Legal Services Contract Amendment
  • Approval RE: Resolution 15-08, FY 15-FY 19 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Amendments
  • Approval RE: Revised Resolution 15-05, 2035 Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) Amendment One
  • Discussion RE: 2013 State of the System and Adoption RE: Non-Strategic Intermodal System Project Priorities
  • Approval RE: Resolution 15-10, 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) Vision

Meeting Materials

Agenda: Revised September TPO Agenda
Full Agenda Package: September TPO Agenda Package
Presentation: Long Range Transportation Plan 2040 Economic Growth Vision
Port Canaveral AAF Resolution
2013 State of the System (SOS) Executive Summary
2013 State Of the System (SOS) Presentation
Updated 2040 Vision Map

Meeting Outcome

Minutes: September 2014 TPO Board Meeting Minutes
Video: September 2014 Meeting on YouTube

September 8, 2014 Technical and Citizen’s Advisory Committees

Main Agenda Items

  • Approval RE: Resolution 15-07, Central Florida MPO Alliance (CFMPOA) Project Priorities
  • Discussion RE: 2013 State of the System and Adoption RE: Non-Strategic Intermodal System Project Priorities
  • Approval RE: Resolution 15-10, 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) Vision

Meeting Materials

Agenda: Revised September TAC/CAC Agenda
Full Agenda Package: September TAC/CAC Agenda Package
Port Canaveral AAF Resolution
2013 State Of the System (SOS) Presentation
Updated 2040 Vision Map

Meeting Outcome

Minutes: Approved September 8, 2014 TAC/CAC Meeting Minutes

Regional Coordination

Contact: Carol Holden

The SCTPO maintains active membership in local, regional, and state planning organizations. Coordination among similar organizations assists with identification of project priorities, best practices, and regional needs and opportunities.

The SCTPO participates in the Transportation Disadvantaged Local Coordinating Board (TDLCB) and annually appoints the TDLCB Chairman. The TDLCB works to ensure transportation opportunities are available for all residents, regardless of age, ability, or economic status.

The Community Traffic Safety Team is a group of local highway safety advocates who are committed to solving traffic safety problems through a comprehensive approach. Members include law enforcement, fire officials, government agencies, business and industry representatives and local citizens. Download the 2015 CTST Meeting Calendar.

The Central Florida Metropolitan Planning Organization Alliance (CFMPOA) is an association of transportation and government organizations who meet quarterly to review transportation issues and opportunities affecting the Central Florida region. The CFMPOA develops a list of Regional Transit Priorities, Regional Strategic Intermodal Systems Project Priorities, and Regional Trail Priorities.

The Metropolitan Planning Organization Advisory Council (MPOAC) is a statewide transportation planning and policy organization created by the Florida Legislature. The MPOAC assists in the transportation planning process by serving as the principal forum for collective policy discussions.

The SCTPO also participated in the East Central Florida Corridor Task Force. The 13-member task force was charged with identifying and providing solutions for the anticipated future development patterns and associated mobility and connectivity needs in portions of Brevard, Orange, and Osceola Counties.


Contact: Georganna Gillette

The SCTPO participates in an annual self-certification of its planning process with representatives from the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) District Five Office. Approximately every four years, the SCTPO is certified in a more lengthy evaluation process conducted by representatives from the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), the Federal Transit Administration (FTA), and FDOT. The last Federal Certification Review was held on July 10, 2014.

Final Certification Report October 2014

Complete Streets

Contact: Georganna Gillette

Complete Streets are designed and operated to enable safe access for all users. Pedestrians, bicyclists, motorists, and transit riders of all ages and abilities must be able to safely move along and across a complete street. The SCTPO has been actively supporting Complete Streets in Brevard County since 2010.

Complete Street Resources – Local Resolutions, Presentations, and More!

Complete Streets Flyer
Complete Streets Summary Sheet
FDOT Bicycle/Pedestrian Focused Initiative and Complete Streets
FDOT Complete Streets Policy

The SCTPO’s Complete Streets Evaluation Methodology (26 MB pdf) uses a three step process:

  1. Identify potential corridors to apply “Complete Streets” concept
  2. Conduct a Feasibility Analysis for identified projects
  3. Recommend projects for funding based on the Feasibility Analysis

Finished Complete Streets projects are: 

Current Complete Streets projects are:

Bicycle/Pedestrian/Trails Advisory Committee

Contact: Lisa Hickman

The Bicycle, Pedestrian, and Trails Advisory Committee (BPTAC) reviews plans and policies regarding bicycle, pedestrian, and multi-use trail projects. Meetings are generally held the third Monday of the month at 5:30 pm, or as needed at the Viera Government Center. The BPTAC makes recommendations to the Citizens Advisory Committee, Technical Advisory Committee, and the TPO Governing Board.

The BPTAC may have up to 19 members who are endorsed by the TPO Board. Membership is open to a wide array of interested groups and citizens. Individuals may be nominated by one of the groups listed below or may attend meetings and ask to be approved for membership by the TPO Governing Board.


BPTAC members represent:

  • Local governments
  • Law enforcement agencies
  • Educators
  • Cyclists
  • Hikers
  • Walkers
  • Environmentalists
  • Businesses
  • Interested citizens


Bicycle/Pedestrian/Trails Mobility Plan

Contact: Sarah Kraum

The SCTPO recognizes the growing importance of bicycle and pedestrian accessibility, mobility and safety to the region’s economic vitality, sense of community identity, and quality of life. Bicycle and pedestrian transportation offers an economical and healthy way for people of all ages and abilities to access their destinations, enjoy Brevard County’s outstanding natural resources and connect with friends, family and neighbors.

In 2013, The SCTPO developed a Bicycle, Pedestrian, and Trails Mobility Plan (19 MB pdf) that establishes a planning framework toward development of a true multimodal transportation network. The plan focuses on regionally significant projects that provide connectivity and accessibility to Brevard County’s abundant natural resources, parks, economic centers, and intermodal hubs such as existing Space Coast Area Transit transfer points and future East Coast Railway stations. The plan therefore emphasizes the following regional connections:

The SCTPO is currently updating their Bicycle/Pedestrian Master Plan to reflect current conditions, improvements, and plans for the bicycle, pedestrian, and trail network of Brevard County.  Public Workshops are expected to held in Winter 2019.  The plan is expected to be complete in Fall 2019.  To stay up to date please visit the project web page.

Citizen’s Advisory Committee

Contact: Lisa Hickman

The function of the Citizen’s Advisory Committee (CAC) is to provide citizens’ views and recommendations to the TPO Governing Board on projects, plans, and programs referred to the Committee. The CAC has 24 voting members and alternates appointed by local jurisdictions. Individuals interested in serving on the CAC may contact their county commissioner or city council representative to volunteer and may be appointed if there is a vacancy.

CAC meetings are held at 9:30 am at the Viera Government Center on Monday of the same week as the TPO Governing Board. Exceptions are January, June and August, which have no scheduled meetings.

CAC Members

Chairman:  Philip Weinberg
Vice Chair:  Bob Baugher

CAC members include:

  • Brevard County Commissioner District 1 –  2 appointees
    • Rodney Honeycutt
    • Woody Rice
  • Brevard County Commissioner District 2 –  2 appointees
    • Bob Baugher
    • Tony Sasso
    • Bill Vollmer (Alternate)
  • Brevard County Commissioner District 3 –  2 appointees
    • Peter Fusscas
    • Christopher Durie
  • Brevard County Commissioner District 4 –  2 appointees
    • George Bovell
    • Eric Hoppenbrouwer
    • Robert Salonen (Alternate)
  • Brevard County Commissioner District 5 –  2 appointees
    • Martin Lamb
    • David Miller
  • Canaveral Port Authority –  1 appointee
    • Vacant
  • Cocoa –  1 appointee
    • James McCarthy
  • Melbourne –  3 appointees
    • Bob Klaproth
    • Howard Ralls
    • Daniel Spradling
  • Palm Bay –  3 appointees
    • Philip Weinberg
    • Roy Larry Thomas
    • James Boothroyd
  • Rockledge –  1 appointee
    • Liz Lark-Riley
    • Jacob Edwards (Alternate)
  • Titusville –  2 appointees
    • Pete Petyk
    • David Carter
  • West Melbourne –  1 appointee
    • Sandra Michelson
    • Gil Ramirez (Alternate)
  • North Beaches Coalition (Cape Canaveral and Cocoa Beach) –  1 shared appointee
    • John Price
    • Jay Airis (Alternate)
  • South Beaches Coalition (Indian Harbour Beach, Satellite Beach, Indialantic and Melbourne Beach) –  1 shared appointee

Technical Advisory Committee

Contact: Lisa Hickman

The Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) reviews the work progress and evaluates the technical acceptability of plans and studies. Members make recommendations to the TPO Governing Board, with supporting technical information that assists them with policy-making decisions. The TAC has 26 voting members and alternates and one non-voting advisor designated by the Florida Department of Transportation. TAC meetings are held at 9:30 am at the Viera Government Center on Monday of the same week as the TPO Governing Board. Exceptions are January, June and August, which have no scheduled meetings.

TAC Members

Chairman:  Scott Morgan
Vice Chairman:  Devin Swanson

TAC Members represent the following jurisdictions and organizations:

  • Cape Canaveral
    • Todd Morley, Economic Development Director
  • Cocoa
    • Karen Hamilton, Community Services Director
    • Ed Wegerif, Director (Alternate)
  • Cocoa Beach
    • Bob Torres, Director
  • Grant-Valkaria
    • Jason Mahaney, Town Manager
    • Del Yonts, Mayor (Alternate)
  • Indialantic
    • Chris Chinault, Town Manager
    • Scott Glaubitz  B.S.E Consultants (Alternate)
  • Indian Harbour Beach
    • Frank Guertin, Council Member
  • Malabar
    • Matthew Stinnett, Deputy Town Clerk/Treasurer
    • Patrick Reilly, Mayor (Alternate)
  • Melbourne
    • Jenni Lamb, City Engineer
    • Todd Corwin, Planner (Alternate)
  • Melbourne Beach
    • Tim Day, Town Manager
    • Tom Davis, Vice Mayor (Alternate)
  • Palm Bay
    • Conroy Jacobs, Traffic Engineer/Planner (Alternate)
  • Rockledge
    • Ken Poole, Director
    • Michael Jarusiewicz, Asst. to Director (Alternate)
  • Satellite Beach
    • Courtney Barker, City Manager
    • Allen Potter, Director (Alternate)
  • Titusville
    • Kwabena Ofosu, Community Development Engineer
    • Brad Parrish, Principal Planner (Alternate)
  • West Melbourne
    • Scott Morgan, City Manager
    • Christy Fischer, Director (Alternate)
  • Brevard County Office of Emergency Management
    • John Scott, Operations Coordinator
    • Michele Jones, Senior Coordinator (Alternate)
  • Brevard County Planning and Development Department
    • Erin Sterk, Planner
    • Cheryl Campbell (Alternate)
  • Brevard County Public Works Department
    • Devin Swanson, Engineer
  • Brevard County School District Superintendent’s Office
    • David Lindemann, Planning Manager
    • Sue Hann (Alternate)
  • Canaveral Port Authority
    • Veronica Naravez-Lugo, Project Manager
    • Robert Musser, Director (Alternate)
  • Florida Department of Transportation (non-voting advisor)
    • Jamie Kersey, FDOT Liaison
  • Orlando Melbourne International Airport Authority
    • Cliff Graham, Director of Operations & Maintenance
  • St. Johns River Water Management District
    • Abby Johnson, Intergovernmental Coordinator
    • John Juilianna (Alternate)
  • Space Coast Area Transit
    • Terry Jordan, Transit Planner
    • Scott Nelson, Director (Alternate)
  • Space Florida
    • Steve Szabo, Manager
    • Patrick McCarthy, Director of Operations (Alternate)
  • Titusville-Cocoa (TICO) Airport Authority
    • Michael Powell, Chief Executive Officer
  • Valkaria Airport
    • Stephen Borowski, Director
  • Van Pool Services, Inc. (VPSI)
    • Eric Ting, Project Manager