The Volusia TPO Board membership consists of elected officials representing all of the local governments, including municipal and county entities. As outlined in Florida Statutes, the Volusia TPO Board is comprised of 19 voting members. In addition, there are five non-voting members on the Volusia TPO Board. The voting members review local, regional, and statewide transportation issues and work cooperatively to determine appropriate policy to address transportation needs. The non-voting members represent the Technical Coordinating Committee (TCC), Citizen’s Advisory Committee (CAC), Bicycle/Pedestrian Advisory Committee (BPAC), Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) District Office and Volusia County School Board. These members are appointed primarily to provide information and recommendations to the Volusia TPO Board.
The Volusia TPO Board meets on the fourth Tuesday of every month and all meetings are properly noticed and open to the public. Board meetings are held at the Volusia TPO office and begin promptly at 8:30 AM. In accordance with the adopted Bylaws of the TPO, each meeting agenda includes an opportunity for “citizens to comment or be heard on any matter pertinent to the urban transportation planning process.” This provides time for citizens to address the Volusia TPO Board regarding a broad range of transportation related topics.
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VTPO Board Members
VTPO Board Bylaws
The Volusia TPO has also established a series of committees, subcommittees and working groups that assemble regularly to investigate specific topics in greater detail than what is typically accomplished at board meetings. These groups include the Executive Committee, the Budget/Personnel Subcommittee, the Nominating Committee, the Central Florida MPO Alliance and the Legislative Issues Subcommittee. For information regarding the specific activities of these groups, please contact the TPO staff.
Volusia TPO Structure