The Central Florida Metropolitan Planning Organization Alliance (CFMPOA) is a coalition of transportation and government organizations committed to addressing transportation challenges in the larger Central Florida area.
The Alliance has a policy board of 18 members, three from each of its six member organizations. (See the current roster below.) Representatives from the Florida Department of Transportation participate as well. The group meets quarterly and operates on the basis of consensus.
The Central Florida MPO Alliance maintains a regional transportation plan (see below) and pursues opportunities to plan and fund projects that benefit the region. The Alliance is a forum for information on projects of regional significance, and it establishes legislative priorities to address the region’s transportation needs.
See current Legislative Priorities and Regional Indicators Report below.
ARCHIVED REGIONAL INDICATORS REPORTS
To view reports from previous years, visit our Regional Indicators Reports archive.
For more information on the individual member organizations, click on the links below:
All CFMPOA meetings are open to the public and include opportunities for public comment. Exact dates and times for future CFMPOA meetings can be found on our meeting calendar. Agendas are posted before each meeting, and minutes are posted afterward in the archived meeting materials section of our website.
If any person needs special accommodations due to disability or language to participate in a MetroPlan Orlando meeting or event, he or she should contact the organization at (407) 481-5672 no later than three business days prior to the event.
Staff support for the Central Florida MPO Alliance is provided by MetroPlan Orlando. Contact Virginia Whittington: 407-481-5672 x314.
History & Governance
The group first formed in June 1997 as the MetroPlan Orlando-Volusia MPO Alliance. Its success in solving regional transportation problems led to wider coordination. In 2001, it added members from the Brevard MPO (now the Space Coast TPO) and Lake County (now the Lake-Sumter MPO). The Alliance’s regional membership has since expanded to include the Polk TPO and Ocala/Marion County TPO.
See the 2005 agreement that established the current CFMPOA below: