The MetroPlan Orlando Board is ultimately responsible for implementing the transportation planning process in Orange, Osceola, and Seminole counties. The board is made up of elected officials from the three-county area, the largest cities in the region, and representatives from the region’s transportation operating agencies.
Here is the current roster for the MetroPlan Orlando Board:
Prior to making decisions, the MetroPlan Orlando Board receives recommendations from several advisory committees. These committees ensure the board considers diverse points of view during the transportation planning process.
Meeting Time and Location
The MetroPlan Orlando Board generally meets on the second Wednesday of every month at 9:00 a.m. at the MetroPlan Orlando office (250 S. Orange Ave., Suite 200, Orlando, FL 32801). All meetings are open to the public and include opportunities for public comment. In 2017, there are no board meetings scheduled in January, April, August and October.
Exact dates and times for future board 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. An audio version of the board agenda is available by calling (407) 481-5672 and pressing 5.
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.
For more information about the board, contact Cathy Goldfarb at (407) 481-5672 x315.
Internal Operating Procedures
The board is governed by the organization’s Internal Operating Procedures, which include information on board structure and member requirements.
Board members are in touch with transportation issues across the state and have an active legislative affairs program. Each year, the MetroPlan Orlando Board sets a list of priorities for the upcoming state legislative session. The process involves input from the organization’s advisory committees, partners, residents, and transportation-related organizations throughout the state.
Here are the board’s current priorities.
To view priorities from previous years, visit our legislative archive.