Tampa Walk/Bike Plan | Hillsborough County/City of Tampa
Phase I of Tampa’s Walk-Bike Plan implemented the City’s recently-updated Comprehensive Plan and the Hillsborough County Metropolitan Planning Organization’s (MPO) adopted 2035 Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP). The “Livable City” vision of the City’s Comprehensive Plan seeks to support alternatives to single-occupancy vehicle travel and focus infill and redevelopment in appropriate areas.
Traffic Count Update 2012 | Hernando County Metropolitan Planning Organization
On an annual basis, TOA collects 72-hour vehicle counts, or at approximately 50 predetermined locations in Hernando County. The locations include a mixture of urban and rural roads from two to six lanes. At the County’s request, the counts include separation of vehicular classification. The counts are summarized with appropriate seasonal and axle factors applied and presented in a final report with mapped locations. The counts are used by the Hernando County MPO in maintaining their annual roadway volume inventory.
Tindale-Oliver & Associates serves as the District Wide Consultant for safety studies and minor design in District 7. As the District’s consultants, TOA is tasked with identifying projects to improve and enhance the safety of the District’s roadway system.
Fletcher Avenue Complete Street Design | Hillsborough County, FL
Fletcher Avenue between US 41 (Nebraska Avenue) and Bruce B. Downs Boulevard near the University of South Florida has among the worst bicycle and pedestrian safety histories in the Tampa Bay region. A key implementation item of the Hillsborough Pedestrian Safety Action Plan was a joint-funded safety project along this corridor.
City of Ocala Citywide Signal Retiming Planning and Engineering | Marion/Ocala TPO & City of Ocala
TOA has been serving as the prime consultant in the planning to upgrade the City of Ocala’s ITS and ATMS infrastructure, including upgrades to the traffic signal communications network, construction of a new Traffic Operations Center, and replacing PEEK model traffic controllers with Naztec controllers. Concurrent with this project, the City and the TPO have contracted with TOA to retime all 126 traffic signals in the city.