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Hundreds of North Florida residents die in traffic crashes annually, so the North Florida TPO is developing a plan to save lives.
More than just having good company, sharing the ride to work helps you save money and reduce stress.
The North Florida TPO is the independent regional transportation planning agency for Clay, Duval, Nassau and St. Johns counties. We lead our region's efforts in planning, funding and mobilizing resources to develop and maintain our transportation system.
Our mission is to provide a regional forum for developing an effective transportation system that moves people and goods safely, economically and efficiently, maintaining a high quality of life in North Florida.
If you have any questions or comments pertaining to TPO plans, programs or projects please contact us at (904) 306-7500. Our address is 1022 Prudential Drive, Jacksonville, FL 32207. For complaints, questions or concerns about civil rights or non-discrimination, or for special requests under the Americans with Disabilities Act, please contact Marci Larson, Public Affairs Manager/Title VI Coordinator at (904) 306-7513.
Just in time for Earth Day 2015, the Borland-Groover Clinic announces that they now offer free electric car “fill-ups” at their office near I-95 and J Turner Butler Boulevard. The office at 4800 Belfort Road has installed four EVlink charging stations that are available seven days per week. This free service is for patients, staff, neighbors or anyone who comes by. MORE
In response to the growth of alternative fuels in Florida, First Coast Technical College (FCTC) has created adult continuing educational courses for the professional service technician covering compressed natural gas (CNG). This five-day hands-on course is designed for the professional technician or automotive student and will teach them safety, service procedures, CNG vehicle fueling systems, the nature of gaseous fuels, and how to properly examine the various types of CNG cylinders and installations. MORE