The TPO serves an area with a population of over 360,000, and includes the cities of Ocala, Belleview and Dunnellon, and unincorporated areas of Marion County. This collection of resources provides a comprehensive overview of the TPO’s key roles and responsibilities, planning programs, and background information about the multi-modal transportation system in Marion County.

About The TPO

 

What Is The TPO?

Learn about the TPO, its roles and responsibilities, when it was established, and the area it serves

 

Fast Facts

View transportation facts regarding Marion County, including vehicle miles driven; bus ridership; bike lane, sidewalk, and railroad infrastructure; vehicle crash data and more. 

 

Public Involvement

The TPO relies on the public’s input to better understand transportation needs and potential solutions. See how feedback from Marion County residents is incorporated into the TPO’s plans and programs.  

 

Title VI, Nondiscrimination, and Civil Rights 101

The TPO complies with the Civil Rights Act and is committed to ensuring the transportation planning process is open to all people in Marion County

 

TPO Plans and Programs

 

Long-Range
Planning

Learn about the Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP). The TPO is currently updating its LRTP and will be seeking public input soon.

 

Short-Range
Planning

Learn about the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). The TIP documents the anticipated timing and costs of transportation improvements for the next five years. 

 

Priority
Projects

View the List of Priority Projects (LOPP) fact sheet to learn more about high-priority transportation projects in Marion County  

 

 

 

Transportation Topics

 

How Transportation Projects Become Reality

Learn how transportation projects are planned, funded and constructed.

 

Funding
101

Learn how residents and visitors help funding transportation projects in Marion County

 

Transportation
Safety

View crash statistics and ways to help keep yourself and others safe on the road

 

2020 Census and TPO’s Future Status

Learn more about the 2020 U.S. Census and what it could mean for the Ocala Marion TPO