Technical Advisory Committee

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The Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) consists of local and state transportation professionals who represent several areas of expertise and responsibility. The TAC advises and makes recommendations on the technical aspects of transportation issues.

Citizens’ Advisory Committee

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The Citizens’ Advisory Committee (CAC) is comprised of three representatives from each of the county’s geographic areas – South, Mid, and West – and two At-Large Representatives. The CAC provides public input on proposed MPO transportation plans and programs.

Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee 

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The purpose of the Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee (BPAC) is to make recommendations to the MPO Board on bicycle and pedestrian facilities, including their planning and completion. BPAC meetings are generally held at 2 p.m. on the third Thursdays of March, June, September, and November at the East Port Environmental Campus 25550 Harbor View Road, Meeting room B, Port Charlotte, Florida

Transportation Disadvantaged Local Coordinating Board 

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The Charlotte County-Punta Gorda MPO is responsible for Transportation Disadvantaged (TD) planning activities including providing staff support to the Charlotte County Local Coordinating Board (LCB). The LCB provides direction, information, and advice to the Community Transportation Coordinator (CTC). Charlotte County Transit has provided transit services since 1984 and is the CTC for Charlotte County.

Current Vacancies:

Currently we have four upcoming vacancies on the Bicycle Pedestrian Advisory Committee (BPAC): one South County Representative, one West County Representative and two Mid County Representatives. 

Currently we have four upcoming vacancies on the Citizens’ Advisory Committee (CAC): one South County Representative, one Citizen At-Large Representative and two Mid County Representatives. 

Currently we have two vacancies on Local Coordinating Board (LCB): one Disabled Representative who is disabled, and one Representative for the Economically Disadvantaged ” A person who is recognized by the Florida Association for Community Action (President), representing the economically disadvantaged in Charlotte County”.

The Deadline for applying is December 2, 2022. If you are interested one of these positions, please use the form below.

Click here to download an application form.

Please contact MPO Staff at 941-883-3535 for more information.