MARTIN METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION
The Martin MPO works to coordinate the improvement of all facets of the transportation network in Martin County. This effort includes the monitoring and evaluation of existing conditions, the development of improvement strategies, the facilitation of meaningful public input, and the implementation of evaluated and funded strategies.
Partnering with FDOT, the Martin MPO provides these tips to keep our students safe.
The 2014-2023 Martin County Transit Development Plan was recently adopted by both, the MPO Policy Board and the Martin County Board of County Commissioners. Please click here to view the plan.
The Martin MPO is pleased to announce a partnership with the Martin Grade Scenic Highway Corridor Advocacy Group (CAG) for the Florida Scenic Highways Program. The MPO is assisting with the transportation aspects of the FDOT application for the designation phase. For more information visit www.floridascenichighways.com.
Did you know the Martin MPO is a proud partner of South Florida Commuter Services? SFCS is a program administered through the Florida Department of Transportation, designed to help promote ride sharing options for commuters throughout the south Florida Region. For more information regarding their programs, visit www.1800234ride.com
Martin MPO approved the FY 2015 Transportation Improvement Plan (TIP) at its June 23, 2014 meeting. Please click __Martin County FY 2015 FINAL TIP to view the final document and list of transportation projects for the next 5 years.
April 14, 2014
Martin County Public Transit is revising it’s routes and schedules beginning May 1st! Please click here for more information.
November 15, 2013
Martin MPO is in the process of updating its Transit Development Plan (TDP) and would love to hear your thoughts about public transit in Martin County. Please attend any of our three (3) workshops and please take our survey! Click here for more information!
August 9, 2013
Trip planning for Martin County Public Transit is now available on Google Maps! Please visit the MPO’s Transit page for more information.