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TransPlex (Transportation Planning Exchange) is Florida’s premier event for collaborating with transportation planners, engineers, and policy makers to Plan, Connect, and Innovate. This event is focused on providing sessions and networking opportunities that support the exchange of experiences, ideas, and best practices among attendees.
TransPlex 2019 was scheduled for May 7-9, 2019 at the Omni Jacksonville Hotel in Jacksonville Florida. A decision has been made to postpone the conference until 2020. We appreciate all the ideas that were submitted. They will be retained for consideration for a future event. Be on the lookout for more information about opportunities that support the exchange of experiences, ideas, and best practices.
Please direct any questions to the Office of Policy Planning.
Join us for a long-range visioning session and provide your input on how you think Florida’s transportation future will look over the next 20 and even 50 years! The long-range visioning session will be held at the Omni Jacksonville Hotel in Jacksonville Florida on the afternoon of May 7, 2019. The long-range visioning session will be followed by the first meeting of the Florida Transportation Plan (FTP)/Strategic Intermodal System (SIS) Policy Plan Steering Committee and function as the kickoff of the next FTP update. Be sure to visit http://floridatransportationplan.com for more information and to register for the long-range visioning session.
If you have already booked your hotel room for TransPlex and do not plan to attend the long-range visioning session or FTP/SIS Steering Committee meeting, don’t forget to make adjustments to your reservation as rooms booked for TransPlex will NOT be automatically cancelled.
The long-range visioning session will be the first of many opportunities to share your thoughts on what Florida’s transportation future will look like and provide your influence on how the FTP is developed.
We look forward to seeing you in May!
Florida Department of Transportation
Safety, Mobility, Reliability