[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Jeff Sheffield, executive director of the North Florida Transportation Planning Organization, adds, "This massive project of asphalt, concrete, and steel and beautiful design has helped more than the traveling public.
What does TPO stand for?
TPO stands for Transportation Planning Organization
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- Trade Paperback Original
- Trade Promotion Optimization
- Trade Promotion Organization (various locations)
- TRADOC Project Office (US Army)
- Trainee Probation Officer (UK)
- Training and Placement Officer (various organizations; India)
- Transaction Processing Option
- Transition Planning Office (various organizations)
- Transition Program Office (various organizations)
- Transmitter Power Output
- Transports Pluviaud Organisation (French: Pluviaud Transportation Organization)
- Traveling Post Office
- Treatment, Payment & Operations (HIPAA)
- Tree Preservation Order (UK)
- Tree Protection Order (UK)
- Tri-Service Medical Information System Program Office
- Tribal Police Officer (Alaska)
- Triple Peel on Opponent (croquet)
- Triple Pelvic Osteotomy (veterinary medicine)
- Trout Predator Online (website)
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1565, a bill requiring state transportation departments to offer regional transportation planning organizations a seat at the table to help integrate federal transportation investments with regional and local economic development, housing, transportation, water and wastewater infrastructure planning decisions made by local officials.
In search of a more comprehensive solution, NPS and the Knoxville Regional Transportation Planning Organization have begun a joint process to address the visitor experience at Cades Cove, including developing transportation alternatives.
New Jersey, Kentucky and Ohio have established work groups that bring together transportation planning organizations, local transit providers, social service agencies, state and local government and local businesses to discuss the best way to provide transportation for their low-income residents.
Rich has previously worked for the North Carolina Department of Transportation, the Transportation Institute of North Carolina A & T State University, the Center for Transportation Research at the University of Tennessee, the city of Knoxville, and the Knoxville Transportation Planning Organization.