North Florida Transportation Planning Organization

January 2022 - June 2023 Board Members

Beaches Communities: Neptune Beach Mayor Elaine Brown

City of Jacksonville: Council Members LeAnna Cumber, Randy DeFoor, Terrance Freeman, Sam Newby, Ju'Coby Pittman and Randy White

City of St. Augustine: Mayor Nancy Sikes-Kline

Clay County: Commissioners Wayne Bolla, Kristen Burke and Betsy Condon

Jacksonville Aviation Authority: Board Member Fernando Acosta-Rua

Jacksonville Transportation Authority: Board Members Debbie Buckland and Ari Jolly

JAXPORT: Board Members Soo Gilvarry and Daniel Bean

Nassau County: Commissioners Klynt Farmer and Thomas Ford

Nassau County Ocean, Highway & Port Authority: Commissioner Mike Cole

St. Johns County: Commissioner Christian Whitehurst

St. Johns Airport Authority: Board Member Reba Ludlow

Ex-Officio Members

Baker County: Commissioner James Bennett,

U.S. Navy Representatives: Mark McManus and Matt Schellhorn,

Non-Voting Advisor

Florida Department of Transportation: District Two Secretary Greg Evans

2022 Funding

Total: $5,308,883

Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)

2023/24 - 2027/28

Total: $2,800,092,859


Jeff Sheffield

Executive Director

Clark Letter

Director, Planning and Analytics

Milton Locklear

Transportation Planner/Modeling Specialist

Elizabeth De Jesus

Transportation Programs Manager

Angela Session

Chief Financial Officer

Marci Larson

Public Affairs Manager

Jennifer Lott

Executive Assistant


Click on the highlighted areas in the map below to learn more about our completed studies.

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2023 Annual Mobility Report

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Congestion Management Dashboard


The North Florida Clean Fuels Coalition

The North Florida Clean Fuels Coalition updated its logo and website to provide more information on a variety of alternative fuels. Coalition stakeholders prevent nearly 40 tons of greenhouse gas emissions per year and save hundreds of thousands in fuel costs using natural gas, propane and electric vehicles.

The new Alternative Fuels, Vehicles & Infrastructure Master Plan will be completed by year-end and guide investments in clean fuels vehicles and infrastructure.

We'd like to recognize and thank our Clean Fuels interns Ruby Cox, Klesia Xhaferllari and Charlotte Woska.



Smart North Florida

In partnership with the City of Neptune Beach, Smart North Florida piloted flood sensors for real-time data and long term planning. This technology will now be piloted across the region.

Smart North Florida is also partnering with FDOT and TRAINFO on a pilot to place sensors at the Hendricks Avenues rail crossing. The sensors will help divert traffic, especially emergency vehicles heading to Baptist Medical Center, saving time and lives.