Concurrency Management System:
Roadway Designations and Transportation Management Plans
The following information pertains to concurrency management and impact fees for projects located in the unincorporated County. For information on concurrency management programs in the municipalities, please contact the appropriate jurisdiction.
Questions about concurrency, including options for developing a transportation management plan to address impacts of a development project on a roadway with deficient operating conditions, may be addressed by clicking on the documents below, or contacting the Planning Department at (727) 464-8200.
Concurrency and Impact Fee Information:
Concurrency Management Corridors:
Containment Corridor. These include roads
that operate with deficient levels of service
where improvements may be planned or scheduled,
beyond the next three years, to alleviate the
substandard level of service conditions.
Corridor. These roads are constrained from
adding additional capacity. A roadway may be
physically constrained or policy constrained.
Physical barriers occur when intensive land
use development is immediately adjacent to highways
making roadway expansion cost prohibitive, or
when a facility has reached the maximum through-lane
standards. Policy barriers are based on concerns
about the impacts of roadway expansion on the
environment, neighborhoods and/or local communities.
Term Concurrency Management Corridor. This
designation only applies to US Highway 19. The
designation represents a comprehensive approach
to correcting existing level of service deficiencies
over a planning period of up to 15 years that
includes establishing project priorities, implementing
a long term schedule of capital improvements
and committing local funding resources.
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