Transportation Systems Management & Operations Master Plan

MetroPlan Orlando is developing a master plan to define and prioritize low-cost solutions that can maintain and improve the transportation system using a Transportation Systems Management & Operations (TSM&O) approach.

TSM&O solutions can improve the safety and reliability of our transportation system through technologies and communications in infrastructure and vehicles. They also can make operations more efficient. These solutions can be effective alternatives to options such as roadway widening projects, for example, which typically cost more and may have greater impacts on communities and natural areas.

The TSM&O Master Plan process will help to:

  • Define how TSM&O solutions and strategies can improve our transportation system.
  • Coordinate the TSM&O efforts of each agency in the region to create a unified and effective planning approach.
  • Prioritize TSM&O projects to be included in MetroPlan Orlando’s 2050 Metropolitan Transportation Plan.

For more information about TSM&O, see: Transportation Systems Management & Operations


The TSM&O Master Plan promotes the Vision of a safe, regional, multimodal network that uses cost-effective technology to make the most of our transportation system.

The TSM&O Master Plan Goals & Objectives address a range of issues including:

  • Safety for All Users
  • Reliability, Performance, and Resiliency of the System
  • Infrastructure Investment & Economic Impacts
  • Access, Mobility & Community Connections
  • Health & Environmental Effects
  • Transportation Equity

Transportation Systems Management & Operations Master Plan – Vision Goals and Objectives


A Steering Committee is providing advice and guidance for development of the TSM&O Master Plan. It is made up of members representing these agencies:

  • MetroPlan Orlando (facilitating agency)
  • Central Florida Expressway Authority
  • City of Orlando
  • Florida Department of Transportation
  • Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise
  • LYNX
  • Orange County
  • Osceola County
  • Seminole County

Transportation Systems Management & Operations Master Plan – Steering Committee Members

Steering Committee Meeting Schedule

  •  Meeting #1 – June 29, 2022 – Vision, Goals, Objectives
  •  Meeting #2 – October 4, 2022 – TSM&O Needs
  •  Meeting #3 – January 24, 2023 – Regional ITS Architecture
  •  Meeting #4 – March 28, 2023 – Prioritization Approach
  •  Meeting #5 – August 8, 2023 – Priority Projects and Performance Measures
  •  Meeting #6 – September 27, 2023 – Intersection/Turn Lane Project Coordination
  •  Meeting #7 – March 20, 2024 – Draft TSM&O Master Plan

The TSM&O Master Plan is expected to be completed by Summer 2024.


As key documents are developed, they will be made available here.


For more information about the TSM&O Master Plan, please contact Eric Hill at (407) 481-5672 x316 or email


  • TSMO Advisory Committee – Recommends ways to make the most of the existing transportation system through technology.
  • ITS Master Plan – How technology will improve the region’s future. (This plan was developed in 2017 to evaluate the region’s information, communication, and technology systems and to determine future needs.)
  • CAV Readiness Study – Central Florida’s readiness for connected and autonomous vehicles.

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