USF Transportation Seminar Series: “Tampa Bay Next: A Program to Modernize Tampa Bay’s Transportation Infrastructure”

The USF Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering presents “Tampa Bay Next: A Program to Modernize Tampa Bay’s Transportation Infrastructure” seminar given by Marshall T. Hampton, on Friday, February 8th, from 12-1pm in CUT 202.

Tampa Bay Next is a program to modernize Tampa Bay’s transportation infrastructure and prepare for the future. Our goal is to improve safety and mobility through innovation, collaboration, and community engagement. The program includes interstate modernization and additional transportation initiatives that address all modes. Through Tampa Bay Next, the FDOT is proactively engaging the community and agency partners for a truly comprehensive approach to addressing our region’s safety, traffic operations, and congestion problems. For more information, please visit:

Mr. Hampton is a special project administrator, who currently manages the Tampa Bay Next program for District 7. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Engineering from Case Western Reserve University and his Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of South Florida (USF) St. Petersburg. Since coming to the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) in 2014, he has worked in the Structures Maintenance, Construction and Project Management Offices. Previously, he worked for an asset maintenance company inspecting complex bridges including movable bridges, the Arthur RavenelJr. Bridge (Charleston, SC) and the Sunshine Skyway Bridge (Tampa Bay, FL).