Bicycle/Pedestrian Corridor Area of Interest Analysis

Greenways and trails offer tremendous benefits to communities, especially in Florida. The concepts embraces the interconnectedness of the needs of conservation supporters, recreation groups and economic organizations. In ths FY 2010/2011 – 2011/2012 Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP), the St. Lucie Transportation Planning Organization (TPO) established the need to review, update, and implement the St.… Continue Reading Bicycle/Pedestrian Corridor Area of Interest Analysis

Bike Rack Plan

Bike Rack Plan (5.6 MB) The intention of the plan is to identify general locations for bicycle racks in public right-of-way adjacent to bus stops in residential and commercial activity centers. Therefore, municipal bus stops, and school bus stops are a major component of the plan. After the completion of base maps, a database was… Continue Reading Bike Rack Plan

East Coast Greenway Implementation Plan

The St. Lucie Transportation Planning Organization (TPO) established the need to build upon previous bicycle/pedestrian/greenway planning efforts and continue the ongoing planning and coordinating efforts which support the provision of bicycle, pedestrian, and greenway facilities. Over the last several years, the TPO and its partners, have compiled much data related to dicycle and pedestrian transportation… Continue Reading East Coast Greenway Implementation Plan

Florida Scenic Highways Program 2014 Annual Report

Florida Scenic Highways Program 2014 Annual Report (PDF 5 MB) The purpose of the Florida Scenic Highways Program (FSHP) is to designate roads in order to help preserve and enhance the cultural, historic, archaeological, recreational, natural, and scenic resources that lie within the roadway corridor. Florida communities also take advantage of scenic highway designation to… Continue Reading Florida Scenic Highways Program 2014 Annual Report