FDOT’s U.S. 41 Complete Streets Corridor Study  

Florida Department of Transportation is conducting a U.S. 41 Complete Streets Corridor Study for U.S. 41 from University Parkway to Whitfield Avenue. The study, which is evaluating existing multimodal corridor needs, existing and future regional travel needs, and safety improvements, can be taken here.

Transportation Planning develops and facilitates implementation of the Transportation Capital Improvement Program, as well as, Transportation Management Plans and Transportation Development Reviews. Including:

  • the evaluation of proposed developments that may require a land use change.
  • rezoning.
  • special exception approval.
  • Development of Regional Impact approval.

This analysis allows the county to determine whether there is adequate capacity on the roadways to meet the future transportation needs in the county.

In the event there is not adequate transportation capacity, alternatives are considered. We establish partnerships between the county and developers to complete the necessary infrastructure improvements.
Transportation Planning plays an integral role in funding of transportation projects.

This includes making state and federal funding requests, calculating fee amounts for commercial development, and prioritizing the use of these funds. 

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