Coast to Coast Trail (C2C) Crossings/Traffic Control Assessment II – stakeholder update

The Coast to Coast Trail (C2C) is a developing regional system that when complete will connect nine counties through Central Florida from Tampa Bay and the Gulf of Mexico to the Atlantic Ocean. Today, it exists in segments.

The initial stakeholder kick-off meeting for the C2C Crossings Planning Level Traffic Control Assessment, Part 2 occurred in August 2021. This Assessment is of unsignalized on- and off-system roads and the at-grade trail intersections or crossings of existing C2C segments in Brevard, Volusia, Seminole, Orange, Lake, Sumter, and Hernando counties. The Assessment considers each crossing from two perspectives. First, appropriate priority assignment of right-of-way and second, appropriate level of traffic control. Part 2 does not re-evaluate segments in the September 2021 “C2C Trail Traffic Control Assessment – Part 1 Report” by FDOT or in the July 2016 “Trail Crossing Traffic Control Study in Orange County and Seminole County” by MetroPlan Orlando. It does not include segments outside of the C2C or programmed for construction in fiscal year 2022 or beyond.

Stakeholders will receive an update during this webinar. The field evaluation and post-field assessment of sight distances and consideration of the control delay for users, and balancing site conditions with user needs at each crossing is complete. The analysis and identification of traffic control strategies is underway.

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