The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) previously conducted a planning level assessment of existing traffic control measures at unsignalized road and trail intersections (trail crossings) along more than 90 miles of the existing contiguous C2C Trail through Pinellas, Pasco, and Hernando counties within
FDOT District Seven. The previous assessment (“Part 1”) focused on the westernmost 90 miles of the existing C2C Trail from downtown St. Petersburg in Pinellas County to west of Brooksville in Hernando County.
This planning level assessment (also known as “Part 2”) of existing traffic control measures at unsignalized road and trail intersections (trail crossings) will focus on about 120 miles of 15 existing and newly-constructed trails through Hernando, Sumter, Lake, Orange, Seminole, Volusia, and Brevard counties within FDOT Districts Five and Seven. The Part 2 assessment is a continuation of the previous planning level assessment (“Part 1”).