Garden Street Corridor Planning Study Will Result In Long-Term Plan

By  //  June 25, 2015

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study includes Space Coast Loop Trail

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Corridor planning is underway to evaluate possible multimodal transportation improvements along a three mile section of SR 406 (Garden Street) from South Lake Elementary (west of I-95) to US 1.

BREVARD COUNTY • TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA – Corridor planning is underway to evaluate possible multimodal transportation improvements along a three mile section of SR 406 (Garden Street) from South Lake Elementary (west of I-95) to US 1.

The study area includes portion of the planned 40-mile Space Coast Loop Trail, which connects downtown Titusville, the Kennedy Space Center, the Merritt Island National Widlife Refuge and northern Brevard County.

The study will result in a long-term plan to guide evolution of the corridor to best meet current and future needs.

Kick-off meeting summary
Existing conditions summary
Public Involvement Plan

Learn more by visiting FDOT’s project website.


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