FIND YOUR PATH – 29 WAYS TO WALK, BIKE, RUN – 29 DAYS OF LEAP YEAR FUN
Spread through the reaches of Brevard County, you’ll find enchanting hiking trails, challenging exercise courses, stroller-friendly walkways, and waterways that entice you around the next corner. We challenge everyone to rediscover Brevard’s pathways or try a new way of exploring them. In fact, there’s an extra day this year to get outside, get that heart pumping and have 29 Days of Leap Year Fun!
From easy to strenuous, across all ages and abilities, these 29 featured Pathways will introduce you to the best of Brevard. Many are one mile or less, and a number of them can be combined for more challenging experiences. Nearly all of them are free. Many of our selections are wheelchair accessible and encourage those with low mobility to explore. It’s all part of the Pathways Project to identify and map options in an online interactive guide for Brevard. So come aboard – Find Your Path with us!
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ROOSEVELT ELEMENTARY HOLDS NEIGHBORHOOD RIDE
Roosevelt Elementary in Cocoa Beach wrapped up their bicycle safety program with rides in neighborhoods around the school in January. These rides give students real life application of skills they have been learning in their PE classes the last several weeks through the Space Coast TPO’s Bicycle/Pedestrian Education Program.
Coach Sirounis gave a quick review of bicycle safety skills they’ve learned before the ride. Special thanks to the Cocoa Beach Police Department for coming out and riding with the students!
To learn more about the program: http://spacecoasttpo.com/modes/walkbike/bicyclepedestrian-education/
CONGRATULATIONS TO MARK PETERS FOR TEACHER OF THE YEAR!
The Space Coast TPO would like to congratulate Mark Peters, PE teacher at Port Malabar Elementary, on his recent selection as Brevard County Teacher of the Year. Mr. Peters is a Bicycle/Pedestrian certified teacher and has been involved in the TPO’s Education Program for more than 16 years. He is especially attentive to making sure Port Malabar students wear their helmets. Kudos on your notable award, it is well deserved!
UPCOMING PUBLIC MEETINGS
Clearlake Road (SR 501) Project Development and Environmental Study
The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) will conduct a public hearing for the Clearlake Road (SR 501) PD&E Study on February 25, 2016 at 5 PM at Eastern Florida State College Community Dining Room in Cocoa. We will present the recommended design alternative to widen Clearlake Road from a two-lane roadway to a four-lane roadway. This hearing is being conducted to give interested persons an opportunity to express their views concerning the location, conceptual design, and social, economic, and environmental effects of the proposed improvements.
For more information:
SR 3, US 1, SR 406 and Coast to Coast Titusville Connector Study Public Meeting – Corridor Planning Studies
The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) will be conducting a public alternatives meeting regarding plans to conduct a corridor planning and concept development study along SR 3 (Courtenay Parkway), US 1 and SR 406 (Garden Street) and the Coast to Coast Titusville Connector Study.
US 1, SR 406 & Coast to Coast Connector Study
Thursday, February 25, 2016 at Titusville City Hall – 5:30 PM
SR 3 Public Meeting
Tuesday, March 1, 2016 at First Baptist Church of Merritt Island – 6:00 PM
UPCOMING TPO MEETINGS
Monday, February 8, 9:30am – 11:30am, Technical and Citizens Advisory Committees: http://spacecoasttpo.com/lead/february-8-2016-technical-and-citizens-advisory-committees/
Thursday, February 11, 9am – 11am, TPO Governing Board http://spacecoasttpo.com/lead/february-11-2016-transportation-planning-organization-planning-board/
SPACE COAST TPO WELCOMES NEW COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST
Please join the SCTPO in welcoming Sandy Mickey, Communications Specialist, to the TPO team. Sandy replaces Katrina Morrell, who moved to Germany with her family for a three year adventure. Sandy operates the Public Outreach Program including public presentations, E-News, SCTPO website and social media, annual reports and the Pathways Program.
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