Contact: Laura Carter
Project locations are shown on the map on the Implement page. Additional maps and data may be found on the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) project website and on the Performance Monitoring and Management page.
The use of current and accurate data and maps is critical to the function of the SCTPO. Following are current data sets and maps utilized by the SCTPO.
Bicycle Pedestrian Mobility Plan Maps:
Showcase and Regional Trails
Existing Bicycle Facilities
Planned Bicycle Facilities
Existing Pedestrian Facilities
Planned Pedestrian Facilities
GIS Files: Mobility Plan Project Files
The 2010 Census estimates Brevard County’s population to be 543,376. Learn more by visiting the United States Census Bureau website.
Community Characteristics Inventory (23 MB pdf) is a compilation of demographics data. This information is critical for effective planning and community development decision making. Included in the inventory is data describing the natural environment, built environment, socio-cultural and socio-economic information.
Functional Classifications – A process of grouping roads according to the service they are intended to provide. This helps planners in determining the most efficient flow of traffic through a particular transportation system. To learn more about Functional Classification, visit the Federal Highway Administration website.
Brevard Functional Classifications as of August 2016 (Zip File) – ArcGIS required to view these files
Federal Aid Eligibility:
Brevard Federal Aid Report as of 06-22-2017
Maximum Acceptable Volumes and Level of Service:
2016 Functional Classification, MAV and LOS Table