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Wickham Road Operational Analysis

Study Purpose: The Wickham Road Operational Analysis will address the observed congestion and safety issues while also incorporating multi-modal solutions to facilitate pedestrian/bicycle/transit movement along the corridor.

Study Limits: Eau Gallie Boulevard to Lake Washington, Melbourne

                                  

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TPO Project Manager: Laura Carter: 321-690-6890;
E-mail: laura.carter@brevardfl.gov

Consultant Project Manager: Travis Hills, PE, Kittelson & Associates, Inc.: 407-540-0555;
E-mail: thills@kittelson.com

Schedule:   Project Schedule

  • Work Order Scope of Services approved by Space Coast TPO Board on December 8, 2016.
  • Notice to Proceed issued to Kittelson & Associates on January 3, 2017.
  • Project is being supported by a Project Advisory Team (PAT). Members of the Project Advisory Team represent local agencies along the corridor, such as Brevard County, the City of Melbourne, Sabal Elementary School, and local law enforcement. The PAT will be engaged in the review of products and at key decision points during the operational analysis process.
  • The first public meeting was held on Tuesday, May 9th which was to present existing conditions and to gather feedback from the public on their specific issues and concerns.  A second public meeting will be held later this fall to present developed alternatives and to gather feedback from the community on which alternative is preferred. 
  • Presentation of findings and recommendations to TPO Board anticipated to occur at TPO December 2017 regular board meeting.

Documentation:

Wickham Road Operational Analysis Scope of Services – Approved by TPO Board December 8, 2016

Project Advisory Team Kick-off Meeting – February 6, 2017
(Agenda; Meeting Summary Notes; Sign-In Sheet; Presentation Slides; Schedule; Logos)

Project Advisory Team Existing Conditions Meeting – April 26, 2017
(Agenda; Meeting Summary Notes; Sign-In Sheet)

Wickham Road Existing Conditions Final Report – July 3, 2017

Wickham Road Existing Conditions Final Report Appendix – July 3, 2017


Public Open House Meeting – May 9, 2017

Meeting Information Handout
Project Feedback Form – Adobe PDF OR Microsoft Word
Meeting Feedback Form – Please complete ONLY IF you attended the meting
Presentation Slides

Wickham Road Existing Conditions Public Meeting Summary – July 3, 2017


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Aurora Road Corridor Study

Study Purpose: The Aurora Road Corridor Study will explore options to improve pedestrian and bicycle facilities as well as to address safety issues, traffic operations, and transit movements along the corridor.  

Study Limits: Wickham Road to Stewart Avenue, Melbourne

      

Have a comment? Click to use our Interactive Public Comment tool.


TPO Project Manager: Laura Carter: 321-690-6890; 
E-mail: laura.carter@brevardfl.gov

Consultant Project Manager: Travis Hills, PE, Kittelson & Associates, Inc.:
407-540-0555; E-mail: thills@kittelson.com

Schedule:   Project Schedule

  • Work Order Scope of Services approved by Space Coast TPO Board on December 8, 2016.
  • Notice to Proceed issued to Kittelson & Associates on January 3, 2017.
  • Project will be supported by a Project Advisory Team (PAT). Members of the Project Advisory Team represent local agencies along the corridor, such as Brevard County, the City of Melbourne, members from schools located near the study corridor, and local law enforcement. The PAT will be engaged in the review of products and at key decision points during the operational analysis process and development of alternatives.
  • There will be three public meetings held: Kick-off following the existing conditions assessment; Alternative concepts review; and Preferred Alternative. As public meeting dates, time and locations are determined they will be posted.
  • Presentation of findings and recommendations to TPO Board anticipated to occur at TPO April 2018 regular board meeting.

Documentation:

Aurora Road Corridor Study Scope of Services – Approved by TPO Board December 8, 2016

Project Advisory Team Kick-off Meeting – February 6, 2017
(Agenda; Meeting Summary Notes; Sign-In Sheet; Presentation Slides; Schedule; Logos)

Project Advisory Team Existing Conditions Meeting – April 26, 2017
(Agenda; Meeting Summary Notes; Sign-In Sheet)

Aurora Road Existing Conditions Final Report – July 11,  2017

Aurora Road Existing Conditions Final Report Appendices – July 11, 2017


Public Open House Meeting – May 16, 2017

Meeting Information Handout
Project Feedback Form – Adobe PDF OR Microsoft Word
Meeting Feedback Form – Please complete ONLY IF you attended the meeting
Presentation Slides

Aurora Road Existing Conditions Public Meeting Summary – July 11, 2017


Miss the public meeting? Check out the video below:

 

Space Coast Pathways Project – Sample Sites for Review

Group 1:

1A     100 Missouri Miles website
1B     Roots Rated website and app [Roots Rated]
1C     Orlando Sentinel Bike Trails website
1D     City of Calgary Pathways and Bikeways website and app
1E     Visit Florida website

Group 2:

2A     4T Trail website
2B     All Trails app
2C     Bay Nature Trail Finder website
2D     Florida Hikes website and app [Florida Trail Guide]
2E     100 Missouri Miles website
2F     Kayak Guide website

Group 3:

3A     The Intertwine website
3B     TrailLink website and app [Trail Link]
3C     Space Coast Outdoors website
3D     Florida Greenways and Trails Online Guide website
3E     100 Missouri Miles website

Group 4:

4A     Travel Oregon website
4B     MTB Project website and app [MTB Project]
4C     Hip Camp website
4D     100 Missouri Miles website
4E     Florida Paddling Trails website

Group 5:

5A     Backpacker website
5B     Go To Trails website
5C     Columbia Association: Pathways app
5D     Trail Finder website and app [Trail Finder]
5E     100 Missouri Miles website
5F     Bike Florida website

A1A Urban Trail

Contact: Sarah Kraum

The sidewalk parallel to SR A1A is known as the A1A Urban Trail. Spanning more than 40 miles from Port Canaveral to Sebastian Inlet, the urban trail allows for non-motorized transportation along the Barrier Island and links important resources, such as the Indian River Lagoon and the East Coast Greenway.

Several projects are currently on the SCTPO Project Priority List to help complete sidewalk gaps are this corridor.

Over 13 miles of sidewalk is being completed through FDOT resurfacings,  For more information on these projects please visit www.cflroads.com.