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En Route News 11/29/17

En Route News – November 29, 2017


  • ‘Tis the Season for Safety
  • Older Driver Safety Awareness Week: December 4-8, 2017
  • Multi-use Trails Attract Walkers, Cyclists to Titusville
  • Open House for the Proposed Space Coast Trail
  • Community Traffic Safety Team: Members Wanted!
  • Safe Routes to School Program Now Accepting Applications
  • DEP Seeking Information on Water Resiliency Projects

December 14, 2017 Space Coast TPO, Governing Board Meeting

Contact: Lisa Hickman

Main Agenda Items:

  • Approval RE: 2018 Space Coast TPO Meeting Calendar
  • Election of Officers and Committee Appointments
  • Approval RE: Space Coast TPO Policies Update
  • Approval RE: Executive Director Selection Committee Recommendation
  • Presentation Re: Space Coast Area Transit FY 2018 to FY 2027 Transit Development Plan
  • Presentation RE: Wickham Road Operation Analysis Recommendation
  • Presentation RE: 2016 State of the System
  • Presentation RE: Overview of Required Federal Performance Measures

Meeting Materials:
December 14, 2017 –  TPO Agenda Only
December 14, 2017 – TPO Agenda Package 

Draft SCTPO Policy Revisions, 12-14-17
Wickham Road Operational Analysis Presentation

         3:00 pm

Thursday, December 14, 2017

3:00 p.m.

Brevard County Government Center
2725 Judge Fran Jamieson Way, Viera
Florida Room, Building C, 3rd Floor

En Route News 11/16/17

En Route News – November 16, 2017


  • BPS PE Teachers Learn New Bike/Ped Safety Curriculum, Take it to the Streets
  • Reduced Fare Transit Riders To Receive New IDs
  • Community Traffic Safety Team: Members Wanted!
  • Local Officials Learn New Tools to Help Plan for Sea Level Rise
  • Safe Routes to School Program Now Accepting Applications

En Route News 11/9/17

En Route News – November 9, 2017


  • Senior Stroll – A Walk Thru History, Sees Great Turn Out
  • Video Feature: SCAT Interviews Sarah Kraum
  • TPO, SCAT staff Educate Public During Pop-Up Events
  • East Coast River Relay Rides Thru City of Titusville
  • Video Feature: Abby Rex Guest Appearance on Brevard Watch
  • Bike/Pedestrian Safety Education Program Raises Awareness
  • TPO Staff Attend St. John’s River to Sea Loop Alliance Summit
  • Partnership Feature: Mel PD & TPO – Operation Street Smart
  • Brevard Officials Celebrate St. John’s Heritage Parkway
  • Safe Routes to School Program Now Accepting Applications
  • TPO Supports Walk Run Roll Against Bullying Family Fun Run
  • Innovative Titusville Tomorrow Project Seeks Input from Public

*** CANCELLED*** TPO Governing Board

Due to a lack of pressing action items the November Space Coast Transportation Planning Organization meetings are cancelled.

The cancellation includes the following:

TAC/CAC – Monday, November 6, 2017

TPO Governing Board – Thursday, November 9, 2017

Please be advised the Space Coast TPO Executive Director Selection Committee Meeting will still be held on Thursday, November 9, 2017 @ 1:00 p.m. in the Florida Room.

En Route News 10/18/17

En Route News – October 18, 2017


  • TPO Staff Participates in Eau Gallie Blvd. Field Study
  • TPO to Host Wickham Rd. Operations Analysis Public Meeting
  • Trail Advocates to Celebrate St Johns River-to-Sea Loop
  • TPO Attends Brevard Public Schools’ “Parenting in Today’s World”
  • Mobility Week Celebration Events in Brevard
  • Safe Routes to School Program Now Accepting Applications
  • FDOT District Five Presents Tentative Five-Year Work Program
  • City of Cape Canavel to Host Trunk-or-Treat at the Monster Mash
  • Florida Greenways and Trails to Hold Public Meetings, Seeking Input on System Five-Year Plan 

FDOT Hosts Mobility Week for Central Florida Space Coast TPO, Space Coast Area Transit to Participate

BREVARD, FLA. – What moves you and how do you get from here, to there? The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) and its partner agencies are set to celebrate the second annual Mobility Week, October 28 to November 3, 2017. Events are being hosted throughout the duration of Mobility Week within the nine-county Central Florida region – Brevard, Flagler, Lake, Marion, Orange, Osceola, Seminole, Sumter and Volusia counties.
The Mobility Week initiative is a grassroots effort to promote awareness of safe and sustainable transportation choices and how those choices can build stronger communities, reduce traffic congestion and improve community health.
There are many ways to take part in Mobility Week. Agencies can organize an event, activity or training that promotes walking, cycling or transit or implement measures that encourage people to switch from driving alone to ride-sharing, teleworking or other options.
Individuals can sign up and take part in the Mix-It-Up Challenge, a fun and free online competition where contestants can earn points, badges, and prizes by logging their trips on the website. The challenge is intended to encourage people to mix and match different modes of transport in their daily life and compete for prizes furnished by Mobility Week partners.
For more information about Mobility Week, how to enter the Mix-It-Up Challenge, and to learn about transportation modes available, visit the FDOT Mobility Week website at www.mobilityweekcfl.com .
What’s on Brevard’s Mobility Week menu? Trunk-or-Treats, Senior Stroll, Try Transit Thursday, oh my! For a full list of scheduled events, click here .

TPO to Hold Aurora Corridor Study Public Meeting – November 8, 2017

Help shape your community!
You are invited to attend a charrette for a study being conducted on Aurora Road by the Space Coast Transportation Planning Organization in coordination with Brevard County and the City of Melbourne.
A charrette is a hands-on public workshop in which community members, stakeholders, elected officials, decision makers, and professionals work together in a collaborate way to brainstorm and develop potential corridor alternatives.
Study Limits: Aurora Road from Wickham Road to Stewart Avenue
Study Purpose: To explore alternatives that improve pedestrian and bicycle facilities as well as address safety issues, traffic operations, and transit needs.
Meeting Purpose: To engage the public in a collaborative, hands-on workshop to develop new ideas that shape the future of the Aurora Road corridor, making it safe and comfortable for all road users.
SCTPO Project Manager: Laura Carter, Operations Manager
Consultant Project Manager: Travis Hills, P.E., Kittelson & Associates, Inc.
Public participation is solicited without regard to race, color, national origin, age, sex, religion, disability or family status. Persons wishing to express their concerns relative to compliance with Title VI may do so by contacting Laura Carter, SCTPO Operations Manager, at 321-690-6890 or laura.carter@brevardfl.gov.
Persons with disabilities who require special accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act or persons who require translation services, free of charges, should contact Travis Hills at 407-540-0555 or thills@kittelson.com, at least seven (7) days prior to the meeting.
If you are hearing or speech impaired, please contact us by using the Florida Relay Service, 1-800-955-8771 (TDD), or 1-800-955-8770 (Voice).
Please visit the project website for latest information, to review published reports or to leave feedback. 
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