PROJECTS & STUDIES: SCTPO Corridor Studies > Banana River/Pine Tree Drive Complete Street Feasibility Study

Project Status: Scope approved in May 2018. Existing conditions data has been compiled. Short and long term alternatives that improve pedestrian and bicycle facilities along the corridor are being reviewed and refined based on public input received. Final presentations are anticipated to be given to the TPO Board, its committees and the City Council of Indian Harbour Beach in August/September, 2019.

Study Purpose: To evaluate alternatives that will enhance and improve comfort and safety for bicyclists and pedestrians.

Study Limits: Just east of Mathers Bridge to SR A1A

Space Coast Transportation Planning Organization

TPO Project Manager: Laura Carter: 321-690-6890

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

How to get involved: Check this website frequently for updates and to monitor the progress of the study. Study documentation will be posted when available. You may also contact one of the project managers listed above by phone or email or mail a letter to the Space Coast TPO offices.


Were you unable to attend the Open House held on May 22nd? Project information presented at the open house is available below.

Project Fact Sheet with proposed short term and preferred ultimate corridor improvements. Includes cost estimates.

Segment 1: Mathers Bridget to South Patrick – Preferred (there is no short term)

Segment 2: South Patrick to Palm Springs Blvd. – Short term and Preferred

Segment 3: Palm Springs Blvd. to SR A1A – Short term and Preferred

Types of Improvements: 
Short Term: Resurfacing, Signage, Traffic Signal Backplates
Preferred: Wider Sidewalks, Emphasized Crosswalk Markings, Buffered Bike Lanes, etc.

Landscaping Plan

Lighting Alternatives

Corridor “virtual” renderings – see what improvements will look like at some sample locations


Were you unable to attend the Open House held on February 13th? Project information presented at the open house held on February 13th is available below under Project Documentation.

In order to analyze and prepare different alternatives for the corridor, the corridor was divided into three different segments. 


Map of Corridor Segmentation

There was an opportunity to vote on various alternatives for each of the three segments at the first open house held on February 13, 2018. The results of the voting for each segment are summarized here: Segment Voting Results Summary


Project Documentation:

Existing Conditions Report – Documents existing conditions including current and future land uses, community features, bicycle, pedestrian and vehicular volumes and crash history and traffic operations.

Public Open House #1 Summary Report (February 13, 2019) – Documents the outreach tools used, meeting statistics, materials available for review and comment on, survey results and compilation of feedback received.

Open House #1: Demographic Attendance and Feedback Summary

Open House #1: Community Features Map – Identifies limits of corridor with local parks, churches, schools and community features highlighted.

Open House #1: Current Traffic Conditions Map – Shows current traffic volumes, average speeds and how well intersections are operating (A being good, F being bad).

Open House #1: Pedestrian and Bicycle Counts Map – Shows number of pedestrians and bicyclist using the corridor at various locations and what direction they are headed in.

Open House #1: Pedestrian and Bicycle Crashes Map – Shows where pedestrian and bicycle crashes have occurred over the last five years (2013 – 2017)

Open House #1: Vehicular Crashes Map – Provides data on where and what type of vehicle crashes have occurred along the corridor over the last five years (2013 – 2017)

Open House #1: Issues and Opportunities Map – Identifies existing sidewalk and bicycle facilities and where there are opportunities for improvements.

Open House #1: Segment 1 Alternatives – Mathers Bridge to South Patrick Drive (SR 513)

Open House #1: Segment 2 Alternatives – South Patrick Drive (SR 513) to Palm Springs Blvd.

Open House #1: Segment 3 Alternatives – Palm Springs Blvd. to SR A1A

Tentative Project Schedule – Project is anticipated to take just over one year to complete with results being presented in August/September, 2019.

Banana River/Pine Tree Drive Demographic Profile: Community Characteristics and Demographics of the area surrounding project limits.

Scope of Services – Approved by TPO Board on May 10, 2018