advocating for a safe transporation network for biking and walking
Gov. Scott decided that Florida would “opt out” of the federally funded Recreational Trails Program. However, according to FDOT Secretary Ananth Prasad, commitments of $2.6 million were made towards…Continue
The Florida Department of Environmental Protection is seeking your input regarding the new vision for the Florida Greenways and Trails System (FGTS). A new FGTS Plan is being developed to establish…Continue
ACTION ALERT: On August 22, Naples City Council will hear the update on the long-awaited and greatly-needed crosswalk at 4 Corners.The design that has been run by FDOT will be reviewed as well as two…Continue
Dear Stakeholders,I wish to inform you that the grant portion of the Master Mobility Plan has ended. Collier County submitted the draft conceptual language for implementation of the Phase II…Continue
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The City of Naples’ Streets & Stormwater Department is hosting two more public involvement meetings for the Bicycle & Pedestrian Master Plan Update. The next meeting is Thursday, February 21 at City Hall (735 8th St S) from 5pm-7pm. The goal of these next meetings is to gather more public…Continue
As I ascend thousands of miles in flight above the winding rivers, valleys and mountains of Haiti, it is with both relief and some sadness that I say goodbye, for I don’t know when I will return and I have made some more dear friends this time around. To quote my Haitian friend, Russell Behrmann, Haiti does continue to “comuse” me. That is, he explains, when you are, at once, amused and confused. This trip was no different from my last in that regard. World-renowned bike race director, Rick…Continue
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Riding a bike in the Amberly Drive neighborhood has been an adventure for Kyle Helfritz.
He typically rides more than 10 miles a day on heavily traveled Bruce B. Downs Boulevard and along some scenic streets peppered with steady streams of traffic.
"Since I moved here, I have traveled along Tampa Palms Boulevard (East) and back down Bruce B. Downs Boulevard to Amberly Drive," said Helfritz, who moved to Tampa Palms more…Continue