Naples Pathways Coalition

Discover the Paradise Coast Trail (PCT)! Just imagine a 70-mile, paved multi-use trail that is separated from the road to walk, run, bike, rollerblade, stroll with your kids, grandkids, and fur babies without having to look over your shoulder for aggressive, distracted, speeding drivers. It's coming to Collier County - sooner with YOUR SUPPORT!  LEARN MORE


The Sunday-After-Thanksgiving Cycling tradition continues on November 28, 2021 with the 17th Annual Iron Joe Turkey Ride at the new Eagle Lakes Park. It's going to be bigger and better than ever! Safe, scenic routes, delicious food at the rest stops and a hearty lunch from Baci, beer, music, auction, raffle and more.   Register NOW for the best price!

Naples Pathways Coalition works to create safe, bikeable, walkable communities in Collier County.

ADVOCATE

We advocate on behalf of bicyclists and pedestrians for safe, bikeable, walkable communities.

EDUCATE

We educate motorists, bicyclists, and pedestrians through programs and special events.

ACT

We act on our positions and encourage citizen advocacy.


JOIN US

BECOME A MEMBER of Naples Pathways Coalition and help us create a complete system of safe streets, sidewalks, and pathways throughout Collier County. There are several membership categories...


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EVENTS


ACTION ALERTS!

Thank you for your helping us successfully make texting and driving a primary offense. We will continue pushing for stiffer penalties.



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NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

NATIONAL
2019 Dangerous by Design Report Provides Devastating News
Between 2008 and 2017, drivers struck and killed 49,340 people who were walking on streets all across the United States. That’s more than 13 people per day, or one person every hour and 46 minutes. It’s the equivalent of a jumbo jet full of people crashing—with no survivors—every single month.  read more

NPC SPONSORS

Please support these outstanding businesses that support NPC with their generosity and ongoing belief in our mission
to create safe, bikeable, walkable communities in Collier County.

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