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The Paradise Coast Trail

The Paradise Coast Trail is a proposed 70+ mile isolated bicycle-pedestrian trail system linking North Naples, Naples, Bonita Springs, Immokalee, Ave Maria, and South Naples.  Find out more about this exciting flagship project at the Paradise Coast Trail main page.


NPC is a member of the DNT TEXT N DRV Coalition that successfully worked to pass legislation making texting while driving a primary offense.  Florida was only one of four states in the country that does not have such a law, yet Florida remains #1 in the country in bicycle fatalities and crashes. NPC continues to actively support passage of the Vulnerable Road Users legislation.

Go to Action Alert! To find out what you can do to help.

Members of the DNT TXT N DRV Coalition include:

  • AAA
  • AARP
  • American Society of Safety Engineers
  • Audible Broadcasting
  • AutoNation
  • Bike/Walk Central Florida
  • Blue Zones Project of SWFL
  • Central Florida Expressway (CFX)
  • Chemours
  • City of Orlando
  • City of Naples Mayor Bill Barnett
  • Coconut Creek Police Department
  • Concrete Coalition of Florida (CCF)
  • Collier Citizen's Council
  • Enterprise Holdings
  • Florida Asphalt Contractors Association
  • Florida Chapter American Academy of Pediatrics
  • Florida Chapter of the American College of Surgeons
  • Florida Committee on Trauma
  • Florida Concrete & Products Association
  • Florida Fire Sprinkler Association
  • Florida Independent Concrete & Associated Products Association
  • Florida Neurosurgery Society
  • Florida Orthopedic Society
  • Florida PTA
  • Florida Police Chiefs Association
  • Florida Public Health Association
  • Florida Roof Deck Association
  • Florida Sheriffs Association
  • Florida Transportation Builders Association
  • Florida Work Zone Safety Coalition
  • Masonry Association of Florida (MAF)
  • Milton Police Department
  • Naples Pathways Coalition
  • National Association of Credit Management- Improved Construction Practices Committee (NACM-ICPC)
  • National Waste & Recycling Association
  • Oviedo Police Department
  • Punta Gorda Police Department
  • Quality Block & Supply, Inc.
  • Quality Precast Co. 
  • R & R Rebar Fabricators, Inc. 
  • Republic Services
  • Southwestern Suppliers, Inc.
  • Streets Alive of SWFL
  • Town of Ponce Inlet
  • Walt Disney World Resort


Collier County has the highest percentage in the state of people who have a bicycle as their sole means of transportation.  Most often these are service workers who ride significant distances to work on busy roadways before sunrise and after sunset in dark uniforms.  A recent study by the Collier Metropolitan Planning Organization identified this segment of the population as the one most frequently involved in bicycle crashes and fatalities.

In order to prevent accidents and promote safe bicycling, Naples Pathways Coalition (NPC) conducts the Lights for Bikes project annually. NPC volunteers go to worksites and install lights and provide safety gear and language appropriate information to commuter cyclists whose only means of transportation is a bicycle. The installation is accompanied by a short safety presentation that can occur during a staff meeting.  Employees do not have to take time off work to benefit from this project.

We are very grateful to the Community Foundation of Collier County for granting the funds for the bike lights for 2019! There is NO CHARGE to have a Lights for Bikes team come to a business.  Naples Pathways Coalition conducts the project as a community service, and it is underwritten by sponsors who support NPC’s mission to create safe, bikeable, walkable communities in Collier County.

To Volunteer with this program, please email


Working in conjunction with Safe Routes to School, Collier Transportation Safety Team, and Pilot Club International NPC travels throughout the county presenting bike/ped safety rodeos for elementary and middle school children.  Kids on bicycles learn the ABC bike check system, have their helmet s fitted properly, and tackle an obstacle route designed to teach basic biking skills like turning, breaking and stopping.  Middle schoolers glued to their cell phones are timed on a walking course with and without their phones and are challenged by Nerf cars and other dangers that illustrate the hazards of distracted walking.  There are lots of other games that are fun but also enlightening.

There is NO CHARGE to have a traveling rodeo come to your school or neighborhood.  Naples Pathways Coalition conducts the project as a community service, and it is underwritten by sponsors who support NPC’s mission to create safe, bikeable, walkable communities in Collier County.

For more information about the Traveling Bike/Ped Safety Rodeo for Kids, contact or 239-777-7718.

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