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Bicycle and Pedestrian Partnership Council

Office Manager
Carmen Monroy
Director, Office of
Policy Planning

605 Suwannee Street
Tallahassee, FL 32399

Tel: 850-414-4800
Fax: 850-414-4898
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Welcome to the Florida Bicycle and Pedestrian Partnership Council (BPPC) information site. The formation of the BPPC was announced on April 8, 2010. This Web site will be used to provide information about the BPPC including Meeting materials, recommendations, focus areas, annual report and other resources.


Council News

Council Information
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Related Information
U.S. Bike Routes

September 23, 2015 - The Florida Bicycle and Pedestrian Council will meet at 9:00 A.M. The meeting will be held at the Florida Department of Education, 325 West Gaines Street, and the draft agenda will be available 2 week prior to the meeting.
June 24, 2015 Meeting Cancelled Icon

March 10, 2015 Meeting - The Florida Bicycle and Pedestrian Partnership Council met in Tallahassee. The meeting materials are now available.

Council's 2014 Annual Report - The Council's 2014 Annual Report is now available for review.

Positive Spin People - This blog by Council Member Becky Afonso identifies recipients of the 2014 Florida Bicycle Association Annual Awards and the great work they are doing through the state. .

2015 State Legislative Bills - Below are links to several transportation related bills filed in the Florida House and Senate.

2015 Federal Legislative Bills - Below is a link to a transportation related bill filed in the U.S. House.
Coast to Coast Connector - The Coast to Coast Connector (C2C Connector) is a significant effort to provide a safe and continuous multi-use trail from the Gulf of Mexico to the Atlantic Ocean through Central Florida. The C2C Connector is roughly 275 miles with approximately 75 percent of the corridor already developed and open to the public or funded for completion. The latest edition of the C2C Connector Newsletter is now available so you can keep up to date on the trail's progress.

Comprehensive Study to Reduce Pedestrian Crashes in Florida - The final report is now available.