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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

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.

Resources

Council News

Council Information
Meetings
Best Practices
News Clips
Related Information
U.S. Bike Routes
Upcoming Events
Bike & Ped Maps

August 2-3, 2016 - The Florida Bicycle and Pedestrian Partnership Council will meet together with the Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Coalition at the USF Research Park facility in Tampa. An agenda will be posted prior to the meeting.

June 22, 2016 Meeting - The Florida Bicycle and Pedestrian Partnership Council met in Tallahassee. The meeting materials are now available.

The Bicycle and Pedestrian Partnership Council 2015 Annual Report is now available for review.

USDOT and CDC Transportation and Health Tool - The Transportation and Health Tool was developed by the U.S. Department of Transportation and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to provide easy access to data that practitioners can use to examine the health impacts of transportation systems.


The tool provides data on a set of transportation and public health indicators for each U.S. state and metropolitan area that describe how the transportation environment affects safety, active transportation, air quality, and connectivity to destinations. You can use the tool to quickly see how your state or metropolitan area compares with others in addressing key transportation and health issues. It also provides information and resources to help agencies better understand the links between transportation and health and to identify strategies to improve public health through transportation planning and policy.

Coast to Coast Trail - Upon completion, the Coast-to-Coast Trail will be a continuous paved multi-use trail across the State of Florida from the Gulf of Mexico to the Atlantic Ocean. It will span approximately 250 miles when completed. The Connector is approximately 75 percent complete. Completion is expected around year 2020. The C2C will link communities between St. Petersburg and Titusville. The C2C includes two of the state’s most popular trails, the Fred Marquis Pinellas Trail and the West Orange Trail, both of which have fueled the economic transformation of communities, particularly Dunedin and Winter Garden. This corridor also includes significant portions of the developing 51 mile East Central Regional Rail Trail, the longest single rail-trail corridor ever acquired by the state.