The Project Development & Environment (PD&E) Study for the Coastal Trail (the US 98 Corridor) is underway. The PD&E Study is the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) study required for federal funding eligibility. To learn more about the status of this project, read the Coastal Trail Newsletter.
Coastal Trail Newsletter
The US Forest Service is requesting comments on the Trout Pond North Trail corridor. Comments are due July 17th, 2014. Comments can include your support for the trail, specific facts, or other comments.
To assist in providing comments, you can use the form below. Alternatively, comments can be submitted via email to email@example.com. Download the letter from the US Forest Service and accompanying map for additional information.
The Capital City to the Sea Trails project team has several pieces of big news to share!
Master Plan Adopted
The Capital City to the Sea Trails Master Plan was adopted by the CRTPA Board during their April 14th Retreat. Thank you to everyone who provided input during the development of this Master Plan. The Master Plan is available for download here.
The second project video, A Celebration of Design, is also available.
Although the Master Plan is complete, momentum for the Capital City to the Sea Trails is still growing. The Project Development & Environment (PD&E) Study for the US 98 Corridor, the #1 ranked project, was approved and will kickoff soon. The PD&E Study is the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) study required for federal funding eligibility. Additionally, the Apalachicola National Forest (ANF) is taking the lead to complete the NEPA documentation for Trout Pond Trail North from Bloxham Cuttoff Road (SR 276) north to Munson Slough. This website will be updated as information for these two projects becomes available.