Exciting new developments with the Coastal Trail are underway! The CRTPA Board approved the use of funds for the remaining phases of the project, Design and Construction. The PD&E phase which is ongoing and anticipated to be completed in early summer of this year, includes U.S 98 from C.R. 59 which is the entrance into the St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge (eastern terminus) to Surf Road, where the existing Ochlockonee Bay Trail is located (western terminus). The section of the Coastal Trail that is funded for Design and Construction is from the existing Tallahassee to St. Marks Historic Railroad State Trail to U.S. 319. Once more funding becomes available, further efforts will be made to complete the entire project. Construction is anticipated to being in late 2016/2017.
The following links provide the agendas for Public Workshop #3. We look forward to receiving your input at these final CC2ST Workshops!
PW#3 Leon County Agenda – December 3, 2013 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
PW#3 Wakulla County Agenda – December 5, 2013 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
The following link provides CC2ST Newsletter #2, which includes more information about the project!
This Saturday, August 31st is the final day to participate in the project survey! Please click here to access the survey and give us your input on Capital City to the Sea Trails!
A printable version is available here.
Feel free to send this link to family, friends, and coworkers to participate as well!
Update: The project survey is no longer available. Thank you to everyone who participated and provided input. Although the survey is no longer available, there are still many opportunities to provide input into the project. Please continue to follow the project website for more information.