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Detour on State Road 421 at Railroad Crossing

Detour on State Road 421 Florida Department of Transportation RON DESANTIS GOVERNOR 719 South Woodland Boulevard DeLand, FL  32720-6834 KEVIN J. THIBAULT, P.E. SECRETARY   For Immediate Release May 3, 2021 Contact: Jessica Ottaviano 386-943-5473 Jessica.Ottaviano@dot.state.fl.us Detour on State Road 421 (Dunlawton Avenue) at Railroad Crossing The closure will run from Saturday, May 8, through […]

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Transit Development Plan Public Workshops

Public Workshop Flyer – Phase II Public Workshop Flyer – Phase II_Spanish Votran is currently updating its Transit Development Plan (TDP) for future transit services in Volusia County. Please join one of the following public workshops to provide your feedback to develop a successful plan that will meet the community’s transit needs in the next […]

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Spring to Spring Trail Ribbon Cutting

05-22-21 DeLeon Springs Trail Ribbon Cutting Media contact: Pat Kuehn, CPRC Community Information Specialist 386-822-5062, ext. 12934 Trail Ribbon Cutting Set for May 22 Walkers, joggers, inline skaters, bicyclists and people with disabilities now have another mile of trail to enjoy in West Volusia. The Volusia County Council will cut the ribbon for the newest […]

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Public Comment Period Open on Connect 2045 Proposed Amendment

River to Sea Transportation Planning Organization Connect 2045 Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) Proposed Amendment for Public Review The River to Sea TPO is seeking to amend the Connect 2045 Long Range Transportation Plan to reflect updated funding for the Central Florida Commuter Rail System Phase II North Expansion.  This project will make needed track […]

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Participate with FDOT Alert Today at the SE Guide Dogs Walkathon

2021 SE Guidedogs Walkathon Flyer 2020 SE_Guide_Dogs_Thank_You FDOT’s Alert Today pedestrian and bicycle safety program is sponsoring this year’s Southeastern Guide Dogs National Walkathon Day! Please ‘join us’ to help raise awareness for pedestrian safety by joining the walkathon on Saturday, May 1st. You can participate in the following ways: Walk on your own, in […]

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Votran Public Meetings Scheduled

Votran plans public meetings to discuss schedule changes April 12, 2021 Votran has two public meetings scheduled to inform residents of upcoming service changes that may impact some users. Meetings are planned from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 4 to 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 21, at the Pierson Community Center, 124 W. Washington Ave.; […]

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Florida Outdoor Recreation Survey

The Office of Greenways and Trails is looking to get input from around the state and we need your help! We have developed a survey to better understand how the pandemic has influenced how we recreate outdoors in Florida. Please use the attached flyers to distribute the survey as you see fit. There is a […]

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FDOT District Five Bicycle Pedestrian Master Plan User Survey

BPMP User Survey Flyer FDOT District Five is developing a Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan to support our partners in the planning, design, construction, and operations of sidewalks, bicycle facilities, and pedestrian crossings. The District has developed a User Survey to better understand the walking and biking needs and interests of Central Florida residents. How […]

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Audit Request for Proposals (RFP) Open

The River to Sea TPO is currently soliciting responses from qualified firms interested in conducting the annual Financial Audit for the River to Sea Transportation Planning Organization (TPO). To be considered responsive applicants must meet the following criteria: The audit firm is independent and licensed to practice in the State of Florida The audit firm’s […]

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East Central Florida Regional Resilience Collaborative Summit Events

Events ​101 Series: ​Resilience 101 – Lunch and Learn              April 7th, 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm ​Click Here to Register for R2C 101 Series on Resilience This primer explores resilience and the application of the concept. Geared toward elected local government officials, city/county managers, and their senior staff to […]

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