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Many rural communities in the FDOT District Three area need transportation investment to handle growing population and economic activities. Others need assistance to maintain their existing transportation network to properly serve a spread-out community and ensure connectivity.

To address these needs, the Regional Rural Transportation Plan will consider safety, systems connectivity, resilience, and ACES (automated, connected, electric, and shared-use) vehicles to provide a cost-effective transportation system able to address natural and manmade disasters.

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This map includes current rural transportation system data including freight movements (Truck Volume), non-motorized trails (Existing Florida Greenways and Trails), recreation (Parks and Recreation), and traffic patterns directly impacting the RRTP. 

PROJECT UPDATES

  • Phase I of public engagement is complete!
     

  • Phase II of public engagement will take place this summer.

Upcoming

meetings!

Regional Rural Transportation Plan's (RRTP) Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) meeting:

  • Thursday, July 11th 2024

  • 1:30 p.m. CT/ 2:30 p.m. ET

  • Virtual meeting through Microsoft Teams

  • Agenda

  • All persons are invited. 

 

Non-TAC Members who would like to attend: reach out to Mary O'Brien at least 24 hours in advance for the meeting link. mobrien@arpc.org or 850-312-3708

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The Regional Rural Transportation Plan (RRTP) is a partnership between the Florida Department of Transportation, the Apalachee Regional Planning Council, and the five rural counties of the Apalachee Region (Calhoun, Franklin, Gulf, Jackson, and Liberty County).

 

The purpose of the Plan is to collect information on the five-county area’s greatest transportation needs.

 

Once finalized, the Regional Rural Transportation Plan will outline short- and long-term transportation projects for the next 20 years.

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