BREVARD COUNTY - The Space Coast Transportation Planning Organization is inviting the public to provide input into their first Transportation Resiliency Master Plan.
The SCTPO continually monitors the conditions of Brevard’s transportation system, which includes roads, bicycle and pedestrian facilities, airports, seaports, spaceports, rails, and public transit. We work with our citizens, local governments, transportation agencies, and elected officials, to help shape our future system and address the transportation needs of Brevard County.
SCTPO is currently developing a plan to identify and define the threats to our transportation system and recommend strategies to overcome those challenges and improve the adaptability and recovery of the system.
Transportation resiliency is vital to the complex network of infrastructure, communications, economy, tourism and the unique environment of the space coast.
The county needs to have a plan to meet the challenges posed to our transportation network by aging infrastructure, shock events like hurricanes, and stress factors like sea level rise.
The Space Coast TPO would like you to voice the changes you'd like to see in order to preserve and provide a resilient, secure transportation system through balancing social and environmental resources.
The public is invited to share input on transportation resiliency at 2 upcoming public hearings.
1. Wednesday April 14 at 12 noon at the Titusville Chamber Membership luncheon at the Holiday Inn Titusville/Kennedy Space Center, 4715 Helen Hauser Blvd. in Titusville. Visit this website to register - https://bit.ly/3sItSTL.
2. Friday May 7 a virtual event from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. online with the East Central Florida Regional Planning Council which will be holding a virtual summit. Visit this website to register - https://bit.ly/3um6tYS.