Sunbeam Road Study Kicks Off with Survey
The North Florida TPO is assisting the City of Jacksonville with a study of Sunbeam Road from SR 13/San Jose Boulevard to US 1/Philips Highway. The study will recommend ways to enhance traffic conditions, with a focus on enhancing safety and comfort for those who walk or bicycle.

If you live or travel within the study area, please take a few minutes to answer the questions below. We appreciate your participation and dedication to improving traffic conditions in your community.
Join Us April 8 at UNF for Drive Electric Earth Day
More Study Updates!
Thanks to the 580 people who participated in our SR 13 survey. Your input is critical to identifying ways to improve mobility and safety in the area. The study will be completed this summer.

Coming in April - Regional Bike/Ped Master Plan Update

This study will update the regional bicycle and pedestrian master plan to identify gaps and opportunities to connect sidewalks, trails and bicycle facilities supporting complete streets projects throughout our region
Public Participation Plan Update
Available for Review
The TPO updated our Public Participation Plan to reflect two changes. First, the Duval County Transportation Disadvantaged Local Coordinating Board is now being managed by the Northeast Florida Regional Council. Second, due to a change in Florida legislation, routine monthly meetings are no longer required to be advertised in daily print newspapers. The TPO will continue to advertise these meetings on our website, e-news and social media. Please review the draft plan and submit comments by April 9, 2023.
FDOT to Host Grand Opening and Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony for the Fuller Warren Shared Use Path
FDOT will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony to mark the grand opening of the Fuller Warren Shared Use Path (SUP):

Thursday, April 6 at 11 a.m.
Riverside Arts Market
715 Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville, FL 32204

FDOT plans to host media for a tour of the Shared Use Path prior to opening; more details will be announced soon.
In keeping with FDOT’s goals of improving safety and enhancing mobility, the Fuller Warren Shared Use Path will serve the residents and visitors of Jacksonville by providing pedestrian and bicycle connections between the Riverside and San Marco communities. Joining the Main Street Bridge and the Acosta Bridge, the Fuller Warren SUP will become the third point of access for pedestrians and bicyclists to cross the St. Johns River in Jacksonville. 

Spanning the St. Johns River at 4,654 feet long and 12 feet wide, the Fuller Warren SUP includes two 6-foot lanes for east/west traffic and features two rest/observation areas featuring panoramic views of the St. Johns River. Users can access the SUP from Riverside Avenue in Riverside, from Palm Avenue in San Marco or from the sidewalk adjacent to the river behind Nemours Children’s Hospital.
The Fuller Warren SUP is part of the $126 million operational improvements project at I-10 and I-95.
Contact: Daryl Goss
(386) 984-5392 |
Upcoming Meetings
April 5 @ 10 a.m. - Technical Advisory Committee
April 5 @ 2 p.m. - Citizens Advisory Committee
April 13 @ 10 a.m. - Board Meeting
980 North Jefferson St.
Jacksonville, FL 32209
(904) 306-7500