The Trails Plan

The Trails Plan, a component of the Regional Mobility Plan addresses the need for a connected hard surface trail system within and throughout the CRTPA region. The hard surface trail system is intended to provide a commuting alternative for individuals who seek non-motorized transportation options with emphasis placed on limiting exposure to motor vehicles along the commute. The Trails Plan was adopted by the CRTPA Board on March 21, 2011.

Maps and tables of the components of the Trails Plan can be viewed below or you may contact a member of the CRTPA staff to view them in person at the CRTPA office.


Trails and Greenways Existing Conditions Map

Existing Hard Surfaces Trails List

Existing Tallahassee Trails

Existing Leon County Trails

Existing Jefferson County Trails

Existing Gadsden County Trails

Existing Wakulla County

Future Trails Connectivity

Proposed Cost Estimates

Proposed Leon County

Proposed Tallahassee

Proposed Gadsden County

Proposed Jefferson County

Proposed Wakulla County

History of Public Involvement

The Trails Plan had its first public meeting on Wednesday, January 19, 2011 at the Jack McLean Jr. Community Center in Tallahassee. This meeting introduced the existing trails network in the region as it exists today to the community for input. The second public meeting was held on Wednesday, February 16, 2011 at the Leroy Collins Public Library in Tallahassee. This meeting presented the proposed hard surface trail connections within the region to reflect the input from the community. Where property could not be identified to connect existing hard surface trails without utilizing the on-road system, roadway improvements were identified to provide dedicated accommodations.

The Trails Plan was approved by the CRTPA committees on March 8, 2011 and adopted by the CRTPA Board on March 21, 2011.

If you have questions or comments about the Trails Plan, please feel free to contact Lynn Barr at 891-6801.


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