US Highway 19 North Corridor Study
The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), Forward Pinellas, and Pinellas County have long-range plans to improve transportation operations in the US 19 corridor. These plans include elevating the mainline highway at major intersections and providing interchanges and frontage roads for local access.
FDOT and Forward Pinellas have also undertaken the US 19 Pedestrian & Bicycle Safe Access to Transit Corridor Study to examine opportunities to improve safety and accessibility. In addition, Forward Pinellas is embarking on a two-year visioning study for the US 19 corridor as one of its SPOTlight emphasis areas.
In cooperation with these efforts, Pinellas County is conducting economic, demographic and market analyses in the US 19 corridor in the vicinity of Curlew Road to just north of East Klosterman Road. The information gathered in this study will inform the need for potential future action plans to address transportation, land use, economic, and/or community identified issues and opportunities in this portion of unincorporated Pinellas County.
- Investigate existing demographic, employment, and market conditions in the corridor
- Develop projections for future conditions
- Determine appropriate future planning efforts
Get Involved / Community Outreach:
Opportunities for community involvement will be provided throughout the study.
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or concerns about the corridor study.
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