East Bay Boulevard plan features roundabouts, crosswalks, parking

Changing the speed limit on East Bay Boulevard won’t slow down speeders, but roundabouts might.

That was the assessment presented to residents and stakeholders Monday night at Live Oak Church as part of the final public workshop for the East Bay Boulevard Corridor Management Plan.

Directed by the Florida-Alabama Transportation Planning Organization (TPO) and funded through state and federal dollars, the corridor management plan aims to create a list of improvements for the nine-mile-long East Bay travel corridor based on citizen concerns and needs backed by data.

Read the full article in the Feb. 27 issue of Navarre Press.

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One Response to "East Bay Boulevard plan features roundabouts, crosswalks, parking"

  1. quantum  February 28, 2020 at 7:36 am

    What “speeders” are we talking about?
    The old people (who go out driving around for no reason at 35mph during main commuting times) must be the ones complaining about “speeders”.
    How about you add alternating “passing” lanes instead of putting in all this unnecessary crap.

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