The objective of this project is to design the trail gap connecting the ECFRRT to the A. Max Brewer Bridge on the north side, as another portion of the C2C Trail is currently under design on the north side of S.R. 406 (436187-3), beginning at the eastern end of the A. Max Brewer Bridge and extending to the Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge (MINWR) kiosk milepost. Beyond this point, a PD&E Study is underway to continue the C2C Trail to the coast (437093-1).
In early 2015, the department initiated a Corridor Planning Study (CPS) which identified the need to complete a gap in the planned Coast-to-Coast (C2C) Trail, referred to as the Titusville Gap. The connection needed is between the end of the East Central Florida Regional Rail Trail (ECFRRT) on Indian River Avenue at State Road (S.R.) 406 (Garden Street), and the western end of the A. Max Brewer Bridge at the Sand Point Park entrance.