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The St Johns River to Sea (SJR2C) Loop Trail Gap PD&E Study is completed.  

 

The SJR2C Loop Trail Gap between Lake Beresford Park and Grand Avenue is a multi-use trail in Volusia County that will close the 3.6-mile gap between existing trails within Lake Beresford Park to the south, and the junction of Grand Avenue and Minnesota Avenue to the north, in DeLand.

 

The St. Johns River to Sea Loop (SJR2C) is a 260-mile trail system that will link together several communities including St. Augustine, Daytona Beach, Titusville, DeLand, and Palatka. This project is part of a greater effort to close the trail gaps and complete the St. Johns River to Sea Loop.

A PD&E study is the FDOT’s process for adhering to the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and related federal and state statutes. This process involves preliminary engineering to determine multi-use trail concepts; environmental evaluations to assess impacts associated with a new multi-use trail; and extensive public involvement and agency coordination.

All final PD&E Study reports are now available on this page.  A final newsletter was sent to property owners and other interested parties on August 11, 2020. 

Please contact the FDOT Project Manager, David Graeber, at 386-943-5182 or by email at David.graeber@dot.statel.fl.us for more information.

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