Historic City News has learned that over 200 people were drawn to public meetings during the week of September 17-21 to attend the “St Augustine Mobility Institute” a weeklong intensive effort to learn about mobility challenges along the city’s three entrance corridors; King Street, San Marco Avenue, and Anastasia Boulevard.
The week ended with a wrap-up session Friday at City Hall. The consultants presented the results and alternatives to the public.
The City and the North Florida Transportation Planning Organization partnered to conduct the Institute, which brought subject matter experts from across the country.
Through these public sessions and public input, we were able to combine professional technical analysis with stakeholder collaboration,” said Paul Williamson, Public Affairs Director for the City of St Augustine.
The final report is expected to be completed at the end of October.