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Jacksonville's High Frequency Crash Sites

It may be a part of one's due diligence to be less concerned about the potential for crime in a neighborhood and more concerned about the likelihood of being involved in a car accident.

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Draft of Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan Released

Now available for review, the North Florida TPO wants to know what you think about the draft of their Regional Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan.

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JTA Skyway's TIGER Grant Application

Metro Jacksonville shares the Jacksonville Transportation Authority's Brooklyn Skyway Extension and Station Development's application for a 2013 TIGER Discretionary Grant.

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Bike Sharing In Jacksonville? Why Not?

Bike sharing systems are mushrooming in cities all over the globe. With the Jacksonville Transportation Authority (JTA) now looking into the feasibility of this popular alternative mobility choice, it may be only a matter of time before Jacksonville has a system of its own.

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Skyway + Brooklyn + Fire Station 5 = URBAN DYNAMO

Metro Jacksonville’s Robert Mann has developed a potential solution for the preservation of Brooklyn’s Fire Station 5 and the Skyway’s overall image. Here is a look into what he believes can become an urban dynamo.

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Touring Jacksonville's S-Line Urban Greenway

A product of the Rails-to-trails Conservancy's Urban Pathways initiative, the S-Line Urban Greenway is Jacksonville's first dedicated urban bike path.

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A Look at BRT: Cleveland's HealthLine

As the Jacksonville Transportation Authority (JTA) looks into investing our hard earned tax dollars into Bus Rapid Transit (BRT), Metro Jacksonville takes a look at what many have called the most successful recent BRT rollout to date: Cleveland's HealthLine.

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Ray LaHood Announces 568 Applications for TIGER Grants

The Jacksonville Transportation Authority has submitted a TIGER grant application to the U.S. Department of Transportation to obtain funding for the Skyway's expansion to Brooklyn. However, they won't be alone in their request for a piece of the grant's $474 million. 568 applications, totaling more...

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Rethinking the Jacksonville Transportation Center

Eight city blocks, five massive new buildings, four stand alone stations, and hundreds of millions of dollars will buy us a dysfunctional transportation center. The alternative is, remodel the Prime Osborn to reflect its original purpose by removing most of a single building, adding pavement and train...

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A Streetcar for Downtown Fort Lauderdale

While we continue to sell the benefits of a streetcar for urban revitalization efforts, another Florida city is prepared to implement their own downtown system. Today, Metro Jacksonville takes a look at Fort Lauderdale's proposed streetcar system.

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