john yarbrough linear park feasibility study

The John Yarbrough Linear Park Phase IV Feasibility Study and Winkler Canal Shared-Use Path Feasibility Study recommended alignments will be presented at the 4:30 p.m. City Council meeting on Monday, June 4, 2018.

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John Yarbrough Linear Park Feasibility Study


The City of Fort Myers has entered into a Joint Participation Agreement with the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) to determine the viability of extending the John Yarbrough Linear Park (JYLP) Trail approximately 1.8 miles north, from Colonial Boulevard to Hanson Street. Located both within the City of Fort Myers and unincorporated Lee County, the John Yarbrough Linear Park Trail is an existing, non-motorized transportation and recreation corridor just west of Metro Parkway, currently extending approximately six (6) miles, from Six Mile Cypress Parkway to Colonial Boulevard. The Feasibility Study will identify right-of-way, concept design, costs, safety, security, maintenance, and community and environmental impacts for developing a 10-foot wide shared-use path within the project study area.

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john yarbrough linear park feasibility study