The City of Sanibel has a long-standing and celebrated commitment to providing residents and visitors with a variety of safe and convenient transportation and recreation options. The City’s Shared Use Path system is one of the most visible ways that this is accomplished. The City’s current Path system extends over 26 miles and spans from Lighthouse Beach Park on the eastern end of the island to the Blind Pass Bridge on the western end.
The current version of the City’s Shared Use Master plan was adopted in 2009 and has guided the implementation of updates to the shared-use path system for the past decade. The City of Sanibel, in collaboration with the Lee County Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), has commenced an update to the Sanibel Shared Use Master Plan. The Master Plan Update is being conducted to recognize the improvements completed over the past decade and will guide the long-term vision for the Shared Use Path system.
Additional Information for this project can be found at www.sanibelbikeped.com (opens new window) .
For more information, please contact Keith Williams, P.E., Director of Community Services Department at (239) 472-6397 by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org .
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