TBRPC Attends Final Pasco County Installment of Coast to Coast Trail Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

On November 13, 2020, The TBRPC attended the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the final Pasco County trail segment of the Coast-To-Coast recreational trail, which will ultimately connect a network of preexisting trail segments with the entire state of Florida. The whole project will create a 250-mile multi-use trail connecting downtown St. Petersburg to Titusville on Florida’s East Coast. This 2.4-mile segment connects the Pinellas Trail to the Starkey Boulevard Trail. The Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council has been involved in the development & planning of the Coast to Coast trail, working with numerous transportation partners throughout the state. The Ribbon cutting was led by Pasco County Commissioner Kathryn Starkey, Pasco County Commissioners & staff, and other local leaders from the Tampa Bay region. The Coast-To-Coast Trail will have a significant economic impact on the state and is expected to entice visitors worldwide.

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