Enforcement Phase Set to Begin for Bicyclist and Pedestrian Safety In Four Areas of Jacksonville

April 10, 2017  
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JACKSONVILLE, FL (April 10, 2017) – Starting the week of April 17th, the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office will begin issuing citations as part of the second phase of a four-month grant from the Florida Department of Transportation.

The deployments, focused on bicyclist and pedestrian safety, began in the beginning of February in four high traffic areas prone to motor vehicle crashes involving pedestrians, cyclists and motorcycles, and fatalities. During the first two months of the grant’s period of operation, citizen/driver education materials were distributed during interactions with individuals in these areas.
 
The agency will continue to collect data on the deployments for submission to FDOT.
 
At a minimum, one deployment will take place per week at one of the locations identified below. At least one deployment is scheduled to take place at each location every month.
 
The deployments will take place at the following locations:

  • Corridor of 103rd Street from Hillman Drive to Blanding Boulevard
  • Corridor of Atlantic Boulevard from Cortez Road to Arlington Road
  • Corridor of US 23 from I-95 to N. Canal Street
  • Corridor of US 90 from St. John’s Bluff Road S. to S. Shores Road
 
To view the public notice of these deployments please click here*. (posted January 23, 2017)
 
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