Public mobility workshop first order of business
The St. Augustine City Commission met on Tuesday, December 4, to discuss the findings of a 2017 Vehicles for Hire survey and to hear a presentation of recommendations for changes to the King St. corridor, from Palmer St. to Avenida Menendez.
Click the links below for the presentation materials:
King Street Corridor: As one of three primary gateway entrances to Historic Downtown St. Augustine, the King St. corridor is a critical connector from West Augustine to the Bayfront. Public input regarding solutions to traffic flow, parking, multi-use function and aesthetic appearance will be important as updates and improvements are developed.
Vehicles for Hire study: The purpose of the study was to investigate and evaluate infrastructure impacts, mobility and economic impacts, policies and strategies, of the city's current vehicle for hire program. As part of the study, a peer-review of other similar cities was conducted and economic model of the impacts and benefits associated with for-hire vehicles in the city was developed.
Some of the current modes of transportation that qualify as vehicles for hire are sightseeing vehicles, scoot coupes, mopeds, bicycles, and animal-powered vehicles.
The two-hour workshop is available for on-demand viewing at www.CityStAugTV.com
Visit www.CityStAugMobility.com for details on the cities many actions