Transportation Planning

Transportation planning is about providing a safe, cost effective, and functional transportation system for all residents of and visitors to Santa Rosa County that appropriately balances access and mobility needs.

Functions

It is the function of Transportation Planning to:

  • Provide public information and assistance
  • Administer and implement the comprehensive plan
  • Be responsible for special projects
  • Provide representation on Regional Transportation Planning Organizations
  • Coordinate with the Florida Department of Transportation on transportation related decisions
  • Administer and implement transportation grants

Community Resources

Check to protect logo

Right now, 53 Million vehicles on the road have open recalls. Find out if your vehicle has an open recall. Its free to check and free to repair at a dealer. Just click this link and enter your VIN (Vehicle Identification Number). Click the logo for more information.

Florida Department of Transportation logo

The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) and its partners are updating the Florida Transportation Plan (FTP), and we want you to get involved. As we develop the next FTP, we want to hear from you to understand the transportation issues and concerns that are most important to Floridians. Click the logo for more information.

Florida Occupant Protection Coalition logo

The Florida Occupant Protection Coalition (FOPC) identifies and prioritizes Florida’s most pressing occupant protection issues. The Coalition is responsible for overseeing the implementation of the Occupant Protection Strategic Plan which serve as the blueprint for legislation, program, and funding strategies to maximize Florida’s ability to reduce unrestrained motor vehicle occupant crashes. Click the logo for more information. Click the logo for more information.

Strategic Highway Safety Plan logo

The Strategic Highway Safety Plan (SHSP) is a statewide data-driven safety plan for all of Florida’s road users. The plan is the state’s five-year comprehensive safety plan for achieving Florida’s vision of zero traffic-related fatalities. The SHSP includes 13 Emphasis Areas that guide Florida’s roadway safety efforts. Click the logo for more information.