Pinellas Wants Lealman Residents to Talk About Transportation
Pinellas County officials want to know what kinds of transportation improvements are needed in the unincorporated Lealman area.
LEALMAN – Pinellas County is conducting an online survey to gather feedback from Lealman residents regarding the transportation improvements they would like to see most in their community.
Comments from residents will help county planners as they develop the Linking Lealman mobility plan. The plan seeks to improve how everyone in Lealman moves: by car, bicycle, bus, mobility device, and on foot.
Improvements for all travel modes are being considered, including sidewalks, bicycle lanes, turning lanes, medians, crosswalks, multi-use paths, street connections, signals, lighting, bicycle racks, benches and signs in the unincorporated Lealman area. Lealman is generally located between Pinellas Park and St. Petersburg in south Pinellas County.
The Linking Lealman plan will identify challenges and opportunities and look at alternative improvements. The goal is to develop a plan that can be implemented with county capital improvement funds.
The online survey will be active until 11:59 p.m. April 30 at peakdemocracy.com/portals/255/Issue_6031.
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