NEW! 11/13/15

Nov '15
A1A Update Presentation

A1A Analysis
Corridor Alignments
Revised 11/13/15:

Nov '15
Plan Sheets 1-8

Nov '15
Plan Sheets 9-16

Nov '15
Plan Sheets 17-24

Nov '15
Plan Sheets 25-33

A1A Analysis
Corridor Alignments:

Dec '13
Patrick Air Force Base

Dec '13
Base to One-Way Pairs

Dec '13
One-Way Pairs to
Cocoa Beach City Limits

Dec '13
Cape Canaveral

Previous News:

View A1A Meeting Flyer

A1A Presentation

A1A Displays

Dec '13
A1A Presentation

A1A Update, August 2013

January 2013
A1A Multimodal Corridor
Planning and Engineering
Analysis Phase I – Outreach and Assessment Summary Report

December 20th, 2012
A1A Action Team Meeting Presentation

October 17th, 2012
A1A Corridor Charette Presentation































Introduction & Purpose

" The vision of the A1A Multimodal Planning and Engineering Analysis is to have a corridor that functions as a safe and efficient multimodal corridor that connects and supports the economic viability of several communities. The corridor should be aesthetically pleasing while providing a sense of community through innovation, design and connectivity."

SR A1A is an important community resource both in terms of the roadway’s mobility and its function as the main economic lifeline of Brevard County’s coastal communities. SR A1A connects and provides access to the County’s important economic and employment centers: Cape Canaveral Space Port, Kennedy Space Center, Port Canaveral, Patrick Air Force Base, and its beaches. SR A1A is also a designated national scenic byway and serves as the spine of one of the region’s environmental treasures, the Indian River Lagoon. The corridor is heavily associated with Florida beach culture and is the community’s access to beautiful scenery and ocean vistas. It is also a hurricane evacuation route, as well as an important commuter corridor for local residents

The SR A1A Multimodal Corridor Planning and Engineering Analysis project was initiated based on activities of the A1A Action Team, consisting of a group of organizations, businesses and residences along the SR A1A Corridor. The project was further molded by the Space Coast TPO to combine planning and design efforts to provide a more efficient project delivery process. By combining the planning and engineering/design components in a project of this magnitude, this effort is unique. The results have included a consensus on potential improvement strategies that can be implemented by a variety of groups and agencies.

The A1A Action Team is working with the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) to address locally identified transportation, community planning and urban design issues. Projects identified by the A1A Action Team include corridor beautification, wayfinding signage, undergrounding of utilities, pedestrian and bicycle facility enhancements, intersection improvements and several other infrastructure improvements.

A1A Streetscape

Project LogoAction A1A Logo

Thank you to all that participated in helping to shape the project logo for the A1A Multimodal Corridor Planning & Engineering Analysis project. The logo shown at the right is the result of the comments received through the Branding Exercise Survey conducted in August 2012.


Current Activity

In Phase I, the Kimley-Horn and Associates (KHA) team, completed an assessment of the A1A corridor's existing conditions and solicited the opinions of the A1A community. A synopsis of the information gathered and recommendations of the community and FDOT can be viewed by clicking here.

Phase II of the A1A Multimodal Improvement Corridor project included developing specific concept plans and recommendations, as available via the links on the left side of this page.

An update to the Action Team was presented November 10, 2015, with the presentation available by clicking here.

Next Steps

The Florida Department of Transportation is further vetting the recommended improvements prior to initiating design phases.

For More Information

For additional information on the project or items contained in this update please contact:


Ginger Corless,


Heather Garcia,