• Percentage of lane miles with bicycle and pedestrian facilities.
  • The Jacksonville and Lower St. Johns River Watersheds Coastal Resilience Assessment focuses on identifying areas of open space where the implementation of restoration or conservation actions could build human community resilience and fish and wildlife habitat in the face of increasing storms and flooding impacts. The study is important to the area along the St. Johns River in Florida because the majority of the watershed features relatively flat topography at low elevation near the coast, which contributes to a high level of vulnerability. This area is vulnerable on three fronts: inland flooding moving downstream, coastal flooding moving upstream, and sea level rise. This assessment combines human community assets, threats, stressors, and fish and wildlife habitat spatial data in a unique decision support tool to identify Resilience Hubs, which are defined as large area of contiguous land, that could help protect human communities from storm impacts while also providing important habitat to fish and wildlife if appropriate conservation or restoration actions are taken to preserve them in their current state. The Hubs were scored based on a Community Vulnerability Index that represents the location of human assets and their exposure to flooding events combined with Fish and Wildlife Richness Index that represents the number of fish and wildlife habitats in a given area. Local stakeholders and experts were critical to the assessment process by working with the project team to identify priority fish and wildlife species in the watershed and provide data sets and project ideas that have potential to build human community resilience and fish and wildlife habitat within the Jacksonville and Lower St. Johns River Watersheds.
  • The American Community Survey (ACS) helps local officials, community leaders, and businesses understand the changes taking place in their communities. It is the premier source for detailed population and housing information about our nation.
  • Dataset
    Port tonnage, containers, and automobiles shipped.
  • Transportation system management of incidents including durations and clearance times.
  • Safety Performance Management Measures regulation supports the Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) and requires State Departments of Transportation (DOTs) and Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs) to set HSIP targets for 5 safety performance measures. This document highlights the requirements specific to MPOs and provides a comparison of MPO and State DOT responsibilities.
  • Summary of performance measures to optimize system utilization and quality of travel.
  • System utilization and congestion on state roads.
  • CSV
    Aviation Passengers and Cargo for the Jacksonville International Airport (JIA) and Northeast Florida Regional Airport.
  • Online map tool that allows users to determine if a specific resource (or multiple resources) will be exposed to coastal flooding. The types of flooding presented are FEMA flood hazard zones, storm surge for evacuation planning, depth of flood at defined storm occurrence intervals, and sea level rise at defined water levels. The flood layers can be overlaid on a variety of data to graphically analyze where specific vulnerabilities occur – from critical facilities and population density to low income and minority populations and critical environmental habitats.
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