CTTF Board releases Ponte Vedra Beach/Palm Valley traffic study survey


The Ponte Vedra/Palm Valley Citizens Traffic Task Force Board (CTTF), on Monday Oct. 9, circulated the first of its two online traffic surveys through the emailing lists of the Ponte Vedra Beaches Coalition, the Ponte Vedra Community Association, the Palm Valley Community Association, the Ponte Vedra Municipal Service District, the North Ponte Vedra Beaches Coalition and the Sawgrass, Marsh Landing, Plantation and Player’s Club homeowners associations.

The survey is intended to collect input on short-term improvements (~ five years) that can be made to various intersections in Ponte Vedra Beach and Palm Valley that would improve traffic flow and safety at those locations. A second survey will be circulated in mid-November asking for input on the widening of A1A and Mickler Road. Both surveys were developed by the CTTF Board to solicit feedback from area residents and businesses as a result of recommendations proposed in a recent study commissioned by St. Johns County and the North Florida Transportation Planning Organization.

Area residents and businesses who do not belong to one of the communities listed above can participate by using the link https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Trafficother.

All area residents are encouraged to complete both the short-term and the long-term surveys. By doing so, they will assist the CTTF Board in prioritizing the individual projects and help determine which improvements, if any, should be made.