The ECCL Transportation Council works alongside the agencies planning and funding roads in and around Estero and surrounding communities – sometimes decades in advance.
To proactively support the adequate funding and planning for safe and sufficient roadways in and serving Estero and surrounding communities.
What we’re doing…
Roadways in Estero and surrounding communities are built and maintained by a variety of local, state and even national agencies, as well as private organizations. Planning and funding for these roads is done years in advance. The only way to have an impact is to be involved before the problem is evident.
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The Interstate 75 interchange at Corkscrew Road is failing to adequately handle traffic during peak hours of usage. As Estero’s only connection to the interstate highway system, this interchange is a source of continual aggravation as traffic routinely backs up,...
At the March 23, 2016 Village Council meeting, Don Eslick, Interim Chairman of the Estero Council of Community Leaders, spoke about the use of roundabouts. He stated the Metropolitan Planning Organization is conducting a study of 18 different intersections to...
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