Collier County Transit Development Plan Annual Report 15-Day Public Comment Period Announced

The Collier Public Transit & Neighborhood Enhancement (PTNE) Division is announcing a 15-day public comment period for the Draft Transit Development Plan (TDP) Annual Report. 

In order to receive State Block Grant Funds for transit system operations, each transit agency must develop a Transit Development Plan (TDP) Major Update every five years and an annual update/progress report for all other years. The deadline for all TDP updates is September 1st.  This year the requirement is to develop an annual update/progress report.  This report addresses the past year’s accomplishments as compared to the original implementation program; analyzes any discrepancies between the plan and its implementation and steps that will be taken to attain original goals and objectives.  It makes any revisions to the implementation program for the coming year based on the annual review; adds recommendations for the new tenth year of the updated plan; revises the financial plan; and revises the list of projects or services needed to meet the goals and objectives; including projects for which funding may not have been identified.

The public comment period for the Draft TDP Annual Report will end on June 2nd, 2023.  The Draft TDP Annual Report will be on display at the customer service desks at the sites listed below:


Naples City Hall

735 8th Street South



Collier County Growth Management Division

2885 S. Horseshoe Drive



Collier County Public Transit and Neighborhood Enhancement / CAT Administrative Office

8300 Radio Road



Everglades City Hall

102 Copeland Avenue N.

Everglades City


Marco Island City Hall

50 Bald Eagle Drive

Marco Island


Collier County Public Library

2385 Orange Blossom Drive



Southwest Florida Works

750 S. 5th Street



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Collier Area Transit complies with Federal Transit Administration (FTA) program requirements. It ensures that transit services are made available and equitably distributed and provides equal access and mobility to any person without regard to race, color, or national origin. Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964; FTA Circular 4702.1A, “Title VI and Title VI Dependent Guidelines for Federal Transit Administration Recipients. 

For more information on the document, contact Public Transit & Neighborhood Enhancement Division Planner Alexander Showalter at (239) 252-5849 or