From Commissioner Solis:
See below for Collier County’s latest update on Phases 4a, 4b and 5 for this project.
Attached is an excellent recap of this project by Julie Beck Maddox, who is experiencing this project first hand. They have established a Facebook account:
If you are a Facebook user, we encourage you to join this group to keep up to date with first-hand accounts
The second season of the Vanderbilt Beach Trolley concluded at the end of April, 2018. Ridership increased from 2017, as described in the Collier County Parks & Rec Master Growth Plan. Below is a link to page 23 of that plan:
Vanderbilt Beach affords a pleasant residential environment and extensive recreational resources. Our residents include many people who live and work in the area year round, retirees who live here either full time or seasonally, and also the multitudes of visitors who flock here to enjoy the beautiful weather and our world-renowned beach and resorts. Vanderbilt Beach is now considered to be one of the finest communities in southwest Florida, if not the country. The Vanderbilt Beach Residents Association is dedicated to preserving the quality of life that we all enjoy.