Reports & Studies

Nassau County Transit Study

Cover- Nassau County Transit Study The purpose of the Nassau County Transit Study was to determine public transportation needs and opportunities, and to explore and recommend bus transit options. Similar to many places in Florida and across the country, there are people within the County who either do not have good access to transportation or would prefer additional transportation options. Recognizing these challenges, the North Florida Transportation Planning Organization (TPO) in coordination with Nassau County completed the Nassau County Transit Study.

Cover- Nassau County Transit Study

Transit Study Cover_thumb.jpg

SR A1A/SR 200 Corridor Study

Cover- SR A1A/SR 200 Corridor Study The purpose of the SR A1A/SR 200 Corridor Study is to identify operational and access management improvements and priorities needed to support all modes of transportation including roadway capacity, public transit, and bicycle/pedestrian movements. One of the goals is to maintain the traffic flow over time, even as volumes increase. The study considers short-term improvements that can be done prior to or in conjunction with the widening of the roadway now under way. However, the primary focus of the study is on long range improvements that are appropriate for the projected 2035 population of 100,000. The study identified and evaluated opportunities for enhanced connectivity, both of land use and transportation within the corridor.

Cover- SR A1A/SR 200 Corridor Study

SR200 Study Cover_thumb.jpg

growth trend cover

Nassau County Growth Trends Reports

As Nassau County enters an era of transition we, collectively, have been granted an opportunity that most will never have. An opportunity to actively craft our future. The question is, what will we do with the opportunity?

This report provides twelve tools that will assist in the decision making process as Nassau County moves into this exciting future that we have the power to shape. The provided twelve tools are not intended to be viewed as a comprehensive, all-inclusive or static list, but rather a set of practical tools Nassau County has the current capacity to implement.

This report looks at the existing and historical conditions in Nassau County, compares Nassau County growth trends to the region, delivers predictions and possible trends for our future, and provides implementable tools which can help Nassau County shape its own future. 

Click here to view this report

Nassau County stands on the precipice of change. A change that will descend upon the community with or without blessing. According to the latest population estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau, Nassau grew by 3.6% last year ranking as the twenty-fifth fastest growing county, by percent growth in the U.S. Over the coming decade, BEBR predicts Nassau will be the ninth fastest growing county in FL with a projected population expansion of 38% resulting in over 114,000 people calling Nassau home.

​The 2019 Growth Trends Report provides updated statistics and information related to existing and historical conditions in Nassau County and comparative trends in the region. Additionally, the report offers a status update to the twelve tools that were originally identified in the 2018 Growth Trends Report and it identifies three new, implementable tools. As initiatives are executed and new challenges arise, the toolbox will reconfigure and grow. 

Click here to view this report
2019 Dev Trends

Pages from 2020 Growth Trends Report July Final_compressedcover Click here to view this report

For more information please contact the Nassau County Planning and Economic Opportunity Department at 904-530-6300.