The Lee County Land Development
Code (LDC) constitutes a complete codification of the general and permanent
land development ordinances of Lee County, Florida. This LDC details the
transit facilities' development standards, and refers to Lee County Transit, or
LeeTran, the County’s public transportation service. When developing new, or
modifying existing, commercial, industrial or residential establishments,
developers are required to improve LeeTran’s bus stop infrastructure.
Specifically, the LDC Division
7 Sec. 10-441 – 443 outlines the thresholds that trigger bus stop improvements and the required facilities at each bus stop, depending on the
intensity of the project. Moreover, LDC
Division 2 Sec. 10-296 provides additional context on the street design and
construction standards for transit facilities.
To help guide developers through
the requirements, LeeTran has created the below infographic* to illustrate the
ordinances and answer common questions regarding this section of the LDC. If
developers have any questions, please contact LeeTranReview@leegov.com or call
(239) 533-0340. Alternatively, developers may visit the LDC
webpage hosted on Municode for the text-based version.
DOWNLOAD a PDF version of the LDC infographic
*Infographic is for illustrative
purposes only and is not binding. While the infographic is intended for
informational purposes pertaining to these sections of the LDC, it may not
cover all situations in which transit facility improvements are required.