Through 2014, the CFS Team led the completion of the Spirit of 76 Master Plan, a guiding document for the long-range improvements. With over 7 million visitors to Branson annually, and with the 76 corridor home to so many tourist attractions, this project is not only a transportation project but an economic development catalyst. The goals of the project include improvement to safety, reduction of visual clutter from overhead utility lines, aesthetic lighting management, themed amenities such as benches, plantings and signage, encouragement of health through walking and biking, creation of a sense of place, improvement to social interaction, and generally improvement to the economic vitality of Branson's central attraction area. Multimodal transportation elements include a 15’ wide pedestrian “promenade”, mutli-use pathway, new sidewalks, reduction of driveway access points, trolley/transit stops, pedestrian crosswalks with new signalization and the implementation of a regional transportation management system to improve travel and congestion. In addition to the infrastructure planning and design, the CFS Team was responsible for the creation of an overall plan of finance for the project and assisting the CIty with the establishment of a community improvement district. Improvements are planned for 5 miles of Highway 76, from east of the U.S. 65 interchange to Shepherd of the Hills Expressway. Project construction will commence in 2016.