Ongoing efforts to create a statewide hiking and biking trail network could be bolstered by a planned wildlife corridor, under a bill filed Tuesday in the Senate. The measure (SB 106), filed by Sen. Jason Brodeur, R-Sanford, proposes a one-time expenditure of $200 million to further work on the Shared-Use Nonmotorized (SUN) Trail Network. It also would increase from $25 million to $50 million an annual amount that goes to the trail network. The annual amount comes from vehicle-registration fees. Former Senate President Andy Gardiner, R-Orlando, made creation of the trail network a priority. Current Senate President Kathleen Passidomo, R-Naples, has focused on linking trails to sections of the planned wildlife corridor. A news release Tuesday from Passidomo’s office said the bill “formally connects the corridor to the state trail system” through “nature trails, loop trails, or other points of public access wholly within a single park or natural area.” The wildlife corridor, which is expected to cost billions of dollars and take decades to complete, is envisioned as connecting 18 million acres of land from the Florida Keys to the Panhandle. About 8 million of those acres need to be secured. A 2021 law calls for pumping $300 million a year into the corridor effort.