The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) District 4 invites you to a Project Update Webinar. The webinar will be offered on three different days: June 18th, June 29th and July 1st.
The webinar will be divided into two sections: a slideshow presentation and a question and answer period. The slideshow presentation is anticipated to last approximately 30 minutes. Questions and comments can be submitted on the website prior to the webinar, during the webinar using the chat feature, or after the webinar on the website.
Please pre-register for whichever webinar best fits your schedule at one of the project websites: www.sw10street.com or www.fdot.gov/projects/sefl/future/95/sr9
Once you have registered for a webinar, an email containing a personalized link will be sent to you with instructions for joining the webinar at the specified date and time.
This is a an $88 million widening of CR 557 from two to four lanes between Lake Alfred and I-4. The County Commission approved the proposed realignment earlier this year. The FDOT has programmed right-of-way acquisition and construction in it's current Five-Year Work Program.
Updated May 4, 2020
Kings Highway - St. Lucie County - More Widening to Come
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This US 19 project is designed to be a six lane controlled access roadway with two lane, one way frontage roads on each side. In addition, new interchanges will be built at Tampa Road and Nebraska Avenue.
This project is currently in design. Right-of-way is funded beginning FY 2021 (July 1, 2020). Construction is not funded at this time.
FDOT has three additional segments of Kings Highway in the pipeline for widening. Segment 1 is from North of the I-95 Overpass to North of Commercial Circle, Segment 2 is from North of Commercial Circle to St Lucie Boulevard and Segment 3 is from St Lucie Boulevard to Indrio Road.
Segments 1 & 2 are currently funded for right-of-way acquisition and construction in the FDOT Five-Year Work Program. Contact our office for more information or if you might be affected by this project.
Updated June 11, 2020
The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) has assembled a task force to study three specific corridors:
The task force will summarize the results of its analysis in a final report by October 1, 2020.
Updated May 4, 2020
The Vanderbilt Beach Road Extension is designed to be a 6 lane divided road system with a planted median. The County has hired a contractor and is in the design phase of the project which was put on hold in 2008. Plans originally called for bringing Vanderbilt Beach Road to Desoto Boulevard, the western edge of the Estates. Based on the most recent plans, it is likely that Phase 1 of the project will end at 16th Street. Final alignment of Vanderbilt Beach Road from Collier Blvd. to 16th St. NE approved by the Board of County Commissioners on October 22, 2019.
Collier County has funded $86,670,000 for design, right-of-way acquisition and construction in their FY 2019-2022 budget. Acquisition activities have begun (June 2020).