|ROW Cost:||$6.5 Million|
|Construction Cost:||$35 Million|
The purpose of this project is to increase capacity, operations and safety along State Road (S.R.) 40 from U.S. 17 (S.R. 15) to S.R. 11. The planned improvements include constructing new travel lanes to the south of the existing roadway to serve eastbound traffic. The existing roadway would be resurfaced and serve as the westbound travel lanes. Project plans also include a new 12-foot-wide multi-use trail on the south side of the road.
To provide wildlife crossings, the project proposes to construct four box culverts. Two of those crossings are 4 feet high and 10 feet wide; one is 8 feet high by 19 feet wide; and the fourth is 5 feet high by 6 feet wide.
|Design Project Manager|
Kisinger Campo Assoc.