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Project Details
Work Type: Roundabout
Phase: Construction
Length: 0.475 miles
Construction Cost: $8.5 Million
Project Start: Summer 2024
Est. Completion: Fall 2025

The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is constructing a two-lane roundabout at the
intersection of State Road (S.R.) 44 (East New York Avenue) and Kepler Road in DeLand, Volusia County,
to enhance safety and improve the flow of traffic. The design includes two lanes throughout the roundabout and will have a concrete apron to accommodate large trucks.

Pedestrian safety enhancements include new sidewalks and crosswalks equipped with Rectangular
Rapid Flashing Beacons (RRFBs) at the roundabout approaches. Each RRFB will include flashing yellow
LED lights to increase drivers’ awareness of pedestrians crossing at the roundabout. For more information
about RRFBs and how to use them, visit: https://www.alerttodayflorida.com/Pedestrian.

There will also be a right turn bypass lane at three of the four road connections. In addition to construction of the roundabout, the project also includes resurfacing of S.R. 44 from approximately 800 feet west of Kepler Road to Talisman Lane and resurfacing of Kepler Road from 650 feet south of S.R. 44 to 1,250 feet north of S.R. 44. A center bi-directional turn lane will also be added along S.R. 44 from east of Kepler Road to Lake Winnemissett Drive.

To learn more about roundabouts, including how to use them:

Contact Information
Communications Team
Britney Jones
(386) 740-3566
P&S Paving, Inc.
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