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Project Details
Work Type: Resurfacing
Phase: Construction
Length: 3.773 miles
Construction Cost: $9.8 Million
Project Start: Early 2024
Est. Completion: Fall 2024

The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) will mill and resurface approximately 3.7 miles of U.S. 27 (State Road (S.R.) 25) from north of Lake Louisa Road to north of Cluster Oak Drive in Clermont to improve the life of the existing roadway.

Travel lanes will be re-striped to accommodate 7-foot-wide buffered bicycle lanes on both sides of the road. Pedestrian enhancements include upgrading pedestrian curb ramps to current Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards and constructing sidewalk along the southwest corner of Brogden Drive.

Contractor: Superior Asphalt, Inc.

Contact Information
Communications Team
Matt Young
(352) 326-7744 / (352) 620-3020
For Media Inquiries Only
Lane Closures
  • Tuesday, June 18, through Thursday, June 20, from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m., nightly: Motorists should expect overnight northbound single-lane closures along U.S. 27 within the project limits for milling and paving. Please reduce your speed, alertly merge into an open lane, and proceed cautiously through the construction zone.

  • Sunday, June 2, through Saturday, June 15, 24 hours per day: Motorists should expect a closure of the U.S. 27 northbound right turn lane south of John Lakes Road just before the Bob Evans restaurant for concrete and drainage improvements. Please reduce your speed and proceed cautiously through the construction zone.

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