|Construction Cost:||$6.4 Million|
This project plans improvements along Granada Boulevard (State Road (S.R.) 40) from U.S. 1 to S.R. A1A in Ormond Beach, with the exception of the bridge over the Halifax River. In addition to repaving this segment of S.R. 40, the project plans to narrow the travel lanes and introduce subtle alignment shifts to help encourage slower driving speeds. Another recommended safety measure is to construct a new directional median opening at Washington Street to help reduce potential left-turn conflicts. Traffic signals at the intersections of S.R. 40 with Ridgewood Avenue and S.R. A1A will also be reconstructed.
Proposed pedestrian safety enhancements include raised midblock crossings with pedestrian activated signals and reconstructed pedestrian curb ramps. One of the proposed midblock crossings, located east of Vining Court, will impact access to an adjacent business driveway. New bicycle lanes next to turn lanes, called keyholes, as well as new pavement markings to create shared vehicle/bicycle lanes, are also planned. Minor drainage improvements and improved intersection lighting are included.
|Design Project Manager|
Burgess and Niple, Inc.