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Project Details
Work Type: Safety Project
Phase: Design
Length: 0.366 miles
Estimated Costs
Construction Cost: $1.4 Million

The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is planning safety improvements along Ridgewood Avenue (U.S. 1) from San Juan Avenue to Taylor Avenue in Daytona Beach.

To improve bicycle safety, the project plans to add a 7-foot-wide bicycle lane with a raised divider to separate the bicycle lane from the travel lane on each side of the roadway. Travel lane widths will be adjusted to make room for the new bicycle lanes.

The project also plans to reconstruct the existing traffic signal at Mullally Street with new poles. Pedestrian signals at the Mullally Street and Fairview Avenue intersections would be upgraded, and signal timing may be adjusted to provide a leading pedestrian interval (LPI) at each location so pedestrians can receive the crossing signal while traffic is stopped in all directions. Smart Signal Technology and the addition of “No Turn On Red” signs at both intersections is recommended.

Other intersection improvements planned at both intersections include realigned and upgraded crosswalks, reconstructed pedestrian curb ramps to comply with current Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards and enhanced lighting, Additional landscaping and new midblock crossings are also being considered.

Contact Information
Design Project Manager
Randy Turner
(386) 943-5207