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Project Details
Work Type: Safety Project
Phase: Design
Length: 2 miles
Estimated Costs
Construction Cost: $600,000

This project proposes pedestrian safety improvements along Woodland Boulevard (U.S. 17-92) from East Beresford Avenue to Plymouth Avenue in DeLand. Recommended improvements include upgrading existing pedestrian crossings and adding six new pedestrian crossings at the following locations:

  • Near E. Winnemissett Avenue
  • At the Intermodal Transportation Facility
  • Near Georgia Avenue
  • Near Michigan Avenue
  • Near University Avenue
  • South of Pennsylvania Avenue

The proposed crossings would be equipped with Rapid Rectangular Flashing Beacons (RRFBs), which are pedestrian-activated signals that display flashing yellow lights to alert drivers that a pedestrian is ready to cross. By state law, vehicles must stop at all marked crosswalks when a pedestrian is present. More information about RRFBs can be found by going to www.alerttodayflorida.com

Upgrades to existing crosswalks and pedestrian curb ramps are included. Some modifications to existing driveways are anticipated and will be coordinated with property owners.


Contact Information
Design Project Manager
Ty Garner
(386) 943-5299
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