Florida Department of Transportation Project Overview

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The Florida Department of Transportation is conducting a project on State Road A1A/Ocean Blvd from South of Grand Court to South of Linton Blvd. The project aims to resurface roadway pavement, widen shoulders for bicycles, improve drainage, upgrade signage, and extend left turn lanes. The project length is 3.4 miles. Temporary traffic control plans are in place to minimize construction impacts. Public workshop scheduled for March 13, 2023.

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  1. Florida Department of TRANSPORTATION State Road A1A/Ocean Blvd from South of Grand Court to South of Linton Blvd Financial Management Number: 444477-1-52-01 Public Workshop March 13, 2023 1

  2. Meet the Team Brad Salisbury, P.E. Design Project Manager FDOT Walna Calixte Community Outreach Specialist Infinite Source Communications Group James Poole, P.E. District Drainage Engineer FDOT Billy Scott, E.I. Roadway Designer FDOT Aaron Wilbur, PLA Landscape Architect Cotleur & Hearing 2 Florida Department of Transportation

  3. Non-Discrimination Policy 3 Florida Department of Transportation

  4. Project Location and Overview 4 Florida Department of Transportation

  5. Project Limits: State Road A1A/Ocean Blvd from South of Grand Court to South of Linton Blvd Meeting Location Highland Beach Library Community Room Begin Project End Project Linton Blvd 5 Florida Department of Transportation

  6. Project Overview Proposed Improvements: Resurface roadway pavement Minor (2 ft - 3 ft) widening to accommodate bicycles on the roadway shoulders Extend Northbound Left Turn onto Linton Blvd Improve drainage in swales Upgrade signing and pavement markings to current standards Project Length:3.4 miles 6 Florida Department of Transportation

  7. Existing Conditions 7 Florida Department of Transportation

  8. Proposed Improvements 8 Florida Department of Transportation

  9. Drainage Swale Detail 9 Florida Department of Transportation

  10. Temporary Traffic Control Plan Work will be done in phases to reduce the impacts of construction in the community Single lane closures will be done in segments No greater than 1,000 feet of lane closure during daytime hours No greater than 2,500 feet of lane closure during nighttime hours Construction personnel will direct traffic during single lane closures to maintain two-way traffic Pedestrian and vehicular access to all properties will be maintained at all times 10 Florida Department of Transportation

  11. Project Schedule and Cost August 2022 March 2023 August 2023 Summer 2025 Public Meeting Public workshop 100% Plans PROJECT COMPLETE 60% Plans 90% Plans CONSTRUCTION BEGINS February 2022 April 2023 Spring 2024 Estimated Construction Cost: $8.8 Million 11 Florida Department of Transportation

  12. Additional Comments/Questions Please submit your comments by September 10, 2022 If your question was not responded to during the event, a response will be provided later. Attendees are able to submit comments and questions in writing form using a comment sheet. All comments and questions are part of the Public Record. 12 Florida Department of Transportation

  13. Contact Information If you have additional questions, please contact Brad Salisbury, P.E. FDOT Project Manager at: Brad.Salisbury@dot.state.fl.us 3400 West Commercial Boulevard Fort Lauderdale, Fl 33309 (954) 777-4160 or Toll Free: (866) 336-8435; Ext. 4160 13 Florida Department of Transportation

  14. Thank you! For attending the Public Workshop 14 Florida Department of Transportation