Project will replace the existing two-lane Flamingo Boulevard from 776 to a point north of Edgewater Drive and the existing remaining section of two-lane Edgewater Drive from Midway Boulevard to Collingswood Boulevard with a new four-lane roadway. The project will also connect Flamingo Boulevard from its southernmost curve to the intersection of Edgewater Drive and Collingswood Boulevard, creating a new alignment for the roadways. Additionally, intersection improvements at 776 and Flamingo Boulevard will be included.
The project is split into 3 phases, identified as phases 3, 4, & 5. The design will include all three phases and the construction will be multiphase.
Flamingo Boulevard from 776 to a point north of Edgewater Drive, connecting Flamingo Boulevard from its southernmost curve to the intersection of Edgewater Drive and Collingswood Boulevard, including Edgewater Drive from Midway Boulevard to Collingswood Boulevard.
Johnson Engineering has been selected as the design firm for this project. The county is working with the firm to design all project phases. The design and permitting portion is expected to take about two years from the notice to proceed date of March 1, 2022.
- 90% of field survey work has been completed.
- Preliminary environmental field work has been completed.
- 60% of geotechnical field work has been completed.
- Several design considerations will be presented to the BOCC for review and discussion as the 30% plans will be finalized.
2014 Sales Tax Extension for the design of phases 3, 4, & 5.
2020 Sales Tax Extension for the construction of phase 4, in the future.
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