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State Road A1A widening from Rubin Davis Lane to O'Neill Scott Road
Overview

The $60 million widening of State Road A1A (SR 200) from Rubin Davis Lane to O’Neill Scott Road started in early 2016.

The 4.9-mile project is the second of a three-phase project to widen A1A from Interstate 95 (I-95) to O’Neill Scott Road.

A1A serves as a critical hurricane evacuation route for the barrier island residents of Amelia Island and nearby Fernandina Beach.

A1A is also part of Florida’s Strategic Intermodal System because it connects the Port of Fernandina with I-95. Consequently, this section of A1A carries a heavy volume of truck traffic. Trucks make up as much as 10 percent of the nearly 40,000 vehicles that travel A1A each day, according to the North Florida Transportation Planning Organization.

“Hurricane evacuation and port-to-interstate traffic make this a critical corridor and justifies the investment the state is making on these projects,” said Carrie Smithheart, a project administrator with England, Thims & Miller (ETM), which is providing construction management consultant services for FDOT on the project.

The construction contract was awarded to Superior Construction of Jacksonville.

Traffic Impacts
State Road 200 traffic impacts
October 10-16, 2020

Nighttime lane closures from David Hallman Parkway to Meadowfield Bluffs Road Sunday through Thursday from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. for barrier wall removal.

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Project Details
Project Start:January 24, 2016
Expected Completion:Fall 2020
Cost:$60 million
Project #:210712-4
RoadsState Road A1A
CountiesNassau
CitiesYulee
Contact
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386-269-3607
State Road A1A widening from Rubin Davis Lane to O'Neill Scott Road
Overview

The $60 million widening of State Road A1A (SR 200) from Rubin Davis Lane to O’Neill Scott Road started in early 2016.

The 4.9-mile project is the second of a three-phase project to widen A1A from Interstate 95 (I-95) to O’Neill Scott Road.

A1A serves as a critical hurricane evacuation route for the barrier island residents of Amelia Island and nearby Fernandina Beach.

A1A is also part of Florida’s Strategic Intermodal System because it connects the Port of Fernandina with I-95. Consequently, this section of A1A carries a heavy volume of truck traffic. Trucks make up as much as 10 percent of the nearly 40,000 vehicles that travel A1A each day, according to the North Florida Transportation Planning Organization.

“Hurricane evacuation and port-to-interstate traffic make this a critical corridor and justifies the investment the state is making on these projects,” said Carrie Smithheart, a project administrator with England, Thims & Miller (ETM), which is providing construction management consultant services for FDOT on the project.

The construction contract was awarded to Superior Construction of Jacksonville.

Project Details
Project Start:January 24, 2016
Expected Completion:Fall 2020
Cost:$60 million
Project #:210712-4
RoadsState Road A1A
CountiesNassau
CitiesYulee
Contact
Photo of Hampton RayHampton Ray
386-269-3607
Traffic Impacts
State Road 200 traffic impacts
October 10-16, 2020

Nighttime lane closures from David Hallman Parkway to Meadowfield Bluffs Road Sunday through Thursday from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. for barrier wall removal.

 
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