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University Boulevard Traffic Signals Project
Overview

The project includes new span wire signals at University Boulevard and Graywood Road, St. Augustine Road, Brightway Center, Powers Avenue, Phillips Highway (U.S. 1), Richard Street, Spring Park Road, Barnes Road, Mt. Carmel Terrace, Beney Road, Kennerly Road, Booth Road and Bartram Road. Other items of construction include pedestrian signals, highway striping, crosswalk striping, highway signage, enhanced street lighting, concrete sidewalk and driveway replacements.

Traffic will be maintained in accordance with FDOT design standards throughout the project. Drivers can expect periodic single lane closures during off-peak driving hours. Lane closures may occur from 7 p.m. to 5:30 a.m. seven days a week.

Traffic Control Devices Inc. is expected to complete this $4 million improvement project in spring 2021, weather and unforeseen circumstances permitting.

The Florida Department of Transportation urges motorists to always follow the speed limit and stay within the limits of orange cones and barrels while traveling through construction zones.

Traffic Impacts
University Boulevard traffic impacts
August 1-7, 2020

Nighttime lane closures from San Jose Boulevard to Cesery Boulevard Monday through Thursday from 8:30 p.m. to 5:30 a.m. for traffic signal work.

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Project Details
Project Start:April 27, 2020
Expected Completion:Spring 2021
Cost:$4 million
Project #:209683-1
RoadsState Road 109
CountiesDuval
CitiesJacksonville
Contact
Photo of Daryl GossDaryl Goss
386-984-5392
University Boulevard Traffic Signals Project
Overview

The project includes new span wire signals at University Boulevard and Graywood Road, St. Augustine Road, Brightway Center, Powers Avenue, Phillips Highway (U.S. 1), Richard Street, Spring Park Road, Barnes Road, Mt. Carmel Terrace, Beney Road, Kennerly Road, Booth Road and Bartram Road. Other items of construction include pedestrian signals, highway striping, crosswalk striping, highway signage, enhanced street lighting, concrete sidewalk and driveway replacements.

Traffic will be maintained in accordance with FDOT design standards throughout the project. Drivers can expect periodic single lane closures during off-peak driving hours. Lane closures may occur from 7 p.m. to 5:30 a.m. seven days a week.

Traffic Control Devices Inc. is expected to complete this $4 million improvement project in spring 2021, weather and unforeseen circumstances permitting.

The Florida Department of Transportation urges motorists to always follow the speed limit and stay within the limits of orange cones and barrels while traveling through construction zones.

Project Details
Project Start:April 27, 2020
Expected Completion:Spring 2021
Cost:$4 million
Project #:209683-1
RoadsState Road 109
CountiesDuval
CitiesJacksonville
Contact
Photo of Daryl GossDaryl Goss
386-984-5392
Traffic Impacts
University Boulevard traffic impacts
August 1-7, 2020

Nighttime lane closures from San Jose Boulevard to Cesery Boulevard Monday through Thursday from 8:30 p.m. to 5:30 a.m. for traffic signal work.

 
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