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State Road 211 (St. Johns Avenue) from Herschel Street to Canterbury Street Improvements
Overview

The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is scheduled to begin construction on intersection improvements along St. Johns Avenue (State Road 211) from Herschel Street to Canterbury Avenue in early 2022, weather and schedule permitting.

Improvements include replacing two signalized intersections in the area with roundabouts:

  • Herschel Street and Geraldine Drive “Teardrop’ Roundabout
  • Herschel Street at Woodmere Drive Roundabout

Other improvements: new parking over Fishweir Bridge, sidewalk updates and new signage.

Proposed changes needed to complete construction of the roundabouts:

  • Eliminating the left turn from Herschel Street southbound to St. Johns Avenue.
  • Eliminating the left turn from Geraldine Drive to Herschel Street and through movement to St. Johns Avenue.
  • Eliminating left turns and through movements from Woodmere Drive.

This design also requires the closure or modification of driveways in FDOT right-of-way at the following locations:

  • Two driveways on the north side of St. Johns Avenue in front of St. Johns Food Store and St. Johns Flower Market will be modified.
  • One driveway in front of St. Johns Properties and Casablanca Day Spa will be closed.
  • One driveway on Herschel Street in front of St. Johns Plaza and Harps Restaurant will be modified.
  • The driveway on Herschel Street in front of Ray Hardware will become right in/right out.
  • The driveway in front of Herschel Animal Clinic will be modified.

American Lighting and Signalization LLC was selected to complete this $1.2 million project.

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Construction Open House (Thursday, July 15, 2021)
During the preliminary hearing, project staff will be available to answer in person at the FDOT Urban Office Training Center located at 2198 Edison Avenue, Jacksonville, FL 32204. Citizens who are unable to participate in person may view preliminary project documents on the Documents tab on this web page. A full construction open house will be rescheduled later this year. All information provided will be preliminary and subject to change.
Access Management Hearing (Wednesday, January 22, 2020)

Location:
FDOT Training Center
2198 Edison Avenue
Jacksonville, FL 32204

The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) will host a public hearing regarding proposed changes to the roadway, striping and medians on State Road 211 (St. Johns Avenue/Herschel Street) between Canterbury Street and Melrose Avenue. Those interested can drop by anytime between 4:30 and 6:30 p.m. to learn more about the proposed changes and speak with FDOT staff and consultants. A formal public hearing will begin at 6:30 p.m.

Project Details
Project Start:Early 2022
Expected Completion:Summer 2022
Cost:$1.2 million
Project #:443551-1
RoadsState Road 211
CountiesDuval
CitiesJacksonville
Contact
Photo of Samantha RambeauSamantha Rambeau
904-360-5484
State Road 211 (St. Johns Avenue) from Herschel Street to Canterbury Street Improvements
Overview

The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is scheduled to begin construction on intersection improvements along St. Johns Avenue (State Road 211) from Herschel Street to Canterbury Avenue in early 2022, weather and schedule permitting.

Improvements include replacing two signalized intersections in the area with roundabouts:

  • Herschel Street and Geraldine Drive “Teardrop’ Roundabout
  • Herschel Street at Woodmere Drive Roundabout

Other improvements: new parking over Fishweir Bridge, sidewalk updates and new signage.

Proposed changes needed to complete construction of the roundabouts:

  • Eliminating the left turn from Herschel Street southbound to St. Johns Avenue.
  • Eliminating the left turn from Geraldine Drive to Herschel Street and through movement to St. Johns Avenue.
  • Eliminating left turns and through movements from Woodmere Drive.

This design also requires the closure or modification of driveways in FDOT right-of-way at the following locations:

  • Two driveways on the north side of St. Johns Avenue in front of St. Johns Food Store and St. Johns Flower Market will be modified.
  • One driveway in front of St. Johns Properties and Casablanca Day Spa will be closed.
  • One driveway on Herschel Street in front of St. Johns Plaza and Harps Restaurant will be modified.
  • The driveway on Herschel Street in front of Ray Hardware will become right in/right out.
  • The driveway in front of Herschel Animal Clinic will be modified.

American Lighting and Signalization LLC was selected to complete this $1.2 million project.

Project Details
Project Start:Early 2022
Expected Completion:Summer 2022
Cost:$1.2 million
Project #:443551-1
RoadsState Road 211
CountiesDuval
CitiesJacksonville
Contact
Photo of Samantha RambeauSamantha Rambeau
904-360-5484
Events
Construction Open House (Thursday, July 15, 2021)
During the preliminary hearing, project staff will be available to answer in person at the FDOT Urban Office Training Center located at 2198 Edison Avenue, Jacksonville, FL 32204. Citizens who are unable to participate in person may view preliminary project documents on the Documents tab on this web page. A full construction open house will be rescheduled later this year. All information provided will be preliminary and subject to change.
Access Management Hearing (Wednesday, January 22, 2020)

Location:
FDOT Training Center
2198 Edison Avenue
Jacksonville, FL 32204

The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) will host a public hearing regarding proposed changes to the roadway, striping and medians on State Road 211 (St. Johns Avenue/Herschel Street) between Canterbury Street and Melrose Avenue. Those interested can drop by anytime between 4:30 and 6:30 p.m. to learn more about the proposed changes and speak with FDOT staff and consultants. A formal public hearing will begin at 6:30 p.m.

 
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