Project Length: 1.04 miles
Project Limits: A1A from Oakland Park Boulevard to Flamingo Avenue in Fort Lauderdale
Start Date: July 27, 2015
Estimated Completion Date: Summer 2017
Contractor: Central Florida Equipment Rentals Inc.
Estimated Construction Cost: $9.3 million
Scope of Work
The improvements under this project consist of removing old asphalt and resurfacing the roadway within the project limits, upgrading sidewalks and ramps to meet ADA requirements, repairing, adjusting, and replacing drainage structures throughout the project limits, upgrading the following existing intersections to mast arm signals: 34th Street, mid-block between 36th and 40th Street, and at 40th Street, upgrading all existing pedestrian signals to countdown timers, upgrading signs and pavement markings throughout the project limits, including adding a 1.5 foot striped buffer to separate the four foot wide bike lanes from the outside vehicle travel lane, upgrading existing lighting along the corridor to lighting with a variable intensity function that can be accessed remotely in order to cause minimal disruption to sea turtles during their nesting season, adding elevated roadway lighting and lower level lighting to illuminate the sidewalk, and adding a business access drive aisle along the east side of road between NE 34th and NE 36th Street.
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A1A from Oakland Park Blvd to Flamingo Avenue