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Contact: Laura Carter
In 2012, the SCTPO completed a Feasibility Study of US 192 from Babcock Street to I-95. The goal of the study was to identify options for improving traffic flow and relieving congestion. The project recommendations adopted by the TPO Governing Board include:
- Improvements on Ellis Road, including road widening and an interchange at I-95
- Prioritize intersection improvements at Hollywood Boulevard and Wickham Road
- Re-evaluate traffic patterns after Ellis Road improvments have been implemented
- Consider widening US 192 from four to six lanes from Wickham Road to Dairy Road
For a copy of the full 755 page, 433 MB pdf, please contact Laura Carter.
As a result of this study, the intersections at Hollywood/Evans and Wickham/Minton were further analyzed to identify the most feasible improvements that could be implemented prior to widening of the corridor. In May 2015, the preferred intersection alternatives were identified. Recommendations include additional turning lanes and sidewalks. The full report is available for download at the link below.
The US 192 and Hollywood Boulevard/Evans intersection improvements are funded for Design in FY 2018 and Right of Way in FY 2020.
The US 192 and Wickham/Minton intersection improvements are funded for Design in FY 2018. No Right of Way is needed.
Construction is not yet funded for either project.
Contact: Georganna Gillette
SR A1A is an officially designated American Byway and parrallels one of the region’s enironmental treasures, the Indian River Lagoon. SR A1A connects and provides access to the County’s important economic and employment centers: Cape Canaveral Spaceport, Kennedy Space Center, Port Canaveral, Patrick Air Force Base, and Brevard’s beaches.
The SR A1A Multimodal Feasibility Study was finalized in July 2014. The Study addresses proposed improvements along SR A1A from the Pineda Causeway (SR 404) to SR 528 in Cape Canaveral. A SR A1A Action Plan was created with the goal of transforming the corridor into a mulitmodal route that would serve visitors, residents, merchants and commuters.
Learn more about the SR A1A Mulitmodal Feasibility Study by visiting the SR A1A website.
Sidewalk and drainage improvement from 16th Street to Wakulla Lane is under construction.
Property Owner Alert for SR A1A Sidewalk Project