PROJECT NEWS

S.R. 46 Traffic to Shift Onto New Lanes

February 14, 2019

MOUNT DORA – An overnight traffic shift is scheduled next week along State Road (S.R.) 46 as traffic moves onto newly built lanes. This takes place on the north side of the roadway from Veranda Way, east of U.S. 441, to Round Lake Road. The traffic shift will occur from 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 20 until 6 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 21.

 

Preparations the night of Feb. 20 for the traffic shift will include closing S.R. 46 from U.S. 441 to Veranda Way. Traffic will be detoured via Wolf Branch Road and Round Lake Road as noted on the map below.

 

Moving traffic in both directions onto the newly built lanes allows crews to rebuild the south side of S.R. 46. Electronic message boards are in place and law enforcement officers will be on site to help direct drivers. Please note this schedule may change due to weather or other unexpected conditions.

 

This activity is part of Wekiva Parkway Sections 3A & 3B, which began in October of 2017.  Work is scheduled to finish in spring of 2020. This 3-mile stretch of non-tolled road improvements includes widening S.R. 46 and U.S. 441 to six lanes, sidewalks and other pedestrian improvements, and building a flyover ramp for the heavy traffic that will be trying to get to the parkway.

 

For questions and concerns please contact Mary Brooks, Public Information Officer at 407-694-5505 or via email at info@wekivaparkway.com. Please visit www.wekivaparkway.com for project information, and follow the project on Facebook and Twitter for real-time updates.

 

 

More Project Information:

 

The $1.6 billion Wekiva Parkway will complete the beltway around Central Florida while helping to protect the natural resources surrounding the Wekiva River. The Florida Department of Transportation and the Central Florida Expressway Authority have been working together to build the 25-mile toll road, which provides travel alternatives, enhances safety and relieves congestion on local roads. To date, 13 miles of the parkway are open to traffic. The entire parkway is expected to be open to traffic by late 2022.

 

Environmentalists refer to the Wekiva Parkway as a good example of transportation planning through environmentally sensitive areas. Authorized by the 2004 Wekiva Parkway & Protection Act, parkway development has included conserving more than 3,400 acres of land. The parkway will include four expansive wildlife bridges, and will be largely elevated to reduce accidents between vehicles and wildlife.

 

 

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Walden Cove HOA Update - Presentation

February 13, 2019

Section 3A/B - January 2019 Aerial Photos

February 11, 2019

Sylvan Lake Reserve HOA Update - Presentation

February 11, 2019

Section 5 Aerial Photos - January 2019

February 11, 2019

Pile Driving Scheduled to Begin at Orange Boulevard

February 8, 2019

SANFORD, FL Crews are scheduled on February 11 to begin driving bridge piles at Orange Boulevard south of State Road (S.R.) 46 as part of building the Wekiva Parkway (S.R. 429). The pile driving for the parkway bridge over the side street near Wayside Drive will last for a number of months.

 

While steps will be taken to minimize the impact of construction to the surrounding community, nearby residents can expect some level of noise and other impacts throughout the course of this work. Please note this schedule could change due to weather or other unexpected conditions. Motorists are urged to use caution in the construction area for their safety and that of the work crews.

 

The work is being done as part of building Wekiva Parkway Section 7A. Work on this stretch along S.R. 46 from Longwood-Markham Road to Orange Boulevard began on April 1, 2018, and is scheduled to finish in 2022.

 

For questions and concerns please contact Mary Brooks, Public Information Coordinator at 407-694-5505 or via email at info@wekivaparkway.com. Please visit www.wekivaparkway.com for project information and follow the project on Facebook and Twitter for real-time updates.

 

 

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Nighttime Lane Closures Scheduled on Longwood-Markham Road

February 7, 2019

SANFORD _ Crews are scheduled the nights of February 10-15 to intermittently conduct single lane closures on Longwood-Markham Road at State Road (S.R.) 46 as part of building the Wekiva Parkway (S.R. 429). The lane closures, scheduled from 6 p.m. - 6 a.m., will allow crews to install utility pipe.

 

Flaggers will assist in directing traffic. Electronic message boards will be posted to alert drivers. Please note this schedule may change due to weather or other unexpected conditions.

 

The work is being conducted as part of building Wekiva Parkway Section 7A. Work on this stretch along S.R. 46 from Longwood-Markham Road to Orange Boulevard began April 1, 2018, and is scheduled to finish in 2022.

 

Motorists should be alert for large construction equipment and vehicles moving in and out of the work zone. Drivers should obey the speed limit, all construction signs and safety devices for the safety of the public and work crews. FDOT reminds all road users to pay attention, drive with care and always buckle up.

 

For questions and concerns please contact Mary Brooks, Public Information Coordinator at 407-694-5505 or via email at info@wekivaparkway.com. Please visit www.wekivaparkway.com for project information and follow the project on Facebook and Twitter for real-time updates.

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Section 7A Aerial Photos - January 2019

February 5, 2019

Portion of Orange Avenue to Permanently Close

February 5, 2019

SANFORD _ Crews are scheduled on Monday, February 11, to permanently close a portion of South Orange Avenue south of State Road (S.R.) 46 as part of building the Wekiva Parkway (S.R. 429). The closure is required to build the elevated expressway in this area.

 

Residents will be able to take South Orange Avenue to Wayside Drive and Orange Boulevard to access S.R. 46.

 

Please note this schedule may change due to weather or other unexpected conditions.

 

The work is being conducted as part of building Wekiva Parkway Section 7A. Work on this stretch along S.R. 46 from Longwood-Markham Road to Orange Boulevard began April 1, 2018, and is scheduled to finish in 2022.

 

Motorists should be alert for large construction equipment and vehicles moving in and out of the work zone. Drivers should obey the speed limit, all construction signs and safety devices for the safety of the public and work crews. FDOT reminds all road users to pay attention, drive with care and always buckle up.

 

For questions and concerns please contact Mary Brooks, Public Information Coordinator at 407-694-5505 or via email at info@wekivaparkway.com. Please visit www.wekivaparkway.com for project information and follow the project on Facebook and Twitter for real-time updates.

River Oaks Circle Lane Closures Scheduled

January 23, 2019

 

SANFORD, FL Crews are scheduled on Friday, January 25, to conduct single lane closures on River Oaks Circle just south of State Road (S.R.) 46 as part of building the Wekiva Parkway. Traffic in both directions will alternate through one lane from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. to allow crews to do concrete work.

 

Electronic message boards have been posted and flaggers will help direct motorists. Please be advised that weather or other unexpected conditions could delay or prolong work.

 

This work is part of Wekiva Parkway Section 6, which began construction on October 17, 2017. The six-mile stretch of largely elevated expressway will extend along the S.R. 46 corridor from the S.R. 429 interchange east of Camp Challenge Road to just west of Longwood-Markham Road.

 

The project includes a non-tolled, service road for local travel, a new, much higher bridge over the Wekiva River, and several wildlife bridges to allow animals to pass safely between the Seminole State Forest, Rock Springs Run State Reserve and Lower Wekiva River Preserve.

 

A multi-use trail with scenic overlooks at the wildlife bridges will be included along the service road on this section. Work will include connector roads between remaining sections of C.R. 46A and S.R. 46 to maintain private property access. Work is scheduled to finish in 2021. Other project information can be found at www.wekivaparkway.com. Follow the project on Facebook and Twitter for real-time updates.

 

More Project Information: The $1.6 billion Wekiva Parkway will complete the beltway around Central Florida, while helping to protect the natural resources surrounding the Wekiva River. The Florida Department of Transportation and the Central Florida Expressway Authority so far have completed 13 miles of the eventual 25-mile toll road. The parkway will provide travel alternatives, enhance safety and relieve U.S. 441, S.R. 46 and other area roads of traffic congestion.

 

Environmentalists refer to the Wekiva Parkway as a good example of transportation planning through environmentally sensitive areas. Parkway development has included conserving more than 3,400 acres of land, building wildlife bridges, and a largely elevated expressway to separate vehicles and wildlife.

 

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Round Lake Road Traffic Shift at S.R. 46

January, 2019

MOUNT DORA _ Crews are scheduled on Sunday night, January 20, to shift traffic onto new lanes on Round Lake Road near State Road (S.R.) 46 as part of building the Wekiva Parkway (S.R. 429). The operation is scheduled from 8:30 p.m. – 6 a.m. The traffic shift will allow crews to rebuild remaining portions of the roadway.  

 

Electronic message boards are in place, and law enforcement officers and flaggers will be available to direct drivers. Wet weather and other unforeseen circumstances could delay or prolong work.

 

Work on Sections 3A & 3B began in October of 2017 and is scheduled to finish in spring of 2020. This 3-mile stretch of non-tolled road improvements includes widening S.R. 46 and U.S. 441 to six lanes, sidewalks and other pedestrian improvements, and building a flyover ramp for the heavy traffic that will be trying to get to the parkway.

 

For questions and concerns please contact Mary Brooks, Public Information Officer at 407-694-5505 or via email at info@wekivaparkway.com. Please visit www.wekivaparkway.com for project information, and follow the project on Facebook and Twitter for real-time updates.

 

More Project Information:

 

The $1.6 billion Wekiva Parkway will complete the beltway around Central Florida while helping to protect the natural resources surrounding the Wekiva River. The Florida Department of Transportation and the Central Florida Expressway Authority have been working together to build the 25-mile toll road, which provides travel alternatives, enhances safety and relieves congestion on local roads. To date, 13 miles of the parkway are open to traffic. The entire parkway is expected to be open to traffic by late 2022.

 

Environmentalists refer to the Wekiva Parkway as a good example of transportation planning through environmentally sensitive areas. Authorized by the 2004 Wekiva Parkway & Protection Act, parkway development has included conserving more than 3,400 acres of land. The parkway will include four expansive wildlife bridges, and will be largely elevated to reduce accidents between vehicles and wildlife.

 

 

 

 

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U.S. 441 Bridge Work Over S.R. 46 Requires Road Closure & Detour

January, 2019

MOUNT DORA _ Crews are scheduled tonight, January 17, to close State Road (S.R.) 46 at U.S. 441 to work on the new flyover bridge. Traffic will be detoured via Wolf Branch Road and Round Lake Road as noted on the map below. The work will occur at night from 8:30 p.m. – 6 a.m.

 

S.R. 46 between Round Lake Road and U.S. 441 at night will be open to local traffic only. Electronic message boards are in place and law enforcement officers will be on site to help direct drivers. Please note this schedule may change due to weather or other unexpected conditions.

 

This activity is part of Wekiva Parkway Sections 3A & 3B, which began in October of 2017.  Work is scheduled to finish in spring of 2020. This 3-mile stretch of non-tolled road improvements includes widening S.R. 46 and U.S. 441 to six lanes, sidewalks and other pedestrian improvements, and building a flyover ramp for the heavy traffic that will be trying to get to the parkway.

 

For questions and concerns please contact Mary Brooks, Public Information Officer at 407-694-5505 or via email at info@wekivaparkway.com. Please visit www.wekivaparkway.com for project information, and follow the project on Facebook and Twitter for real-time updates.

 

 

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U.S. 441 Bridge Work Over S.R. 46 Requires Road Closure & Detour

January, 2019

MOUNT DORA _ Crews are scheduled tonight, January 17, to close State Road (S.R.) 46 at U.S. 441 to work on the new flyover bridge. Traffic will be detoured via Wolf Branch Road and Round Lake Road as noted on the map below. The work will occur at night from 8:30 p.m. – 6 a.m.

 

S.R. 46 between Round Lake Road and U.S. 441 at night will be open to local traffic only. Electronic message boards are in place and law enforcement officers will be on site to help direct drivers. Please note this schedule may change due to weather or other unexpected conditions.

 

This activity is part of Wekiva Parkway Sections 3A & 3B, which began in October of 2017.  Work is scheduled to finish in spring of 2020. This 3-mile stretch of non-tolled road improvements includes widening S.R. 46 and U.S. 441 to six lanes, sidewalks and other pedestrian improvements, and building a flyover ramp for the heavy traffic that will be trying to get to the parkway.

 

For questions and concerns please contact Mary Brooks, Public Information Officer at 407-694-5505 or via email at info@wekivaparkway.com. Please visit www.wekivaparkway.com for project information, and follow the project on Facebook and Twitter for real-time updates.

 

 

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S.R. 46 Nighttime Lane Closures Scheduled

January, 2019

MOUNT DORA _ Crews are scheduled tonight, January 3, to conduct single lane closures on State Road (S.R.) 46 just east of U.S. 441 as part of building the Wekiva Parkway. Traffic in both directions will alternate through one lane at the Veranda Apartments. The work will occur at night from 8:30 p.m. – 6 a.m. to allow turn lane and other striping.

 

Electronic message boards are in place and law enforcement officers will be on site to help direct drivers. Please note this schedule may change due to weather or other unexpected conditions.

 

This activity is part of Wekiva Parkway Sections 3A & 3B, which began in October of 2017.  Work is scheduled to finish in spring of 2020. This 3-mile stretch of non-tolled road improvements includes widening S.R. 46 and U.S. 441 to six lanes, sidewalks and other pedestrian improvements, and building a flyover ramp for the heavy traffic that will be trying to get to the parkway.

 

For questions and concerns please contact Mary Brooks, Public Information Officer at 407-694-5505 or via email at info@wekivaparkway.com. Please visit www.wekivaparkway.com for project information, and follow the project on Facebook and Twitter for real-time updates.

 

More Project Information:

 

The $1.6 billion Wekiva Parkway will complete the beltway around Central Florida while helping to protect the natural resources surrounding the Wekiva River. The Florida Department of Transportation and the Central Florida Expressway Authority have been working together to build the 25-mile toll road, which provides travel alternatives, enhances safety and relieves congestion on local roads. To date, 13 miles of the parkway are open to traffic. The entire parkway is expected to be open to traffic by late 2022.

 

Environmentalists refer to the Wekiva Parkway as a good example of transportation planning through environmentally sensitive areas. Authorized by the 2004 Wekiva Parkway & Protection Act, parkway development has included conserving more than 3,400 acres of land. The parkway will include four expansive wildlife bridges and will be largely elevated to reduce accidents between vehicles and wildlife.

 

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U.S. 441 Bridge Beam Installation Over S.R. 46 Requires Road Closure & Detour

January, 2019

MOUNT DORA _ Crews are scheduled intermittently at night Monday – Friday, January 7-11, to close State Road (S.R.) 46 at U.S. 441 to install beams for the new flyover bridge. Traffic will be detoured via Wolf Branch Road and Round Lake Road as noted on the map below. The work will occur at night from 8:30 p.m. – 6 a.m.

 

S.R. 46 between Round Lake Road and U.S. 441 at night will be open to local traffic only. Electronic message boards are in place and law enforcement officers will be on site to help direct drivers. Please note this schedule may change due to weather or other unexpected conditions.

 

This activity is part of Wekiva Parkway Sections 3A & 3B, which began in October of 2017.  Work is scheduled to finish in spring of 2020. This 3-mile stretch of non-tolled road improvements includes widening S.R. 46 and U.S. 441 to six lanes, sidewalks and other pedestrian improvements, and building a flyover ramp for the heavy traffic that will be trying to get to the parkway.

 

For questions and concerns please contact Mary Brooks, Public Information Officer at 407-694-5505 or via email at info@wekivaparkway.com. Please visit www.wekivaparkway.com for project information, and follow the project on Facebook and Twitter for real-time updates.

 

More Project Information:

 

The $1.6 billion Wekiva Parkway will complete the beltway around Central Florida while helping to protect the natural resources surrounding the Wekiva River. The Florida Department of Transportation and the Central Florida Expressway Authority have been working together to build the 25-mile toll road, which provides travel alternatives, enhances safety and relieves congestion on local roads. To date, 13 miles of the parkway are open to traffic. The entire parkway is expected to be open to traffic by late 2022.

 

Environmentalists refer to the Wekiva Parkway as a good example of transportation planning through environmentally sensitive areas. Authorized by the 2004 Wekiva Parkway & Protection Act, parkway development has included conserving more than 3,400 acres of land. The parkway will include four expansive wildlife bridges, and will be largely elevated to reduce accidents between vehicles and wildlife.

 

 

www.fdot.gov

 

U.S. 441 Bridge Beam Installation Over S.R. 46 Requires Road Closure & Detour

December, 2018

MOUNT DORA _ Crews are scheduled at night December 18-20 to close State Road (S.R.) 46 at U.S. 441 to install beams for the new flyover bridge. Traffic will be detoured via Wolf Branch Road and Round Lake Road as noted on the map below. The work will occur nightly from 8:30 p.m. – 6 a.m.

 

S.R. 46 between Round Lake Road and U.S. 441 at night will be open to local traffic only. Electronic message boards are in place and law enforcement officers will be on site to help direct drivers. Please note this schedule may change due to weather or other unexpected conditions.

This activity is part of Wekiva Parkway Sections 3A & 3B, which began in October of 2017.  Work is scheduled to finish in spring of 2020. This 3-mile stretch of non-tolled road improvements includes widening S.R. 46 and U.S. 441 to six lanes, sidewalks and other pedestrian improvements, and building a flyover ramp for the heavy traffic that will be trying to get to the parkway.

 

For questions and concerns please contact Mary Brooks, Public Information Officer at 407-694-5505 or via email at info@wekivaparkway.com. Please visit www.wekivaparkway.com for project information, and follow the project on Facebook and Twitter for real-time updates.

 

More Project Information:

 

The $1.6 billion Wekiva Parkway will complete the beltway around Central Florida while helping to protect the natural resources surrounding the Wekiva River. The Florida Department of Transportation and the Central Florida Expressway Authority have been working together to build the 25-mile toll road, which provides travel alternatives, enhances safety and relieves congestion on local roads. To date, 13 miles of the parkway are open to traffic. The entire parkway is expected to be open to traffic by late 2022.

 

Environmentalists refer to the Wekiva Parkway as a good example of transportation planning through environmentally sensitive areas. Authorized by the 2004 Wekiva Parkway & Protection Act, parkway development has included conserving more than 3,400 acres of land. The parkway will include four expansive wildlife bridges, and will be largely elevated to reduce accidents between vehicles and wildlife.

 

 

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New S.R. 46 Traffic Pattern To Follow Nighttime Lane Closures

December, 2018

SORRENTO, FL _ Crews are scheduled the nights of December 13 & 14 to conduct single lane closures on State Road (S.R.) 46 from Hojin Street to S.R. 429 as part building the Wekiva Parkway. During the lane closures, scheduled from 7 p.m. – 6 a.m., traffic in both directions will alternate through one lane.

 

The lane closures are needed for paving and striping. Once that work is complete, S.R. 46 traffic will shift onto a new alignment near Camp Challenge Road (see green route on map below). The new traffic pattern will require motorists to stop at a flashing traffic signal at a new T-intersection before continuing on S.R. 46.  The change also provides new S.R. 46 access to Camp Challenge Road.

 

Flaggers will direct traffic and electronic message boards are posted to alert drivers. Please note this schedule may change due to weather or other unexpected conditions. Motorists are urged to use caution in the construction area for their safety and that of the work crews.

 

Wekiva Parkway Section 5, one of the Florida Department of Transportation’s non-tolled road projects, will relocate a portion of County Road (C.R.) 46A away from the Seminole State Forest. This $9.9 million project is intended to improve connectivity between wildlife habitats and reduce the risk of collisions between vehicles and wildlife.

 

C.R. 46A is being realigned 2.5 miles from north of Arundel Way to connect to S.R. 429 east of Camp Challenge Road. Work includes building a multi-use trail along the S.R. 46 portion of the project, and a new signalized, T-intersection at C.R. 46A and S.R. 46.

 

Work began on this section on June 5, 2017, and is expected to finish by late 2019.

 

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Pipe Crossing Requires Closing Pinecrest Road, Detour

December, 2018

MOUNT DORA _ Crews are scheduled on Monday and Tuesday, December 10 and 11, to close Pinecrest Road at State Road (S.R.) 46 to install drainage pipe. Access to Pinecrest Road from S.R. 46 will be via the adjacent side street, Groveland Road, from 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. daily.

 

Electronic message boards are in place. Please note this schedule may change due to weather or other unexpected conditions.

 

This activity is part of Wekiva Parkway Sections 3A & 3B, which began in October of 2017.  Work is scheduled to finish in spring of 2020. This 3-mile stretch of non-tolled road improvements includes widening S.R. 46 and U.S. 441 to six lanes, sidewalks and other pedestrian improvements, and building a flyover ramp for the heavy traffic that will be trying to get to the parkway.

 

For questions and concerns please contact Mary Brooks, Public Information Officer at 407-694-5505 or via email at info@wekivaparkway.com. Please visit www.wekivaparkway.com for project information, and follow the project on Facebook and Twitter for real-time updates.

 

S.R. 46 Lane Closures Scheduled to Repair Pavement

December, 2018
SORRENTO, FL Crews are scheduled tonight and Friday night, December 6 and 7, to continue single lane closures on State Road (S.R.) 46 in the area of the Rock Springs Run State Reserve as part of building the Wekiva Parkway. Traffic in both directions will alternate through one lane from 9 p.m. - 5:30 a.m. to allow crews to repair the roadway pavement.
 
Electronic message boards have been posted and flaggers will help direct motorists. Please be advised that weather or other unexpected conditions could delay or prolong work.
 
This work is part of Wekiva Parkway Section 6, which began construction on October 17, 2017. The six-mile stretch of largely elevated expressway will extend along the S.R. 46 corridor from the S.R. 429 interchange east of Camp Challenge Road to just west of Longwood-Markham Road.
 
The project includes a non-tolled, service road for local travel, a new, much higher bridge over the Wekiva River, and several wildlife bridges to allow animals to pass safely between the Seminole State Forest, Rock Springs Run State Reserve and Lower Wekiva River Preserve.
 
A multi-use trail with scenic overlooks at the wildlife bridges will be included along the service road on this section. Work will include connector roads between remaining sections of C.R. 46A and S.R. 46 to maintain private property access. Work is scheduled to finish in 2022. Other project information can be found at www.wekivaparkway.com. Follow the project on Facebook and Twitter for real-time updates.
 
More Project Information: The $1.6 billion Wekiva Parkway will complete the beltway around Central Florida, while helping to protect the natural resources surrounding the Wekiva River. The Florida Department of Transportation and the Central Florida Expressway Authority so far have completed 13 miles of the eventual 25-mile toll road. The parkway will provide travel alternatives, enhance safety and relieve U.S. 441, S.R. 46 and other area roads of traffic congestion.
 
Environmentalists refer to the Wekiva Parkway as a good example of transportation planning through environmentally sensitive areas. Parkway development has included conserving more than 3,400 acres of land, building wildlife bridges, and a largely elevated expressway to separate vehicles and wildlife.

 

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S.R. 46 Lane Closures Scheduled to Repair Pavement

December, 2018

SORRENTO, FL Crews are scheduled Wednesday night, December 5, to conduct single lane closures on State Road (S.R.) 46 in the area of the Rock Springs Run State Reserve as part of building the Wekiva Parkway. Traffic in both directions will alternate through one lane from 9 p.m. - 5:30 a.m. to allow crews to repair the roadway pavement.

 

Electronic message boards have been posted and flaggers will help direct motorists. Please be advised that weather or other unexpected conditions could delay or prolong work.

 

This work is part of Wekiva Parkway Section 6, which began construction on October 17, 2017. The six-mile stretch of largely elevated expressway will extend along the S.R. 46 corridor from the S.R. 429 interchange east of Camp Challenge Road to just west of Longwood-Markham Road.

 

The project includes a non-tolled, service road for local travel, a new, much higher bridge over the Wekiva River, and several wildlife bridges to allow animals to pass safely between the Seminole State Forest, Rock Springs Run State Reserve and Lower Wekiva River Preserve.

 

A multi-use trail with scenic overlooks at the wildlife bridges will be included along the service road on this section. Work will include connector roads between remaining sections of C.R. 46A and S.R. 46 to maintain private property access. Work is scheduled to finish in 2022. Other project information can be found at www.wekivaparkway.com. Follow the project on Facebook and Twitter for real-time updates.

 

More Project Information: The $1.6 billion Wekiva Parkway will complete the beltway around Central Florida, while helping to protect the natural resources surrounding the Wekiva River. The Florida Department of Transportation and the Central Florida Expressway Authority so far have completed 13 miles of the eventual 25-mile toll road. The parkway will provide travel alternatives, enhance safety and relieve U.S. 441, S.R. 46 and other area roads of traffic congestion.

 

Environmentalists refer to the Wekiva Parkway as a good example of transportation planning through environmentally sensitive areas. Parkway development has included conserving more than 3,400 acres of land, building wildlife bridges, and a largely elevated expressway to separate vehicles and wildlife.

 

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