The Florida Department of Transportation held a public workshop to seek public comment and input regarding the future plans for improvements to the I-95 corridor between the St. Johns/Flagler County Line to Interstate 10 in St. Johns and Duval Counties. The meeting was held on Thursday, October 12, 2006, at the Renaissance Resort at World Golf Village, 500 South Legacy Trail, St. Augustine, Florida. Department personnel and consultants from the project team were on hand with maps, drawings and other project information to share with the public. Department and project staff were available to discuss possible future improvements to the interstate, as well as answer questions regarding the study. The Department also gave a formal presentation followed by an opportunity for more structured public comment. The presentation (Kickoff 10-11-06.ppt) is available for download by clicking the link for the Data Repository
The Florida Department of Transportation is continuing the master plan study of the Interstate 95 corridor from the St. Johns/Flagler County Line to Interstate 10 in St. Johns and Duval Counties. The first phase of the study was to identify those problems facing the interstate corridor. The Project team then identified alternative solutions to address those problems. Currently the project team is evaluating the alternative improvement scenarios. Once the alternatives have been analyzed, the project team will share their findings with the public. The public will be encouraged to share their comments, opinions and experiences regarding the proposed alternatives with the Department. The project team is busy planning this workshop and anticipates it will be held during the summer. Please check the website for updates and information regarding upcoming workshops. For more information, please contact the Public Involvement Task Manager, Trey Fragala at Powell, Fragala & Associates, Inc. or the FDOT Project Manager, James Green.