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Immokalee Road (CR 846) at Randall Boulevard Intersection Project Development and Environment (PD&E) Study
The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), District One is conducting a Project Development and Environment (PD&E) study of the intersection of Immokalee Road (CR 846) at Randall Boulevard in Collier County. The project limits are shown on the project location map below. The study will involve the evaluation of several intersection concepts to enhance traffic operations and safety conditions based on current and future travel demands.
This website contains information related to the PD&E study process, includes project documents and provides for public involvement opportunities and contact information. The website will serve as the central hub for the project. Documents, meeting announcements and other information will be posted as it becomes available. Please check back regularly!
Thank you for your interest in the Immokalee Road at Randall Blvd intersection project. As of May 2016, the FDOT developed a traffic study and several initial alternatives. Traffic demand in the study area over the next 20 to 30 years is greatly influenced by other related roadway projects to Randall Blvd by Collier County. Therefore, any decisions regarding proposed improvements for the Immokalee Road at Randall Blvd intersection are postponed until more information is available to support the project purpose and need. A public meeting and public hearing will be scheduled in 2017 to allow the public the opportunity to comment on proposed alternatives.
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Lengths and Limits
The limits of the project will extend along Immokalee Road approximately 3,000 feet south and 3,000 feet north of the existing intersection at Randall Boulevard. The limits of the project will also extend along Randall Boulevard approximately 3,000 feet east of the existing intersection with Immokalee Road.
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