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US 41 Complete Streets Corridor Study

District Office
L.K. Nandam
District One Secretary

801 N. Broadway Ave.
Bartow, Florida 33830

Tel: 800-519-2300
Fax: 863-534-7265
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Welcome

FDOT conducted a corridor planning study for US 41, from University Parkway to Whitfield Avenue. The study evaluated existing multimodal corridor needs, existing and future regional travel needs, safety improvements, and the community vision and desires for this portion of the US 41/Tamiami Trail Scenic Highway. Based upon an understanding of regional and corridor needs, the Study Team evaluated a range of possible improvement scenarios, from intersection improvements to introduction of bicycle facilities to changes in the vehicle travel lanes along US 41/Tamiami Trail, in an effort to improve safety, access to destinations along the corridor, and mobility through the corridor.

For a comprehensive overview of the project, download the Project Executive Summary

Project At-A-Glance


District
One (Southwest Florida)

Start Date
April 2017

Completion Date
May 2019

Lengths and Limits
2.08 miles

Project Manager
David Agacinski
Tel: (239) 225-1959
David.Agacinski@dot.state.fl.us



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