SR 61 (Thomasville Road)

> SR 61 (Thomasville Road)

SR 61 (Thomasville Road)

SR 61 (Thomasville Road)

Client: FDOT District 3
Location: Leon County, FL
Size: 4 miles
Service: Transportation & Mobility

Highlights:
Contact Staff: James P. Sullivan, P.E.
 

This is a major project to convert four miles of two lane roadway to four lanes with a bifurcated median, approximately 120 feet in width, to provide natural undisturbed areas between the roadways. The project included design of a complex swale system with intermittent ditch blocks for conveyance and included development of conservation easements along both sides of the proposed roadway. Due to its significance as a primary link for I-10 into south Georgia, this corridor is included within the Florida Intrastate Highway System (FIHS) which mandates stringent controls for levels of service, design speed, access and connection spacing.

Public involvement for this project required meetings with property owners, County officials, concerned citizens, and conducting public informational meetings. For informational purposes, Genesis prepared computer generated corridor maps and typical cross sections to depict the proposed construction.

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SR 61 (Thomasville Road)


Leon County, FL

Client:

FDOT District 3

Location:

Leon County, FL

Size:

4 miles

Service

Transportation & Mobility

Highlights:

Roadway Design
Topographic Surveys
Utility Coordination

Contact Staff:

James P. Sullivan, P.E.

SR 61 (Thomasville Road)

This is a major project to convert four miles of two lane roadway to four lanes with a bifurcated median, approximately 120 feet in width, to provide natural undisturbed areas between the roadways. The project included design of a complex swale system with intermittent ditch blocks for conveyance and included development of conservation easements along both sides of the proposed roadway. Due to its significance as a primary link for I-10 into south Georgia, this corridor is included within the Florida Intrastate Highway System (FIHS) which mandates stringent controls for levels of service, design speed, access and connection spacing.

Public involvement for this project required meetings with property owners, County officials, concerned citizens, and conducting public informational meetings. For informational purposes, Genesis prepared computer generated corridor maps and typical cross sections to depict the proposed construction.