CR 183 Widening & Resurfacing

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CR 183 Widening & Resurfacing

CR 183 Widening & Resurfacing

Client: Walton County Public Works
Location: Walton County, FL
Service: Transportation & Mobility

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

With funding from the Florida Department of Transportation’s Small County Outreach Program (SCOP) the County selected Genesis to provide both design and CEI services for completion of the rehabilitation of this roadway. The existing roadway consisted of two 10’ wide travel lanes, 6’ wide grassed shoulders, roadside swales and cross drain pipes. There were two existing bridges within the project limits.

The proposed design included widening the roadway to two 11’ wide lanes, extending cross drains outside the clear zone, protecting headwalls and drop-off s with new guardrail, reshaping and stabilizing shoulders and swales, replacing existing mailboxes and using overbuild to bring super elevated sections of the roadway into compliance with the appropriate criteria for the desired posted speed. The pavement was re-striped based on current no-passing zone criteria and new signage was added.

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CR 183 Widening & Resurfacing


Walton County, FL

Client:

Walton County Public Works

Location:

Walton County, FL

Service

Transportation & Mobility

Highlights:

Civil Engineering
Construction Engineering and Inspection

Contact Staff:

James P. Sullivan, P.E.

CR 183 Widening & Resurfacing

With funding from the Florida Department of Transportation’s Small County Outreach Program (SCOP) the County selected Genesis to provide both design and CEI services for completion of the rehabilitation of this roadway. The existing roadway consisted of two 10’ wide travel lanes, 6’ wide grassed shoulders, roadside swales and cross drain pipes. There were two existing bridges within the project limits.

The proposed design included widening the roadway to two 11’ wide lanes, extending cross drains outside the clear zone, protecting headwalls and drop-off s with new guardrail, reshaping and stabilizing shoulders and swales, replacing existing mailboxes and using overbuild to bring super elevated sections of the roadway into compliance with the appropriate criteria for the desired posted speed. The pavement was re-striped based on current no-passing zone criteria and new signage was added.