Maclay Road Realignment

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Maclay Road Realignment

Maclay Road Realignment

Client: City of Tallahassee - Public Works Department
Location: Tallahassee, FL
Size: Approx. 1400 feet
Service: Transportation & Mobility

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

Genesis provided design services for the realignment of Maclay Road between Thomasville Road and Maclay Boulevard. The new alignment traverses Maclay Gardens State Park and aligns with existing Killearney Way at Thomasville Road. Impacts to the State Park were mitigated by providing a new entrance to the Park on the new roadway and by significant stormwater management facilities to relieve flooding within the Park. The new roadway includes a four lane divided typical section, with bike lanes and sidewalks on both sides.

The stormwater management element of the design includes the re-direction of runoff from approximately 50 acres of commercial property which was previously permitted as an inter-basin transfer. This project, in large part, returns the drainage patterns to their historical configurations and greatly reduces the degradation of Lake Hall within the Park.

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Maclay Road Realignment


Tallahassee, FL

Client:

City of Tallahassee - Public Works Department

Location:

Tallahassee, FL

Size:

Approx. 1400 feet

Service

Transportation & Mobility

Highlights:

Environmental Permitting
Roadway Design
Stormwater Master Planning

Contact Staff:

James P. Sullivan, P.E.

Maclay Road Realignment

Genesis provided design services for the realignment of Maclay Road between Thomasville Road and Maclay Boulevard. The new alignment traverses Maclay Gardens State Park and aligns with existing Killearney Way at Thomasville Road. Impacts to the State Park were mitigated by providing a new entrance to the Park on the new roadway and by significant stormwater management facilities to relieve flooding within the Park. The new roadway includes a four lane divided typical section, with bike lanes and sidewalks on both sides.

The stormwater management element of the design includes the re-direction of runoff from approximately 50 acres of commercial property which was previously permitted as an inter-basin transfer. This project, in large part, returns the drainage patterns to their historical configurations and greatly reduces the degradation of Lake Hall within the Park.