Connections 2040 Regional Mobility Plan Amendment

The CRTPA is seeking input from the community on amending the Connections 2040 Regional Mobility Plan to include three projects on Interstate 10.  These projects may lead to the eventual widening of Interstate 10 from 4 four lanes to six lanes in the following locations:

West of the US 90 interchange in Gadsden County to the Leon County Line ($1,050,000), FDOT Project Number 222530-5.  The link to the FDOT Work Program also Includes an associated project map.

Gadsden County Line to West of Capital Circle, Northwest ($630,000), FDOT Project Number 222530-6. The link to the FDOT Work Program also Includes an associated project map.

East of Capital Circle, Northeast to West of SR 59 ($2,100,000), FDOT Project Number 406585-3. The link to the FDOT Work Program also Includes an associated project map.

An Amendment Document was created for the projects along with the Existing Cost Feasible Plan and Amended Cost Feasible Plan.

Per the Public Involvement Process Plan these amendments are required to be posted for 30 days with an adoption date of June 17, 2019 at the CRTPA Board meeting. The CRTPA Board meeting will be held at 1:30 pm in the City Commissioner Chamber at Tallahassee City Hall on the 2nd Floor.  Parking is available at Kleman Plaza located behind City Hall on Duval Street.

If you would like to provide comments you can contact Jack Kostrzewa at john.kostrzewa@crtpa.org or via the telephone at 850 891 8630.

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