Preferred Roadway Plan Station

Preferred Roadway Plan - Shared Use Paths

  • 34% of public vote (more than any other alternative)

  • Four-lane roadway

  • Travel lane widths are 11 feet

  • Shared use path width is 12 feet

  • Add landscape to swale

PALM BAY ROAD TO FLANAGAN AVENUE PREFERRED ROADWAY PLAN

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  • Palm Bay Road – Vehicular and pedestrian safety improvements

  • Hield Road – Add exclusive eastbound left-turn lane to improve traffic operations

  • Norfolk Parkway – Two left-turn lanes and shared thru/right turn lane on eastbound approach  to improve traffic operations (currently in design by West Melbourne)

  • Carriage Gate Drive – Convert to a directional median opening to improve safety and traffic operations

  • Burdock Avenue/Eber Boulevard – Add second westbound left-turn lane and raised median along Eber Boulevard to improve safety and traffic operations

  • Enhanced pedestrian facilities to improve safety at each intersection

FLANAGAN AVENUE TO HELEN STREET PREFERRED ROADWAY PLAN

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  • Fell Road/Wingate Boulevard – Pedestrian/bicycle safety improvements

  • Milwaukee Avenue/Heritage Oaks Boulevard – Based on public comment, added exclusive westbound left-turn lane to improve traffic operations and safety

  • Henry Avenue – Added second westbound left-turn lane and provided access management improvements to facilitate better traffic operations and safety

  • Enhanced pedestrian facilities to improve safety at each intersection

TRAFFIC OPERATIONS AND COST SUMMARY

  • No Improvements: 4 of 6 intersections operate at LOS E/F in one peak hour

  • With Improvements: Only 1 intersection operates at LOS E in one peak hour

  • Travel time reductions between 9% and 28% during peak hours

  • Total right-of-way and construction cost = $13.5 million

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