The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise is performing a Project Development and Environment (PD&E) Study for the Sawgrass Expressway (SR 869) from south of US 441 (SR 7) to Powerline Road (SR 845), in Broward County, Florida. Along the Florida's Turnpike Mainline, the study limits extend from Wiles Road to the Broward/Palm Beach County line. Join the mailing list to stay connected and informed on the latest study developments.
The PD&E Study will address existing and future traffic needs, improved travel time reliability, enhanced safety and long-term mobility options along the corridor. The study is evaluating managed lanes along the corridor and improvements to the interchanges at US 441, Lyons Road, and Florida's Turnpike as well as the Powerline Road intersection.
The PD&E Study will evaluate the social, economic, physical and environmental impacts associated with the potential improvements.
The PD&E Study limits are shown in turquoise on the map below and designated with a star. The study team has been coordinating monthly with FDOT District 4 and will continue to do so throughout the PD&E Study, including coordination with the other adjacent studies/projects shown below. If you have questions about the FDOT D4 SW 10th Street PD&E Study, please visit: www.sw10street.com
A PD&E Study is an environmental and engineering process conducted by FDOT to determine social, economic, physical and environmental impacts associated with a proposed transportation improvement project. An important component of the process is public and agency involvement. The process follows Federal and State laws and regulations. It requires the combined efforts of professional engineers, planners and scientists who collect and analyze project-related information to develop the best solution for a community’s transportation needs while minimizing impacts.
The PD&E process is an integrated work effort involving engineering analysis and environmental evaluation, all accomplished within the context of a public participation program. The following are the key components of the process:
The final phase of the PD&E process involves the preparation of preliminary engineering and environmental documentation.
Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise encourages the public to be involved throughout the study by providing comments, questions and suggestions to the study team. Project-related information will be provided to interested parties, including property owners, tenants and leaseholders within 300 feet of the project limits, as well as state and local officials, government organizations and other groups. Information will be available through newsletters, this website, public information meetings and public inquiries. Newsletters will be available prior to each public meeting/hearing. Public participation is solicited without regard to race, color, national origin, age, sex, religion, disability or family status.
Visit the “Stay Connected” of this website to be added to the mailing list or arrange a meeting with the study team.
The natural environment is a critical foundation of the region’s economy and quality of life.
Access to high-quality rivers, parks, forests, and preserves is an important draw for residents and visitors.
FDOT is working collaboratively with its environmental partners to ensure that as new transportation corridors are considered, they are located in places that would not sever important connections in natural systems, or that they are designed to allow wildlife to safely pass.
The future of transportation is already here. Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise is leading the region by planning for a safer, more efficient, and more technologically advanced corridor for the future. Emerging transportation technologies will be considered in the PD&E Study to address the transportation goals and needs along the corridor.
The PD&E Study will identify corridor improvements that will:
As the Turnpike looks to integrate these project goals into the overall design, a key element of the project will be the consideration for new and emerging transportation technologies. There are several technologies that can be accommodated in a new corridor to help improve safety, create efficiency and minimize environmental impacts.
Do you have an idea for a technology or innovation to be considered as part of this study? Click here and submit your idea.
Two more public meetings are anticipated to be held to involve the public and stakeholders in the project development process. These public meetings will provide information regarding the project’s status and seek public input.
To learn more about related projects and studies, click the links below:
Links to other Agencies:
For information in Spanish, please contact: (Para información en español por favor contacte:)
(407) 264-3802, Henry.Pinzon@dot.state.fl.us
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Public participation is solicited without regard to race, color, national origin, age, sex, religion, disability, or family status.
A PD&E Study milestone schedule is provided below: