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This project will add capacity and improve safety on Florida’s Turnpike from State Road 821 to Griffin Road in south-central Broward County. These Transportation Systems Management & Operations (TSM&O) projects will add an additional travel lane in each direction by repurposing a portion of the shoulder and widening existing pavement to provide a fourth travel lane both in the northbound and southbound directions.

The project includes construction of noise walls along the right-of-way where reasonable and feasible, as well as improvements to drainage, lighting, signing, and pavement markings. Improvements at the Hollywood Blvd/Pines Blvd interchange will be made.

Design is scheduled to be completed by the third Quarter of 2023. Construction is anticipated to take approximately 3 years starting the first quarter of 2024. Please note that the schedule is subject to change.

This graphic is available for download on the main project website (www.TurnpikeSouthBroward.com) under the Documents section.

The Study Team is also coordinating with other Turnpike projects to the north and south of the study limits.

This graphic is available for download on the main project website (www.TurnpikeSouthBroward.com) under the Documents section.

This graphic depicts the proposed roadway section for the 446223-1 segment which is from State Road 821 to Johnson Street. Note that the existing three lanes will be milled and resurfaced and the new fourth lane will be added to the outside in both directions.

To avoid any impact to the Florida Gas Transmission lines, both the inside and outside paved shoulders will be reduced to allow for the improvement while avoiding impacts to the gas mains. On the side where no gas main is present, standard width shoulders are provided. New shoulders are to be constructed with new guardrail, regrading of the roadside ditches and noise walls where proposed. Noise walls will be constructed at the right-of-way where they meet criteria. Heights of noise walls will vary from 14 to 22 feet.

This graphic is available for download on the main project website (www.TurnpikeSouthBroward.com) under the Documents section.

The 446224-1 segment of the project from Johnson Street to Griffin Road will be similar to the segment to the south. Existing lanes will be resurfaced, widening to the outside to create a fourth lane both northbound and southbound, shoulders will be reduced where required to avoid impacts to the Florida Gas Transmission lines running along the east side of the Turnpike. Noise walls will be constructed at the right-of-way where they meet criteria. Heights of noise walls will vary from 14 to 22 feet. Drainage pipes will be installed to drain the project limits, with a new outfall to the South Florida Water Management District C-11 Canal. Silver Lake will be connected to the system for water quality and storage benefits.

This graphic is available for download on the main project website (www.TurnpikeSouthBroward.com) under the Documents section.

There are four corridor boards that make up the entire project area. In addition, a board covering the Hollywood Blvd interchange was developed.

This map is available for download on the main project website (www.TurnpikeSouthBroward.com) under the Documents section.

There are four corridor boards that make up the entire project area. In addition, a board covering the Hollywood Blvd interchange was developed.

This map is available for download on the main project website (www.TurnpikeSouthBroward.com) under the Documents section.

There are four corridor boards that make up the entire project area. In addition, a board covering the Hollywood Blvd interchange was developed.

This map is available for download on the main project website (www.TurnpikeSouthBroward.com) under the Documents section.

There are four corridor boards that make up the entire project area. In addition, a board covering the Hollywood Blvd interchange was developed.

This map is available for download on the main project website (www.TurnpikeSouthBroward.com) under the Documents section.

There are four corridor boards that make up the entire project area. In addition, a board covering the Hollywood Blvd interchange was developed.

This map is available for download on the main project website (www.TurnpikeSouthBroward.com) under the Documents section.

The overall objective of the project is to improve travel time reliability and enhance mobility on the Turnpike thus this board shows a photo of existing traffic conditions within the corridor, a graph showing increasing crashes per year and economic costs that will result from these crashes. The heat map depicts density of crashes for the project corridor.

This graphic is available for download on the main project website (www.TurnpikeSouthBroward.com) under the Documents section.

The overall objective of the project is to improve travel time reliability and enhance mobility at the Hollywood Blvd./Pines Blvd. interchange, thus this board shows a photo of existing traffic conditions at the exit ramp, a graph showing crashes per year and economic costs that will result from those crashes. The heat map depicts density of crashes for the interchange area and nearby intersections.

This graphic is available for download on the main project website (www.TurnpikeSouthBroward.com) under the Documents section.

If you would like to speak with someone regarding this project, please contact one of the Turnpike representatives listed here.

This graphic is available for download on the main project website (www.TurnpikeSouthBroward.com) under the Documents section.

This project is being developed in accordance with the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act, public participation is solicited without regard to race, color, national origin, age, sex, religion, disability, or family status. Please contact one of the Title VI coordinators shown here to express any concerns regarding Florida Turnpike’s compliance with Title VI.

This graphic is available for download on the main project website (www.TurnpikeSouthBroward.com) under the Documents section.

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