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Title: Public Meeting Presentation


1
Public Meeting Presentation March 15, 2004
2
Project Location
  • Project Purpose
  • Traffic reliever to I-95
  • Integrate road with the Northwest Sector Plan
  • Connect Racetrack Road to CR 208
  • Study Objective
  • Determine the location of the roadway
  • Provide Right-of-Way Maps

3
Project History
  • 1995 - St. Johns County and Florida Department of
    Transportation Variance Agreement
  • 2001 - St. Johns County adopts a preferred
    location for the north/south roadway (CR 2209) as
    part of the Sector Plan
  • 2002 - St. Johns County adopts a Northwest
    Sector Plan that includes the CR 2209 Corridor
  • 2003 - CR 2209 Preliminary Engineering Study
    begins
  • The Variance Agreement with the FDOT requires
    the CR 2209 project to meet the following
    deadlines
  • North Segment   Right of way maps by December
    2005   Construction to start by December 2009 
  • Central Segment   Right of way maps by December
    2006   Construction to start by December 2010 
  • South Segment   Right of way maps by December
    2007   Construction to start by December 2015

4
Corridor Study Recommendations
  • Segment 1 LINK N2
  • Provides direct connection to Racetrack Road
  • Supports a future connection to SR 9B
  • Avoids Durbin Creek crossing
  • Shortest segment length (3.1 miles)
  • Significantly fewer wetlands (22.5 acres)
  • Least construction cost (8.0M) 
  • Segment 2 LINK C2
  • Borders wetland providing additional buffer and
    protection
  • Forces development and access to one side (west)
    of the proposed roadway
  • Creates additional access to International Golf
    Parkway
  • Shortest segment length (8.0 miles)
  • Least construction cost (20.4M) 
  • Segment 3 LINK S1
  • Least wetland impact between S1 S3
  • No Six Mile Creek Crossing required as compared
    to S3
  • Least construction cost (7.8M)
  • Satisfies the Variance Agreement by connecting
    to CR 208

5
2001 Corridor Study Recommendations
  • General Location for the Roadway
  • Specific Design Items
  • Design Speed of 60 mph
  • Arterial Roadway with Intersections
  • Number of Lanes and Right-of-Way Width
  • Access Management Criteria

6
2001 Corridor Study Recommended Typical Sections
Racetrack Road to SR 16
  • SR 16 to CR 208

7
Major Developments
  • Approved Since 2001
  • Nocatee
  • Aberdeen
  • Durbin Crossing
  • Samara and Palm Lakes
  • Vestcor Plantation
  • RiverTown

8
Future Roadway Projects
9
North Segment
  • Racetrack Road to Russell Sampson Road (Phase 1)

10
North Segment
  • Racetrack Road to Russell Sampson Road

11
North Segment
  • Russell Sampson Road to CR 210

12
Central Segment
  • South Approach to CR 210 Intersection

13
Recommended Design Criteria
  • Arterial Type Roadway (Intersections/not
    Interchanges)
  • Design Speed - 60 mph
  • Access Management Class 3 Designation
  • Rural Typical Section (Minimum Right-of-Way Width
    of 200 Feet)

14
Access Management
PURPOSE
  • Protect the Integrity of the Roadway System
  • Provide Safety to the User

15
Access Management Focus Items
  • Spacing of Signals
  • Spacing of Median Openings
  • Spacing of Side Road Connections
  • Type of Median
  • Type of Median Opening

16
Access Management Class 3
1 MILE
  • SPEED gt45MPH
  • SIGNALS
  • FULL MEDIAN OPENINGS
  • CONNECTIONS

1/2 MILE
1/4 MILE
CONNECTIONS CAN OCCUR EVERY 660 FEET
1 MILE
  • SPEED lt45MPH
  • SIGNALS
  • FULL MEDIAN OPENINGS
  • CONNECTIONS

1/2 MILE
1/4 MILE
CONNECTIONS CAN OCCUR EVERY 440 FEET
17
2002 Traffic Volumes (Daily)
8,600
11,900
9,700
LEGEND Daily Traffic
14,400
13,400
11,900 - Year 2002
50,500
4,700
8,100
7,000
16,900
5,200
21,900
7,600
18
Current Study - Year 2037 Traffic Forecasts
8,600
77,200
38,800
103,200
15,000
11,900
19,800
98,000
9,700
63,600
39,100
68,400
78,500
90,300
LEGEND Daily Traffic
14,400
86,500
13,400
41,200
11,900 - Year 2002
58,500
68,400 - Year 2025
133,000
90,300 - Year 2037
42,800
56,400
4,700
8,100
24,900
21,300
7,000
34,900
22,400
29,600
16,900
18,600
31,600
21,800
1,600
5,200
21,900
18,300
12,700
58,700
19
Central and South Segment
  • Rural Typical Section 4 Lane Requirement

Rural Typical Section 6 Lane Requirement
20
Tonights Meeting
PURPOSE
  • Provide information regarding the status of the
    project
  • Secure citizen input prior to the development of
    alternatives within the recommended corridor

21
Project Schedule
Activity
Date
  • Public Kick-off Meeting March 15, 2004
  • Alternatives Public Meeting May/June 2004
  • Recommended Alternative Public Meeting January
    2005
  • Right-of-Way Maps June 2005
  • County/FDOT I-95 (Variance Agreement
    Requirements)
  • North Segment (Racetrack Road to CR 210)
  • Right-of-Way Maps 2005
  • Construction 2009
  • Open to Traffic 2011
  • Central Segment (CR 210 to SR 16)
  • Right-of-Way Maps 2006
  • Construction 2010
  • Open to Traffic 2012
  • South Segment (SR 16 to CR 208)
  • Right-of-Way Maps 2007
  • Construction 2015
  • Open to Traffic 2017

22
Public Meeting Presentation March 15, 2004
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