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  • Improve Hillsboro Blvd from the Federal Highway to the Intracoastal Waterway
Our Solutions
  • Traffic analysis
  • Access management evaluation
  • Project traffic forecasting
  • Traffic control plan preparation
  • Traffic signal design & plans preparation
  • Signing & pavement marking plans preparation
  • Lighting design
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Hillsboro Boulevard Streetscape

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City of Deerfield Beach, Broward County, FL
  • Hillsboro Boulevard Streetscape by McMahon Associates
  • Hillsboro Boulevard Streetscape by McMahon Associates
  • Hillsboro Boulevard Streetscape by McMahon Associates
  • Hillsboro Boulevard Streetscape by McMahon Associates
  • Hillsboro Boulevard Streetscape by McMahon Associates
  • Hillsboro Boulevard Streetscape by McMahon Associates
  • Hillsboro Boulevard Streetscape by McMahon Associates
  • Hillsboro Boulevard Streetscape by McMahon Associates
  • Hillsboro Boulevard Streetscape by McMahon Associates

McMahon, as a subconsultant, was retained to provide traffic engineering for the Hillsboro Boulevard Streetscape in Deerfield Beach, FL. As part of a Local Area Plan (LAP)/Joint Permit Application (JPA) project between the City of Deerfield Beach and Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), the City proposed to improve the Hillsboro Boulevard corridor, from Federal Highway to the Intracoastal Waterway crossing, approximately 1 mile in length. The project, a $13 million streetscape improvement project, required the development of an urban design, with on‐street parking, sidewalks, bus bays, improved landscaping, highway lighting and traffic signalization and four (4) intersections. The project was also coordinated with Broward County for the access management study, to have a modified trafficways right‐of‐way maps; as well as traffic signalization, maintenance of traffic (MOT), signing and pavement markings, and extensive coordination with local utilities and governing agencies to facilitate the proposed project development. This project is an FDOT District Four permit project. The limits began at Federal Highway, US‐1/SR‐5, and extend east,approximately 0.67 miles, to the approach of the Intracoastal Bridge.