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  • Access management for a multi-lane, undivided roadway
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  • Traffic analysis/concept plans
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  • Streetscape enhancement coordination
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S.R. 0080 Access Management

FloridaHighways, Streets & StructuresSignal & ITSTraffic & Parking
FDOT - District 1 - City of Fort Myers, Lee County, FL
  • S.R. 0080 Access Management by McMahon Associates
  • S.R. 0080 Access Management by McMahon Associates
  • S.R. 0080 Access Management by McMahon Associates
  • S.R. 0080 Access Management by McMahon Associates
  • S.R. 0080 Access Management by McMahon Associates
  • S.R. 0080 Access Management by McMahon Associates
  • S.R. 0080 Access Management by McMahon Associates
  • S.R. 0080 Access Management by McMahon Associates
  • S.R. 0080 Access Management by McMahon Associates
  • S.R. 0080 Access Management by McMahon Associates
  • S.R. 0080 Access Management by McMahon Associates

The City of Fort Myers partnered with the Florida Department of Transportation (DOT) and Lee County DOT in an Inter‐Governmental Agreement for the streetscape/access management for 3.5 miles along SR‐80/Palm Beach Boulevard to Seaboard Street. The existing corridor was a multi‐lane, undivided roadway with major cross‐street intersections and heavy commercial driveway access points. The project required extensive public involvement with the businesses, residents and agencies to realize the benefits of access management, and the development of a controlled access landscape median plan. McMahon evaluated the existing and future traffic impacts in reference to access management. The outcome of the project was a success with the local community and business leaders.