Below are the lane closures for ongoing Florida Department of Transportation construction projects in the City of Hollywood.
Hollywood Boulevard Complete Streets Project in Hollywood from east of City Hall Circle to Dixie Highway
• Westbound Hollywood Boulevard east of 24 Avenue to City Hall Circle has been shifted north.
Description: The improvements under this contract include removing old asphalt, resurfacing the roadway, adding decorative lighting, widening sidewalks and adding decorative pattern, upgrading existing pedestrian signals to countdown timers, constructing new median with parallel parking, replacing the existing water main and connections at various cross streets, and upgrading signs and pavement markings to reflect the new roadway configuration as follows: two lanes in each direction throughout the entire corridor, a four-foot bike lane in each direction separated by a two-foot buffer throughout the entire corridor. For more information, contact Community Outreach Specialist Rebecca Guerrero at (954)218-2304 or email@example.com.
Cost/Completion: $7,667,258.35 /fall 2019
A1A Improvements Project from Sheridan Street to Monroe Street in Hollywood
• Intermittent lane shifts may occur from Hollywood Boulevard to Sheridan Street only a few blocks at a time, Monday through Friday between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Description: Improvements under this project include removing old asphalt and resurfacing the roadway, widening sidewalks and upgrading ramps to meet ADA requirements, replacing drainage structures and installing flap gates, removing, narrowing, and /or upgrading medians and curb and gutter, adding 4-foot bike lanes from Monroe Street to Arizona Street, adding sharrows (share the road pavement markings) from Arizona Street to Sheridan Street, upgrading and installing new pedestrian signals, and minor signalization and street light improvements. For more information, contact Community Outreach Specialist Rebecca Guerrero at (954)218-2304 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about the project please click the following link: http://d4fdot.com/bcfdot/a1a_improvements_from_sheridan_st_monroe_st_hollywood.asp
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Cost/Completion: $9,366,292.09 / summer 2019
Mobility Improvements Project in Pembroke Pines and Hollywood
• The right-turn lane from southbound Flamingo Road onto westbound Pembroke road is temporarily closed for the installation of sidewalks.
• One eastbound lane of Hollywood Boulevard from Presidential/Academy Circle to South Park Road is permanently closed for drainage installation.
• Two lanes in each direction of S 35 Street at Hollywood Boulevard will be closed overnight, Sunday through Friday between 9 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. for the installation of lighting and signal conduit.
• The left turn lane just west of SW 136 Avenue from eastbound Pines Boulevard will be temporarily closed through May for widening operations.
• The outside eastbound lane on Pines Boulevard just west of Grand Palm Avenue will be temporarily closed through May for widening operations.
• The left-turn lane from westbound Pines Boulevard to 12800 Pines Boulevard will be closed Monday through Friday, between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. for roadway widening operations.
Description: Improvements under this contract consist of upgrading pedestrian signals and modifying crosswalks and pedestrian ramps to meet ADA requirements, modifying drainage structures and lighting, minor widening, installing steel sheet pile wall and guardrail, and resurfacing existing roadway where associated with pedestrian improvement, extending the length of turn lanes, widening, resurfacing, and restriping roadway to add bike lanes in both directions, upgrading pedestrian ramps and crosswalks. For more information, contact Community Outreach Specialist Rebecca Guerrero at (954)218-2304 or email@example.com.
Cost/Completion: $2.3 million/ summer 2019
SR 7 / US 441 Improvements Project from Fillmore Street to south of Stirling Road in Hollywood and the Seminole Indian Reservation
• One lane in each direction of SR-7 from Fillmore Street to south of Stirling Road may be closed intermittently Sunday through Thursday evenings and weekends between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m.
• Two lanes in each direction on SR-7 from Sheridan Street to West Park Road will be closed overnight, Tuesday, May 28 through Friday, May 31 between 8 p.m. and 7 a.m. One lane in each direction will be maintained at all times.
Description: Project improvements include adding one through lane in each direction for a total of six lanes with left turn lanes separated by raised medians, constructing new storm sewer system and retention ponds, installing new water and sewer lines, constructing bus bays at current bus stop locations, constructing curbs and gutters, adding or replacing sidewalks with ADA compliant ramps on both sides of the road, upgrading existing signalized intersections with mast arms and add pedestrian countdown timers at Johnson Street, Taft Street, and Sheridan Street, installing new signalized intersection and pedestrian countdown timers at Fillmore Street, improving street lighting along the corridor by installing new lighting system along the west side of SR 7/US 441, adding Intelligent Transportation System components including digital message signs and traffic monitoring cameras, and resurfacing the roadway. For more information, contact Community Outreach Specialist Rebecca Guerrero at (954)218-2304 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Cost/Completion: $29.6 million / spring 2019
Hollywood Gardens West Sidewalk Improvements Project in Hollywood
• No lane closures.
Description: The improvements under this contract include updating striping on the existing roadway to provide up to 7-foot bike lanes in each direction on Columbus Parkway and Glenn Parkway from south of Johnson Street to south of Tyler Street, adding sharrow pavement markings (share the road arrows) on N 58 Avenue from Johnson Street to Hollywood Boulevard, Lincoln Street and Polk Street from SR 7 to N 56 Avenue and Taft Street from N 20 Avenue to N 14 Avenue, constructing new sidewalks and repairing damaged sidewalks, modifying and adding drainage structures and regrading swale areas, relocating mailboxes and fences, and removing trees as needed to accommodate the proposed improvements and installing light poles and signs throughout the project limits. For more information, contact Community Outreach Specialist Rebecca Guerrero at (954)218-2304 or email@example.com.
Cost/Completion: $2,654,817.48 / summer 2019