11/15/17: The Federal Highway Administration’s Central Federal Lands Highway Division (CFL)-managed Lake Mary Road Reconstruction Project has been completed. Construction on the Willow Valley Creek Bridge also is finished and all Oversize/Overweight (OSOW) load restrictions have been lifted.
Both the northbound & southbound lanes of Lake Mary Road are open for traffic with a posted speed limit of 50 mph. Lake Mary Road also now has wide paved four-foot-wide shoulders along its entire length and is open for multimodal use all the way from Beulah Blvd to SR 87, a distance of more than 50 miles.
Project Start: May 2017
Est. Completion: Fall 2017
Current Status: Completed
Project Manager: Central Federal Lands
Project Contractor: Stormwater Plans, LLC
Project Engineer: Central Federal Lands
Cost: $8.2 Million
Funding Source: Federal Land Access Program (FLAP) Grant & Prop. 403
The Lake Mary Road Reconstruction Project included reconstructing the roadway and widening shoulders for multimodal use along five miles of Lake Mary Road between milepost 312.5 and milepost 317.5. Another two miles of Lake Mary Road between mileposts 310 and 312.5 was milled and overlaid. In addition, the superstructure and decking of the Willow Valley Creek Bridge at milepost 297.5 was replaced.