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The contractor for the Federal Highway Administration’s Central Federal Lands Highway Division (CFL) has broken ground on an $8.2 million renovation project on Lake Mary Road.
Electronic message boards are in place on both sides of the project corridor. Work is being conducted during daylight hours, Monday - Saturday. Flaggers, signage and other traffic control measures are in place and pilot cars are being used to guide vehicles through the construction zone.
Drivers along Lake Mary Road should expect delays of up to 30 minutes and are encouraged to use extra caution and obey posted speed limits though the construction zone.
The five miles of widening for multimodal use is between milepost 312.5 and milepost 317.5. Another two miles of Lake Mary Road between mileposts 310 and 312.5 will be milled and overlaid. In addition, the superstructure and decking of the Willow Valley Creek Bridge at milepost 297.5 is being replaced. The project is expected to be completed this fall, weather permitting.
The Lake Mary Road Reconstruction Project is largely funded by a Federal Land Access Program (FLAP) grant that was awarded in April 2013. The County’s portion of the project is being funded by Proposition 403 revenues. CFL awarded the contract for the project to Glendale, AZ-based Stormwater Plans, LLC in April.