Port Orange Capital Road & Sidewalk Needs

Future Road and Sidewalk Needs - Click Here to View Larger Version of Map

The following list corresponds with the graphic map above:

(Projects shown on the map and described below may not be listed in order of priority.)

1

Dunlawton Avenue westbound right-turn lane at City Center Parkway - Construction of this right-turn lane would improve the traffic flow along Dunlawton Avenue and would reduce delays for turning vehicles and Dunlawton Avenue through vehicles. The project would add roadway capacity at the intersection and reduce delays for vehicles turning right onto City Center Parkway.

2

Dunlawton Avenue eastbound right-turn lane at Clyde Morris Boulevard - Construction of this right-turn lane would improve the traffic flow along Dunlawton Avenue and would reduce delays for turning vehicles and Dunlawton Avenue through vehicles. The project would add roadway capacity at the intersection and reduce delays for vehicles turning right onto Clyde Morris Boulevard.

3

Dunlawton Avenue westbound right-turn lane at Nova Road - Construction of this right-turn lane would improve the traffic flow along Dunlawton Avenue and reduce delays for turning vehicles and westbound Dunlawton Avenue through vehicles. The project would add roadway capacity at the intersection and reduce delays for vehicles turning right onto Nova Road.

4

Herbert Street eastbound/westbound left-turn lanes at Nova Road - Construction to extend the stacking area for the existing left-turn lanes onto eastbound and westbound Herbert Street at Nova Road. Intersection improvements at Herbert Street and Nova Road would improve movement through the intersection, specifically for vehicles turning left onto Nova Road at peak traffic hours.

5

Taylor Road eastbound left-turn lane at Clyde Morris Boulevard - Construction to extend the stacking area for the existing left-turn lane onto eastbound Taylor Road at Clyde Morris Boulevard and addition of a second through lane at the intersection for eastbound traffic on Taylor Road. The intersection improvements at Taylor Road at Clyde Morris Boulevard would reduce delays for turning vehicles while improving intersection safety, and improve movement through the intersection, specifically for vehicles turning left onto Clyde Morris Boulevard and traveling east on Taylor Road. If completed, this project is anticipated to improve traffic flow and pedestrian crossing associated with Spruce Creek High School.

6

Madeline Avenue trail and sidewalk from Nova Road to Williamson Boulevard and Bruner Road Sidewalks - Construction of a 8-foot to 10-foot wide trail along the north side of Madeline Avenue to provide a safe multi-purpose trail for residents to walk or bike. This trail would be part of a cross-city east/west trail that connects to Riverwalk Park, Halifax Linear Park, and the proposed St. Johns River-to-Sea Loop Regional Trail (multi-use trail along Halifax Drive and US 1). The project also includes construction of a minimum 5-foot wide sidewalk along the south side of Madeline Avenue and on the east side of Bruner Road, from Madeline Avenue to Stillwood Court. The sidewalk and trails would provide a recreational use and safe route for people in the surrounding subdivisions to walk to and from commercial uses and public transportation at the intersections at Clyde Morris Boulevard and Nova Road. Once completed, the east/west trail would expand opportunities for residents to access existing parks located in the City by bike or walking.

7

Spruce Creek Road sidewalks between Nova Road and Angelina Court (Design underway) - Replacement of a 3-foot wide non-conforming and non-contiguous sidewalk with a six to eight-foot wide sidewalk along the east side of Spruce Creek Road, from Nova Road to the northwest corner of the Maplewood Subdivision (a distance of 1,500 feet). The project would also extend the existing 8-foot wide sidewalk on the west side of Spruce Creek Road, adjacent to the Riverwood Shopping Center, north approximately 720 feet to Angelina Court. Once completed, the sidewalk would add pedestrian and bicycle capacity in this corridor.

8

Sidewalk Gap Project - Construction of sidewalk gaps along Woodlake Drive, Ravenwood Drive, Taylor Road, and Herbert Street to enhance pedestrian connectivity to schools, bus stops, parks, and retail areas and improve the safety of pedestrians that walk along these major roadway corridors by eliminating the need to use the shoulder or roadway.

9

Willow Run Boulevard sidewalk from Clyde Morris Boulevard to Harms Way - Construction of a minimum 5-foot-wide sidewalk along the south side of Willow Run Boulevard, from Clyde Morris Boulevard to Harms Way. The sidewalk would provide a safe route for residents and children to access City Center complex, schools, and existing sidewalk network.

10

Williamson Boulevard and Willow Run Boulevard Sidewalks - Construction of a minimum 8-foot-wide sidewalk along the east side of Williamson Boulevard, from the Town Park Subdivision to Willow Run Boulevard (a distance of 1,000 feet), and a minimum 8-foot-wide sidewalk along the north side of Willow Run Boulevard, from Williamson Boulevard to Chardonnay Drive (a distance of 1,100 feet). The sidewalk would provide a safe route for residents and children to access City Center complex, schools, and existing sidewalk network.

11

Dunlawton Avenue left-turn lane extensions (various locations) - Construction of extension of the left-turn lanes along Dunlawton Avenue at the intersection with I-95 (westbound), Yorktowne Boulevard (westbound), Clyde Morris Boulevard (westbound), Clyde Morris Boulevard (eastbound), Spruce Creek Road (westbound), and Victoria Gardens Boulevard (westbound) to improve traffic flow and roadway capacity, reduce delays for turning and through vehicles, improve intersection safety, and reduce damage and maintenance cost for medians.

12

Clyde Morris Boulevard northbound right-turn lane at Reed Canal Road - Construction of this right-turn lane would improve the traffic flow along Clyde Morris Boulevard, reduce delays for turning vehicles and northbound Clyde Morris Boulevard through vehicles, and improve intersection safety. The project would add roadway capacity at the intersection and reduce delays for vehicles turning right onto Reed Canal Road.

13

Clyde Morris Boulevard northbound right-turn lane at Madeline Avenue - Construction of this right-turn lane would improve the traffic flow along Clyde Morris Boulevard, reduce delays for turning vehicles and northbound Clyde Morris Boulevard through vehicles, and improve intersection safety. The project would add roadway capacity at the intersection and reduce delays for vehicles turning right onto Madeline Avenue.

14

Clyde Morris Boulevard southbound right-turn lane at Willow Run Boulevard - Construction of this right-turn lane would improve the traffic flow along Clyde Morris Boulevard, reduce delays for turning vehicles and southbound Clyde Morris Boulevard through vehicles, and improve intersection safety. The project would add roadway capacity at the intersection and reduce delays for vehicles turning right onto Willow Run Boulevard.

15

Clyde Morris Boulevard southbound right-turn lane at Madeline Avenue -  Construction of this right-turn lane would improve the traffic flow along Clyde Morris Boulevard, reduce delays for turning vehicles and southbound Clyde Morris Boulevard through vehicles, and improve intersection safety. The project would add roadway capacity at the intersection and reduce delays for vehicles turning right onto Madeline Avenue.

16

Yorktowne Boulevard southbound and northbound right-turn lanes at Dunlawton Avenue - Construction of a right-turn lane for southbound Yorktowne Boulevard and extension of the existing right-turn lane for northbound Yorktowne Boulevard would improve the traffic flow along Yorktown Boulevard, reduce delays for turning vehicles and southbound Yorktowne Boulevard through vehicles, and improve intersection safety. The project would add roadway capacity at the intersection and reduce delays for vehicles turning right onto Dunlawton Avenue.

17

Taylor Road eastbound right-turn lane at Spruce Creek Elementary School - Construction of a right-turn lane on eastbound Taylor Road at the intersection with Spruce Creek Elementary School to improve safety, improve traffic flow and reduce delays for turning vehicles and through vehicles during school drop-off and pick-up. 

18

Dunlawton Avenue Streetlight Retrofit - Removal of existing walklights and installation of new walklights on Dunlawton Avenue, from Spruce Creek Road to N. Summer Trees Road. 

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Clyde Morris Boulevard northbound right-turn lane at Herbert Street - Construction of this right-turn lane would improve the traffic flow along Clyde Morris Boulevard, reduce delays for turning vehicles and northbound Clyde Morris Boulevard through vehicles, and improve intersection safety. The project would add roadway capacity at the intersection and reduce delays for vehicles turning right onto Herbert Street.