Shared Capital Roadway Needs

Future Shared Capital Roadway 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

Adaptive Traffic Signal System along Dunlawton Avenue, from N. Summer Trees Road to A1A - An adaptive traffic system is a traffic management system that uses sensors strategically placed along the corridor to provide real time data to develop signal timing plans based on current traffic conditions and adjust the timing of green signals to accommodate changing traffic volume and patterns to relieve congestion. Completion of this project would involve a partnering of the City of Port Orange with Volusia County.

Dunlawton Adaptive Light Image
2

Williamson Boulevard Widening - The widening of Williamson Boulevard, from The Pavilion to Beville Road, would provide four lane connectivity for the entire roadway segment of Williamson Boulevard, from Pioneer Trail to LPGA Boulevard. The widening of this segment to four lanes would add additional capacity and relieve traffic congestion on this segment of Williamson Boulevard. This project is identified in the City’s Comprehensive Plan. Completion of this project would involve a partnering of the City of Port Orange with the City of Daytona Beach and Volusia County.

Williamson Traffic Image
3

Yorktowne Boulevard Extension - The extension of Yorktowne Boulevard, from Hidden Lake Drive to Willow Run Boulevard, would provide an alternate route for vehicles to cross I-95, relieve congestion at the I-95/Dunlawton intersection, provide an alternative route for the segment of Williamson Boulevard between Willow Run Boulevard and Taylor Road, and reduce through traffic on Hidden Lake Drive. As part of this project, the segment of Willow Run Boulevard, between Yorktowne Boulevard and Williamson Boulevard, will be widened to include additional turn lanes and improvements at the intersection of Yorktowne Boulevard and Willow Run Boulevard (traffic control signage, traffic light, or traffic circle). This project is identified in the City’s Comprehensive Plan.

4

Pioneer Trail Widening - The widening of Pioneer Trail, from Airport Road to the Pioneer Trail – I-95 Interchange, would provide four lane connectivity of the roadway from Airport Road to the Pioneer Trail – I-95 Interchange. The widening of this segment to four lanes would add additional capacity to accommodate traffic associated with the future I-95 interchange area and planned commercial and residential developments in Port Orange and New Smyrna Beach. Completion of this project would involve a partnering of the City of Port Orange with the City of New Smyrna Beach and Volusia County. This project is identified in the City’s Comprehensive Plan.

5

Taylor Road Widening - The widening of Taylor Road, from N. Summer Trees Road to Tomoka Farms Road, would provide for four lane connectivity of the roadway from I-95 to Tomoka Farms Road. The widening of this segment to four lanes would add additional capacity and relieve traffic congestion. This project is identified in the City’s Comprehensive Plan. Completion of this project would involve a partnering of the City of Port Orange with Volusia County. This project is identified in the City’s Comprehensive Plan.

6

Madeline Avenue Extension - The extension of Madeline Avenue, from Williamson Boulevard to Tomoka Farms Road, and connection to the planned LPGA Boulevard extension, would provide an alternate route for vehicles to cross I-95 and relieve congestion at the I-95/Dunlawton intersection. An overpass over I-95 would be included in this project. Completion of this project would involve a partnering of the City of Port Orange with the City of Daytona Beach and Volusia County. This project is identified in the City’s Comprehensive Plan.

7

LPGA Boulevard Extension - The Extension of LPGA Boulevard, from US-92 to Tomoka Farms Road, would provide an alternative to Williamson Boulevard and I-95 to travel north/south and relieve congestion at the I-95/Dunlawton intersection area and Williamson Boulevard. Completion of this project would involve a partnering of the City of Port Orange with City of Daytona Beach and Volusia County.

8

Planned Community-Agricultural Collector Roadways - Construction of Collector Roadway “D” and extension of Coraci Boulevard and McGinnis Avenue would intersect with the future Madeline Avenue extension and complete the PC-A planned roadway network. These roads would provide alternative travel routes for residents and users of Coraci Park to access Williamson Boulevard, I-95, Tomoka Farms Road, and the Madeline Avenue extension. This project is identified in the City’s Comprehensive Plan.

9

Spruce Creek Road Widening - The widening of Spruce Creek Road, from Dunlawton Avenue to Commonwealth Boulevard, including intersection improvements at Dunlawton Avenue, Eastport Parkway, and Commonwealth Boulevard, would provide better truck access into the City’s Eastport Community Redevelopment Area (CRA), specifically the Eastport Business Park. This project is identified in the City’s Comprehensive Plan and the Eastport CRA Plan.

10

Taylor Road Widening - The widening of Taylor Road, from Dunlawton Avenue to Clyde Morris Boulevard, would add additional capacity to accommodate existing traffic associated mainly with existing residential developments and Spruce Creek High School traffic, and provide an alternative route to Dunlawton Avenue. Completion of this project would involve a partnering of the City of Port Orange with Volusia County.

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Airport Road Widening - The widening of Airport Road, from Williamson Boulevard to Pioneer Trail, would add additional capacity to Airport Road and provide an alternative route to Williamson Boulevard, and divert traffic from the future Pioneer Trail/I-95 interchange area.  Completion of this project would involve a partnering of the City of Port Orange with Volusia County.