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Vision 54/56 Phase 2 Task Force Recommendation

By Florida's Original NatureCoaster™ Posted on January 6, 2018

Alternatives recommended to MPO Board Jan. 11

Following an eight-month Vision 54/56 Phase 2 review and evaluation process that included three public meetings and a workshop review, the Vision 54/56 Task Force is recommending a subset of alternatives from Phase 1 to the Pasco County Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for further evaluation and consideration.

The Task Force recommendation will be presented to the MPO Board on January 11, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. at the Historic Dade City County Courthouse, located at 37918 Meridian Avenue, Dade City.

This Vision 54/56 Study is designed to determine the best solutions for addressing congestion, safety and mobility along the State Road 54/56 Corridor – from U.S. 19 to Bruce B. Downs Boulevard.

PHASE 2 – TASK FORCE RECOMMENDATION

S.R. 54 Corridor Alternatives

  • Elevated express lanes at major intersections; express lanes on the ground for remainder; bus service in express lanes
  • Parallel Flow Intersection
  • Elevated express lanes at major intersections; express lanes on the ground for remainder; bus or rail in separate lanes combined with Continuous Flow Intersection
  • No-build – Maintain existing 6 lanes on the ground and maintain current transit service

S.R. 54 / U.S. 41 Intersection Alternatives

  • Elevated express lanes at major intersections; express lanes on the ground for remainder; bus service in express lanes
  • Parallel Flow Intersection
  • Elevated lanes at major intersections; bus or rail in separate lanes combined with  Continuous Flow Intersection
  • No-build – Maintain existing 6 lanes on the ground and maintain current transit service

For a full list of the Phase 2 alternatives considered, click here: http://bit.ly/2BVPL77.

For full background about the Vision 54/56 Study, visit the project website at: www.vision54-56.com.

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