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Little Ringling (SR 789) Project Development and Environment Study

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L.K. Nandam, P.E.
District One Secretary

801 N. Broadway Ave.
Bartow, Florida 33830

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Fax: 863-534-7265
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The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), District One, is conducting a Project Development and Environment (PD&E) study to evaluate replacement alternatives of the existing bridges along John Ringling Boulevard (SR 789) from Bird Key Drive to Sarasota Harbour West, for a distance of approximately three quarters of a mile. Replacement alternatives considered may include twin bridges or a single bridge, as well as bicycle and pedestrian accomodations for all alternatives.

Design services are part of this contract and will continue after the PD&E study completion. For more information, please see the About the Project page and the FAQs page .

Study Update

UPCOMING PUBLIC WORKSHOP

FDOT is holding a public workshop for Little Ringling project, with an in-person event on April 5, 2022 and a live online event on April 7, 2022. An online preview of all materials is available now.

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Project At-A-Glance


District
One (Southwest Florida)

Start Date
November 2019

Est. PD&E Phase Completion Date
2023

Cost
$800,366

Lengths and Limits
0.75 miles

Consultant
Hardesty & Hanover

Project Manager
Patrick Bateman, P.E.
Tel: (863) 519- 2792
patrick.bateman@dot.state.fl.us



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