SR 64 from SR 789 to Perico Bay Blvd
Welcome to the website for the State Road (SR) 64 Anna Maria Island Bridge replacement design project in Manatee County, Florida. From 2008 to 2015, FDOT conducted a Project Development and Environment (PD&E) Study for SR 64 from SR 789 (East Bay Drive) to Perico Bay Boulevard. On January 15, 2016, the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) granted approval (Location and Design Concept Acceptance) of the Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI), for the proposed replacement of the Anna Maria Island Bridge, completing the PD&E phase of the project. The next project phase, known as design, began in January 2016. It is during the design phase when FDOT finalizes project details that will result in a final set of construction documents.
This project involves replacing the existing bascule Anna Maria Island Bridge with a high-level fixed bridge. FDOT will construct the new bridge approximately 14 feet to the south of the existing bridge and provide 65 feet of vertical navigational clearance. FDOT anticipates the maximum height of the surface of the roadway will be approximately 74 feet. The bridge will consist of two 12-foot travel lanes (one eastbound and one westbound), 11-foot shoulders in each direction, and 10-foot sidewalks on each side of the bridge.
Design Start Date
Design Completion Date
Anticipate Late 2021
Construction Start Date
There is no funding available for the construction phase at this time.
Estimated Construction Cost $76 Million
Lengths and Limits
SR 64 from SR 789 to Perico Bay Boulevard, a distance of 1.94 miles
FDOT Project Manager
Roxann Lake, CPM
801 N. Broadway Avenue
Bartow, FL 33831
Phone: (863) 519-2990
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