The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), District One, is conducting a Project Development and Environment (PD&E) Study for improvements to SR 29 in Collier County, FPID 417540-1-22-01. The project limits extend a distance of approximately 17 miles along SR 29 from Oil Well Road to SR 82. The proposed roadway improvement consists of increasing capacity on SR 29 by evaluating the widening of the existing two-lane undivided segment of SR 29 to four lanes, as well as the study of an alternative corridor that bypasses downtown Immokalee.
The expansion of SR 29 from Oil Well Road to SR 82 is identified within the Collier County Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) Collier 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) and is consistent with Collier County's adopted Growth Management Plan. This evaluation is necessary due to the ongoing population and employment growth in and around the study area. The provision of safe and efficient transportation to support this growth requires action to improve the existing transportation network.
The objective of the PD&E Study is to provide documented information necessary for FDOT to reach a decision on the type, design, and location of improvements to SR 29 for acceptance by the FDOT Office of Environmental Management.
For additional information visit the project website at www.sr29collier.com.
Para obtener información en español, comuníquese con Karina Della Sera, Departamento de Transporte de Florida, al (863) 519-2750.
Si ou ta renmen resevwa enfòmasyon sa-a an Kreyòl, tanpri kontakte Jimmy Vilce nan Depatman Transpotasyon Eta Florid, nan (863) 519-2609.