C.R. 545 and Flemings Rd. Preliminary Design Study

Description

Orange County’s Transportation Planning Division has initiated a transportation improvement study for the widening of C.R. 545 to a four-lane divided roadway from Water Springs Boulevard to South of New Hartzog Road (Approximate Length: 2.6 miles) and Flemings Road from east of 545 to the west County line (Approximately 1 mile).

Purpose

The purpose of this study is to assess and recommend roadway improvements to meet future travel demand needs on these two roadways. The study considers the social and environmental impacts of adding travel lanes and other features such as, but are not limited to, drainage, a multi-use path and sidewalk, raised medians, lighting and intersection improvements.

Status

Preliminary Design Study (PDS)

Public Involvement

One community meetings will be held during the study at locations in or near the CR 545 study area. Newsletters will be mailed to nearby property owners at certain milestones to inform them of the project. The County is also available to hold small group meeting during the planning phase at the request of interested parties.

Virtual Public Meeting

New Public Meeting scheduled for Wednesday, October 27, 2021 at 6pm

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Contact Us

Blanche Hardy, PG, Project Manager
Transportation Planning Division
Orange County Planning, Environmental and
Development Services (PEDS) Department
4200 S. John Young Parkway
Orlando, FL 32839

Email: blanche.hardy@ocfl.net
Phone: 407-836-0257
Fax: 407-836-8079


Ian Phyars, Project Manager
Transportation Planning Division
Orange County Planning, Environmental and
Development Services (PEDS) Department
4200 S. John Young Parkway
Orlando, FL 32839

Email: Ian.Phyars@ocfl.net
Phone: 407-836-8075
Fax: 407-836-8079


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