“RCA” stands for Roadway Conceptual Analysis. It’s the process through which Orange County confirms the need to improve a road. At the heart of all Orange County RCAs you’ll find a fascinating mixture of scientific data and feedback from residents. With the approval of the Board of County Commissioners, an RCA project moves forward with final design, right-of-way acquisition and construction.
The Village of Bridgewater is the first privately funded and initiated Specific Area Plan (SAP) that was approved on March 2, 1999 by the Orange County Board of County Commissioners. Bridgewater SAP provides for adequate public facilities required to support the proposed development.
The objective of the corridor analysis was to provide economically and technically feasible engineering alternatives for the roadway and right-of-way improvements necessary to accommodate anticipated traffic demands and improve roadway safety.
CR 535 and Ficquette Road is currently a two-lane roadway within the study limits, which includes an open stormwater drainage system. It was recommended to widen CR 535 and Ficquette Road to a four-lane divided roadway (two lanes of traffic in each direction):
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