Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration for Oakhurst Midtown Connector
MND - Mitigated Negative Declaration
Present Land Use
The proposed project will include construction of a new, two-lane road (Midtown Connector) connecting SR 41 on the northwest with Indian Springs Rd on the southeast. The new road will include a bridge approx 365 ft in length. The roadway will include 12-ft wide travel lanes; five-ft wide sidewalk; and separate, five ft wide bike lane on either side of the road. The project will also include intersection improvements at SR 41 and Midtown Connector, including installation of a traffic signal, as well as widening of SR 41 from two to four travel lanes for a distance of 1,742 ft. The project will include improvements at the intersection of Road 427 (High School Road) and Indian Springs Rd, including installation of a three-way signal and two left-trun lanes on Road 427.
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