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Quincy Loop South PD&E Study

FDOT office in Chipley
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Study Area Map

Project Details

The purpose and need of this study was to evaluate a proposed new two-lane facility in unincorporated Gadsden County that will begin at SR 267 (Pat Thomas Parkway) and end at SR 10 (U.S. 90) in order to (1) re-route truck traffic from the downtown square, (2) enhance mobility for economic growth, and (3) increase evacuation route options Preferred “Build’ Concept: The recommended alternative will align with Joe Adams Road at the western project limit, divert south in an easterly direction, curve northeast to align with Strong Road at the existing intersection of Frances Kelly Lane and Strong Road, then continue east to tie into the existing intersection of Strong Road and SR 10 (US 90) at the eastern project limit. This concept was selected as the recommended alternative in large part due to the corridor resulting in fewer potential relocations than other alternatives. Public Meetings: • Public Kick-Off Meeting – December 8, 2016 • Public Alternatives Workshop – July 13, 2017 • Public

Note: All information is preliminary and subject to change without notice.

Project Overview

Project Number 218946-5
Work Type PD&E Study
Project Limits
from SR 267 (Pat Thomas Parkway) to SR 10 (US 90) East
Project Length 3.000 miles
Estimated Completion Spring 2019
Project Manager Kimberly Stephens

Project Documents

Affected Areas

Roads Quincy Loop South
Counties Gadsden
Cities Quincy

Public Meetings


Kimberly Stephens

Data current as of 11/29/2021