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Quincy Loop PD&E Study

FDOT office in Chipley
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Project Details

The purpose of this study was to provide a new east-west connection between SR 12 and SR 267, east of Quincy, to intercept and re-route heavy truck traffic, currently entering the town square of Quincy, around the east side of town to US 90 and beyond, and improve traffic operations within the town previously degraded to accommodate heavy trucks turning radii. Another goal was to improve “walkability” within the downtown area and reduce emergency response time to Northern Gadsden County.

Preferred “Build’ Concept:


Quincy Loop from SR 12 to CR 65

Alternative Four Alignment: Recommended alignment from Corridor Study


Quincy Loop from CR 65 to SR 267

Alternative Four Alignment: Recommended alignment from Corridor Study along CR 270A

Public Meetings:

- Public Alternatives Meeting - February 23, 2017

- Design Public Meeting - September 21, 2017

Status: PD&E Study completed June 2018


The project has been divided into the following segments for future funding of design and construction: 218946-6: SR 12 to SR 267 - Design: Underway - R/W: Unfunded - Construction: Unfunded

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

Project Overview

Project Number 218946-6
Work Type New Road Construction
Project Limits
from SR 12 to SR 267 (Bainbridge Highway)
Project Length 3.892 miles
Project Manager Clay Hunter, P.E.

Project Documents

Affected Areas

Roads Quincy Loop North
Counties Gadsden
Cities Quincy

Public Meetings


Clay Hunter

Data current as of 11/29/2021