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US 90 PD&E Study from Escambia Co to Glover Lane

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Project Details

The purpose and need of this project was to analyze the widening from 4 lanes to 6 lanes of SR 10 (US 90) through Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties to provide additional east-west capacity alternatives to Interstate 10 (I-10). SR 10 (US 90) serves as a connecting link between the City of Pensacola, the community of Pace and the City of Milton. The western segment directly connects with I-10 and is in close proximity to the main University of West Florida campus entrance at Campus Drive. The eastern segment connects with SR 281 (Avalon Boulevard), which connects to I-10, and also connects with SR 87 and SR 89, both of which extend north into Alabama.

Preferred “Build’ Concept:

• Segment 1: US 90 from Scenic Highway to east of the Escambia River Bridge

Predominately utilizes the existing US 90 roadway and widens to the outside to achieve 6 lanes. The westbound Escambia River Bridge will be widened to the inside to utilize existing pilings and substructure.

• Segment 2: US 90 from east of the Escambia River Bridge to east of the White River Bridge

Will utilize the existing US 90 roadway and widen to the outside to achieve 6 lanes.

• Segment 3: US 90 from east of the White River Bridge to east of 3rd Avenue

Will predominately utilize the existing US 90 roadway and widen to the outside except in the vicinity of the westbound Simpson River Bridge which will be widened to the inside to achieve 6 lanes.

• Segment 4: US 90 from east of 3rd Avenue to east of Bell Lane

Will utilize the existing US 90 roadway and widen to the outside to achieve 6 lanes.

• Segment 5: US 90 from east of Bell Lane to Glover Lane.

Will utilize the existing US 90 and widen to the outside to achieve 6 lanes.

Public Meetings:

• Public Kick-Off Meeting – January 28, 2016

• Corridor Analysis Public Meetings – December 6, 2016

• Public Hearing – February 22, 2018

Status: PD&E Study complete February 2019

Funding:

The project has been divided into the following segments for future funding of design and construction:

• 220436-2: SR10A (Scenic Highway) to Santa Rosa County Line

Design: Unfunded. R/W: Unfunded. Construction: Unfunded

• 220436-3: Escambia County Line to Glover Lane

Design: Unfunded. R/W: Unfunded. Construction: Unfunded.

• 220436-5: Escambia County Line to Simpson River Bridge

Design: Unfunded R/W: Unfunded. Construction: Unfunded.

• 220436-6: Simpson River Bridge to 3rd Avenue

Design: Unfunded. R/W: Unfunded. Construction: Unfunded

• 220426-7: 3rd Avenue to CR 197A (Bell Lane)

Design: Unfunded. R/W: Unfunded. Construction: Unfunded

• 220436-8: CR 197A (Bell Lane) to Glover Lane

Design: In-House. R/W: Unfunded. Construction: Unfunded

Email bbruner@gpinet.com for questions concerning this study.

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

Project Overview

Project Number 220436-3
Work Type PD&E Study
Status PRE-CONST.UNDERWAY
Project Limits
from Escambia County line to Glover Lane
Project Length 10.153 miles
Estimated Completion Summer 2018
Project Manager Brandon Bruner

Project Documents

Affected Areas

Roads SR 10, US 90
Counties Santa Rosa
Cities Ferry Pass, Pace, Milton

Public Meetings

Contact

Brandon Bruner
850-297-2939

Data current as of 06/14/2021