This project encompasses a holistic approach to transportation improvements, regional mobility, and connectivity in and around the Market District regional hub located at the intersections of Interstate 10, Thomasville Road, and Capital Circle Northeast. The District is home to numerous local businesses and Maclay Gardens, with several neighborhoods within easy walking distance. Many aspects of this project focus on connecting the residential and commercial components of the area. This project’s infrastructure and aesthetic improvements will make
the Market District a regional destination that supports and strengthens local business.
Creates a holistic network of sidewalks & trails to connect residential areas to parks, schools, and commercial areas.
Estimated Cost: $9.4 million
Creates a central park space around the existing stormwater ponds by adding a running trail, benches, lighting, parking, and other amenities.
Creates safe pedestrian pathways and attractive landscaping along Timberlane Road, Maclay Boulevard, and Market Street, including roundabouts at key intersections.