Southside Gateway Enrichment (Woodville & Crawfordville Highways)
This project enhances regional mobility and supports the goal of economic revitalization to the Southside of Tallahassee. This roadway also has a significant regional impact as it is a crucial evacuation route from the coast. The multimodal connectivity improvements, enhanced roadway capacity, landscaping, and gateway features advance the redevelopment potential of the surrounding area. The current grey landscape of asphalt and concrete along Crawfordville Highway will be improved with a greenspace in the form of landscaped medians and open land for stormwater improvements. Finally, the project builds bike connections along Ross Road, linking Woodville and Crawfordville Highways.
Creates a gateway feature at the interconnection of Woodville and Crawfordville Highways.
Provides greenspace allowing for water infiltration and stormwater ponds.
Widens Woodville Highway (from Capital Circle SW to Tram Road) to four lanes, which will reduce evacuation time from coastal areas.
Estimated Cost: $29.7 million
Constructs sidewalks, bike lanes, and wide medians for landscaping.