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Kanner Highway Widening Project from south of Pratt Whitney Road (County Road 711) to SW Jack James Drive

Financial Number: 422641-2-52-01

Project Length: 1.94 miles

Project Limits: From south of Pratt Whitney Road (County Road 711) to SW Jack James Drive

Start Date: April 22, 2019

Estimated Completion Date: Summer 2021

Contractor: Ranger Construction Industries, Inc.

Estimated Construction Cost: $ 12,892,088.57

Scope of Work:
The improvements on this project include: reconstructing Kanner Highway from CR 711 to Locks Road from a two-lane undivided highway to a four-lane divided highway with a raised median and curb & gutter; adding seven-foot-wide bicycle lanes from CR 711 to Locks Road; adding a 12-foot-wide shared use path on the east side of Kanner Highway from CR 711 to Locks Road; adding a six-foot-wide sidewalk on the west side of Kanner Highway from CR 711 to Locks Road; installing drainage features that will improve drainage; and resurfacing Kanner Highway from Locks Road to SW Jack James Drive. Access points and turn lanes will be provided throughout the corridor at the following locations: there will be turn lanes at the two signalized intersections CR 711 and Locks Road; full median openings will be at Mary Drive, Tropical Avenue, and SW Old Royal Drive; and a left-turn-only median opening will be located at Beverly Terrace.

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