What killing the Mobility Fee Moratorium means for you

Published On: Nov 01 2012 01:05:22 PM EDT
MeroJacksonville explores potential capital improvement projects that the mobility fee is designed to bring to each Jacksonville neighborhood .


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Mobility Zone One

Mobility Zone 1 covers the area of the city south of Baymeadows Road and Philips Highway. It is bisected by Philips Highway and the FEC Railroad corridor. Neighborhoods located in this zone include Mandarin, Baymeadows, the Avenues, Bartram Park and Deerwood.

Mobility Zone 1 Priority Capital Improvement Project

Philips Highway - Widen from 4 to 6 lanes between I-95 and Baymeadows Road - $27 million ($54 million project funded by Zones 1 and 8)


Other Mobility Zone 1 Roadway and Transit Capital Improvement Projects:

  • Commuter Rail Southeast - Downtown to Avenues Mall and Avenues Walk - $20 million (25% local match)
  • Philips Highway - Widen from 4 to 6 lanes from St. Johns County Line to Southside Boulevard - $53 million
  • Old St. Augustine Road - ITS/Intersection Improvements between I-95 to Philips Highway - $5 million


Mobility Zone 1 Bicycle Projects

  • San Jose Boulevard - Bicycle lanes or pavement markings and signage between Baymeadows Road and Old St. Augustine Road - $0.34 million
  • Old St. Augustine Road - Bicycle lanes or pavement markings and signage between Losco Road and San Jose Boulevard - $0.80 million
  • San Jose Boulevard South - Bicycle lanes or pavement markings and signage between Julington Creek Road and Halcyon Lane - $1.07 million
  • Southside Boulevard - New Multi Use Path between Gate Parkway and Deerwood Park Parkway - $0.99 million

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