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 Two

Mobility Zone 2 includes all of Jacksonville between Southside Boulevard and the beaches, north of Butler Boulevard. Destinations in this zone include Tinseltown, St. Johns Town Center, University of North Florida, Regency Square Mall and Mayo Clinic. Neighborhoods include Fort Caroline, East Arlington, Sandalwood, Isle of Palms and Windy Hill.

Mobility Zone 2 Priority Capital Improvement Project

Southside Boulevard - Widen from 4 to 6 lanes between J Turner Bulter Boulevard and Beach Boulevard - $40.1 million


Other Mobility Zone 2 Roadway and Transit Capital Improvement Projects

  • Beach Boulevard - ITS/Intersection Improvements between Parental Home Road and San Pablo Road - $16 million
  • Atlantic Boulevard East - ITS/Intersection Improvements between Intracoastal Waterway and Southside Boulevard - $25.8 million
  • Wonderwood - ITS/Intersection Improvements between Southside Connector and SR A1A - $2.6 million
  • Monument Road - Widen from 4 to 6 lanes between Lee Road and Tredinick Parkway - $5.7 million


Mobility Zone 2 Bicycle Projects

UNF West - Bicycle lanes or pavement markings and signage between I-295 East Beltway and UNF East - $0.67 million

UNF East - Bicycle lanes or pavement markings and signage between UNF West and Kernan Boulevard - $0.32 million

Gate Parkway East - Multi Use Path between 10135 Gate Parkway and St. Johns Town Center Boulevard - $0.08 million

Gate Parkway SE - Bicycle lanes between St Johns Town Center Boulevard and Deerwood Parkway - $0.17 million

Southside/JEA ROW (under Bulter Boulevard) - Multi Use Path between Gate Parkway and Deerwood Park Parkway - $0.25 million

Atlantic Boulevard/Monument Road - Bicycle lanes between Southside Boulevard and Regency Square Boulevard North - $0.51 million

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