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 Three

Mobility Zone 3 covers the northside of Jacksonville, north of the St. Johns River and east of Main Street. A number of industrial and maritime related entities, including JAXPORT's Dames Point and Blount Island terminals, are located here. This area has also seen considerable growth around Oceanway over the last decade.

Mobility Zone 3 Priority Capital Improvement Project

New Berlin Road - Widen from 2 to 4 lanes between Pulaski Road and Cedar Point Road - $39.5 million

Other Mobility Zone 3 Roadway and Transit Capital Improvement Projects

  • Starratt Road - Widen from 2 to 4 lanes between Duval Station Road and Yellow Bluff Road - $25 million
  • Yellow Bluff Road - Widen from 2 to 4 lanes between Straratt Road and New Berlin Road - $31 million
  • Duval Station Road - Widen from 2 to 4 lanes between Main Street and Starratt Road - $13 million
  • Main Street - Widen from 2 to 4 lanes between Nassau County Line and Pecan Park Road - $37 million
  • Pulaski Road - Widen from 3 to 4 lanes between Eastport Road and New Berlin Road - $18 million

Mobility Zone 3 Bicycle Projects

  • Heckscher Drive - Multi Use Path between Busch Boulevard and Drummond Point - $0.79 million
  • Main Street - Multi Use Path between New Berlin Road and Trout River Bridge - $1.7 million (also in mobility zone 4)


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