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 Five

Mobility Zone 5 covers the westside of Jacksonville, west of I-295 and north of I-10. It includes the communities of Dinsmore, Marietta, and Whitehouse. It is home to major industrial parks, distribution centers and railroad terminals. However, the majority of this zone is currently rural.

Mobility Zone 5 Priority Capital Improvement Project

Trout River Boulevard - Widen from 2 to 4 lanes between Old Kings Road and New Kings Road - $6.1 million


Other Mobility Zone 5 Roadway and Transit Capital Improvement Projects

  • Old Kings Road - Intersection Improvements from Edgewood Avenue to Plummer Road (inc Dunn Avenue to US 1) - $12 million
  • Jones Road - Intersection Improvements from Pritchard Road to Beaver Street - $5 million
  • New Kings Road - Widen from 4 to 6 lanes between Old Kings Road and I-295 - $41 million


Mobility Zone 5 Bicycle Projects

  • Imeson Road - Multi Use Path or pavement markings and signage between Baldwin Rail Trail and Commonwealth Avenue - $0.15 million
  • Commonwealth Avenue - Multi Use Path or bicycle lanes between Lane Avenue and Imeson Road - $0.47 million (also in mobility zone 9)

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