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 7

Mobility Zone 7 is one of Jacksonville's 4 urbanized mobility zones. It's bounded by I-10, I-295, and the St. Johns River. Neighborhoods in this zone range from the historic communities of Riverside/Avondale, Murray Hill, and Ortega to mid 20th century suburbs like Lake Shore and Cedar Hills. It is also home to NAS Jax, one of the largest employers in the city.

Mobility Zone 7 Priority Capital Improvement Project

Streetcar (Transit) - High frequency transit service between Downtown and Riverside (King Street) - $50 million


Other Mobility Zone 7 Roadway and Transit Capital Improvement Projects

  • Commuter Rail Southwest - Downtown to Clay County Line - $29 million (25% local match)
  • Harlow Boulevard - Widen from 2 to 3 lanes between Lane Avenue and 103rd Street - $2 million


Mobility Zone 7 Bicycle Projects

  • Riverside Avenue - Bicycle lanes or pavement markings and signage between Forest Street and King Street. - $0.57 million
  • St. Johns Avenue - Bicycle lanes or pavement markings and signage between Woodmere Street and Talbot Avenue - $0.35 million
  • San Juan Avenue - Bicycle lanes or pavement markings and signage between Blanding Boulevard and Herschel Street - $0.31 million
  • Blanding Boulevard - Bicycle lanes or pavement markings and signage between Appleton and Blackburn - $0.14 million
  • Blanding Boulevard - Bicycle lanes or pavement markings and signage between Harlow and Wilson Road - $0.23 million
  • Edgewood Avenue - Bicycle lanes or pavement markings and signage between St. Johns Avenue and Post Street - $0.49 million
  • Normandy Boulevard - Bicycle lanes or pavement markings and signage between Post Street and Lane Avenue - $0.47 million
  • Old Middleburg Road - Bicycle lanes or pavement markings and signage between Lenox Avenue and Herlong Road - $0.43 million
  • Cassat Avenue - Convert paved shoulders to bicycle lanes between Edgewood Avenue and Blanding Boulevard - $1.22 million
  • Roosevelt Boulevard/Commuter Rail Southwest Corridor - New Multi Use Path between Forest Street and Clay County Line - $3.91 million (also in mobility zone 9)

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