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 Eight

One could refer to this zone as the "Inner Southside". Located across the river from downtown, it is home to a number of early and mid-20th century Jacksonville suburbs of various densities. Neighborhoods in this zone include San Marco, San Jose, Englewood, St. Nicholas, and Arlington. 

Mobility Zone 8 Priority Capital Improvement Project

Philips Highway - Widen from 4 to 6 lanes between I-95 and Baymeadows Road - $27 million


Other Mobility Zone 8 Roadway and Transit Capital Improvement Projects

  • Commuter Rail Southeast - Downtown to Avenues Mall and Avenues Walk - $20 million (25% local match)
  • Southside Boulevard - Widen from 4 to 6 lanes between J Turner Butler Boulevard to Atlantic Boulevard - $40 million
  • University Boulevard South - ITS/Intersection Improvements between St. Augustine Road and Hart Bridge Expressway - $16 million
  • University Boulevard North - ITS between Arlington Expressway and Merrill Road - $0.26 million
  • Alantic Boulevard West - ITS/Intersection Improvements between Hart Bridge Expressway and University Boulevard (Incl. University/Cesery to Arlington Expressway) - $15 million
  • Merrill Road - Widen from 4 to 6 lanes between Hartsfield Road and Southside Connector - $5 million


Mobility Zone 8 Bicycle Projects

  • Southpoint Parkway - Bicycle lanes or pavement markings and signage between Bowden Road and Belford Road - $0.60 million
  • Bowden Road - Bicycle lanes between Spring Park Road (Philips) and Southpoint Parkway - $0.09 million
  • Atlantic Boulevard - Bicycle lanes or pavement markings and signage between Beach Boulevard and Kings Road - $0.27 million
  • Arlington Road - Bicycle lanes or pavement markings and signage between King Arthur Road and Lone Star Road - $0.01 million
  • Lone Star Road - Bicycle lane between Mill Creek Road and Southside Connector - $0.17 million
  • Arlington Road West - Bicycle lanes or pavement markings and signage between King Arthur Road and Cesery Road - $0.17 million
  • University Boulevard North - Bicycle lanes or pavement markings and signage between Gable Lane and University Boulevard - $0.56 million
  • University Boulevard East - Bicycle lanes or pavement markings and signage between Cesery Road and Atlantic Boulevard - $0.17 million
  • Atlantic Boulevard - Bicycle lanes or pavement markings and signage between Hart Bridge Expressway and University Boulevard - $0.45 million
  • Atlantic Boulevard West - Bicycle lanes or pavement markings and signage between Beach Boulevard and Hart Bridge Expressway - $0.36 million
  • Bowden Road - Bicycle lanes or pavement markings and signage between Spring Park Road and Philips Highway - $0.22 million
  • Emerson Street - Convert paved shoulder to bicycle lanes between Hendricks Avenue and Philips Highway - $0.39 million
  • Hendricks Avenue - Convert paved shoulder to bicycle lanes or pavement markings and signage between San Marco Boulevard and San Jose Boulevard - $0.79 million
  • San Jose Boulevard - Convert paved shoulder to bicycle lanes or pavement markings and signage between Hendricks Avenue and Baymeadows Road - $1.65 million
  • Philips Highway/Commuter Rail Southeast Corridor - Multi Use Path between Southbank Riverwalk and Southside Boulevard - $4.2 million (also in mobility zones 1 and 10)

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