SW 10th Street is a heavily traveled corridor. There are local residents who use SW 10th Street to get to work, school, or nearby shopping centers. Traffic volumes along the SW 10th Street Corridor have increased over the past 20 years and are forecasted to continue to increase due to population and economic growth within the entire county and region.
The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) has evaluated numerous alternatives as part of the SW 10th Street Connector Project Development and Environment (PD&E) Study. After considering the various social, cultural, environmental and engineering issues with all of the alternatives, the Partial Depressed - Westbound Exit Ramp Alternative (PDF) is recommended as the most logical choice for the preferred alternative.
The Public Hearing will be rescheduled for a future date that has not yet been determined.
Please take some time to review the SW 10 Street-Fact Sheet (PDF) for additional information. You can also visit the FDOT Project Website.