The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) completed the SW 10th Street Connector Project Development and Environment (PD&E) Study on June 21, 2021 when the FDOT Office of Environmental Management (OEM) granted Location Design Concept Acceptance (LDCA).

The PD&E Study evaluated two facilities within the SW 10th Street corridor. One facility will address a regional connection between adjacent Strategic Intermodal System (SIS) facilities; the Turnpike / Sawgrass Expressway and I-95. Improving this linkage will improve mobility and contribute to the economic vitality of Southeast Florida. The other roadway facility, local SW 10th Street, will be a lower-speed, local roadway to address business and community mobility needs. An improved local SW 10th Street facility will address existing operational and safety deficiencies. The improvements to SW 10th Street include the addition of a 12-foot wide shared use path along the south side of SW 10th Street. The PD&E study evaluated various alternatives and compared the engineering, social, and environmental effects of each alternative.



Click Here to view the flyer on the Preferred Alternative

Click Here to view a brief, narrated video on the Preferred Alternative

Click Here to view the Preferred Alternative exhibit

Click Here to view the final Engineering and Environmental Reports

Click Here to view the proposed work program funding and the different construction projects