Current and Upcoming Road & Municipal Projects
iSIP - SW 12th Avenue Upgrades
As part of the City of Boca Raton’s Innovative Sustainable Infrastructure Program (iSIP) in the Boca Square neighborhood, there will be infrastructure upgrades installed along SW 12th Avenue from Camino Real to Palmetto Park Road.
The goal of this project is to have the major upgrades completed by the time Addison Mizner Elementary School opens for students in August 2021.
Visit the project webpage for more details.
Verde Trail Asphalt Pathway Project
The City Boca Raton is reconstructing deteriorated asphalt pathway and adding ADA ramps in the Verde Trail loop.
The construction will include but not be limited to installation of new pathway and incidental work such as removal of existing materials, tree root trimming, grading, installation of root barrier, modification of irrigation systems, and installation of sod.
The estimated completion date of the pathway construction is March 31st, 2021.
Construction at the South Beach Pavilion
A staircase, deck and railing at the pavilion sustained significant damage due to a car accident. Reconstruction of the staircase area will begin in January 2021, and additional repairs will be made to the concrete pilings and supports to the pavilion. Construction is estimated to be completed in late spring 2021.
5th Avenue Sidewalk
Beginning January 11, 2021, sidewalk improvements will begin on NE 5th Avenue from Boca Raton Road to SR5 / US-1. Project improvements include:
- Concrete sidewalk installation
- Driveway and curb & gutter replacement to align with new sidewalk installation
- Minor signage and pavement marking upgrades
- Minor landscaping relocation and irrigation repairs
|Expected Start Date||January 4, 2021|
|Expected Completion Date||Fall 2021|
|More Information||Visit the project website at https://www.d4fdot.com/pbfdot/ne_5th_avenue_sidewalk_improvements.asp
Bodler Barthelemy, P.E., FDOT Project Manager
firstname.lastname@example.org or (561) 592-6375
Jennifer Valmer, FDOT Project Administrator
email@example.com or (561) 598-9234
Traffic Signal Mast Arms
Traffic Signal Mast Arms are being painted around the City in 59 locations. As of mid-November 2020, mast arms at 13 intersections have been completed:
- Mizner & NE 2nd
- Yamato Road & NW 55 Diag.
- Yamato Road & St. Andrews Boulevard
- Spanish River Boulevard & Airport Road
- Spanish River Boulevard & West Library
- Yamato Road & Patch Reef Park
- Glades Road & St. Andrews Boulevard
- Glades Road & Butts Road
- Glades Road & NW 22nd Avenue (Renaissance Way)
- Glades Road & NW 13th Street
- Glades Road & NW 4th Avenue
- Glades Road & NW 2nd Avenue
Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon Crosswalks
Beginning mid-November 2020, NEW Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon (RRFB) Crosswalks are being installed in four locations on Palmetto Park Rd. between Federal Hwy. and NE 5th Ave. These new RRFBs are being installed to enhance pedestrian safety at key crosswalks for the purposes of improving downtown walkability.
The RRFBs draw attention to approaching vehicles as vehicles as pedestrians look to cross the street. Crews are in the process of completing the installations.
I-95 Express Lanes
The purpose of the 95 Express Lanes is to improve mobility, relieve congestion, provide additional travel options, enhance transit services, accommodate future growth and development in the region, enhance emergency evacuation, and improve system connectivity between key limited access facilities in South Florida. Parts of this project affecting the Boca Raton area are:
- 3B-1 SW 10th St to south of Glades Rd
- 3B-2 Glades Rd to Linton Blvd
- SR-808/Glades Road Interchange to a Diverging Diamond Interchange (DDI)
- Clint Moore Road bridge at I-95
Palmetto Park Road El Rio Canal Bridge
The Palmetto Park Road El Rio Canal Bridge Project, overseen by Palm Beach County Roads and Bridge, will result in a widening of the existing Palmetto Park Road El Rio Canal Bridge. Two lanes of the bridge will remain open during the construction period, which is estimated to last approximately 15 months.
Palm Beach County Roads and Bridge is extending the eight foot (8’) shared use pathway from the end of the FDOT project (where the pathway currently terminates on the north side of Palmetto Park Road), throughout the bridge upgrade, to the western limit of Palmetto Dunes Park.
Palmetto Park Road Intracoastal Waterway Bridge
The Palmetto Park Road Intracoastal Waterway Bridge Project, overseen by Palm Beach County Roads and Bridges, will result in routine maintenance for the existing Palmetto Park Road Intracoastal Waterway Bridge. The maintenance will require closures at the Palmetto Park Road Bridge to vehicles and pedestrians. The construction schedule has not yet been established.
Clint Moore Road Sidewalk Improvements
Work includes construction of an 8-foot-wide paved asphalt sidewalk and additional safety enhancements -- including pedestrian detectors, signals and an aluminum picket fence on the south side of Clint Moore Road, from the El Rio Trail to NW 2nd Avenue. Project limits do not include the bridge over I-95 which will be replaced under the 95 Express Phase 3B-2 contract.
|Expected Start Date
|Expected Completion Date
||Clint Moore Rd, from El Rio Trail to Park of Commerce Blvd, and from just east over the bridge
over I-95 to NW 2nd Ave, will have the eastbound outside lane closed around the clock,
through June 30, 2020.
||Please contact I-95 Community Outreach Specialist Andrea Pacini at 561-214-3358 or