Motorist Alert: New Road Closure announced in Clay County

Zoey Fields

Beginning the week of April 25, daytime, single-lane closures will take place along Town Center Boulevard from the traffic circle to East-West Parkway. The project is part of a milling and resurfacing initiative.

Anticipated completion is set for mid-May, dependent on weather and construction delays.

The ongoing county-funded project on Admirals Walk Drive North will continue this week. Motorists can expect daytime, single-lane closures with flaggers on a 300-foot section of the road.

Work along the First Coast Expressway (State Road 23) from north of State Road 16 to east of County Road 209 is still underway as part of the $180 million project constructing 9.7 miles of multi-lane, limited-access toll roads.

Construction began April 15, 2019 and the tentative completion date is early 2025. The project also includes the construction of a drainage system, stormwater ponds, traffic signals, lighting, signage, guardrails, and 15 new bridges.

A different First Coast Expressway project from (State Road 23) from State Road 21 to north of State Road 16 will construct 10.5 miles of new multi-lane, limited-access toll road from north of State Road 16 to north of State Road 21 (Blanding Boulevard) at a cost of $229 million, Board of County Commissioners Public Information Officer, Annaleasa Winter, said in a press release.

This project involves the construction of a drainage system, stormwater ponds, traffic signals, lighting, signage, guardrails, three tolling facilities, 26 new bridges, noise walls, and retaining walls. Construction began on March 4, 2019, and is expected to be completed in early 2025.

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Road projects in Clay County are underway with the First Coast Expressway finishing in 2025.Clay County Government

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