Road construction projects in Collier County

— This ROAD ALERT was prepared by the Collier County Transportation Services Division to inform the community about scheduled road construction and road maintenance projects along major roadways in Collier County where lane closures are planned or traffic flow may be affected.

COLLIER COUNTY CONSTRUCTION/ MAINTENANCE PROJECTS:

Collier Boulevard between Davis Boulevard and U.S. 41 - On Collier Boulevard between Davis Boulevard and U.S. 41 expect intermittent lane closures both northbound and southbound from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. through Friday, March 6 as crews pave the Collier Boulevard Improvement Project (U.S. 41 to Davis Boulevard). In addition, the median crossover at Cedar Hammock Boulevard has been CLOSED and will remain closed for approximately one month. Drivers may proceed to the subsequent median crossover or signalized intersection to make a U-turn. Furthermore, Lone Creek Drive and Sequoia Drive have been CLOSED TO TRAFFIC and will remain closed for approximately three months as crews install underground utilities. Businesses located on these streets will continue to be accessible via Sierra Meadows Boulevard. The speed limit throughout the project has been reduced to 45 MPH. Electronic message boards, lighted arr ow boards, advance warning signs and barricades will be used to assist motorists traveling through the area.

Collier Boulevard between Immokalee Road and Golden Gate Boulevard - On Collier Boulevard between Immokalee Road and Golden Gate Boulevard expect traffic both northbound and southbound to continue to be diverted from three lanes to two lanes, intermittently, for approximately three weeks, from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., weather permitting, as crews complete work on this section of the Collier Boulevard Improvement Project. Lighted arrow boards, advance warning signs and barricades will be used to assist motorists traveling through the area.

Goodlette-Frank Road at the Intersection of Vanderbilt Beach Road - On Goodlette-Frank Road at the intersection of Vanderbilt Beach Road expect intermittent lane closures in all directions through the end of March from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., weather permitting, as crews paint traffic signal mast arms. Lighted arrow boards, advance warning signs and barricades will be used to assist motorists traveling through the area.

Immokalee Road at the Intersection of Collier Boulevard - On Immokalee Road at the intersection of Collier Boulevard expect intermittent lane closures in all directions for approximately two months from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., weather permitting, as crews install a new traffic signal. Lighted arrow boards, advance warning signs and barricades will be used to assist motorists traveling through the area.

Livingston Road at the Intersection of Osceola Trail - On Livingston Road at the intersection of Osceola Trail expect intermittent lane closures in all directions through the end of March from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., weather permitting, as crews paint traffic signal mast arms. Lighted arrow boards, advance warning signs and barricades will be used to assist motorists traveling through the area.

Radio Road between Briarwood Boulevard and Sherbrook Drive - On Radio Road between Briarwood Boulevard and Sherbrook Drive expect eastbound and westbound traffic to continue to be diverted from two lanes to one lane for approximately one week from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., weather permitting, as crews make improvements to the median. Lighted arrow boards, advance warning signs and barricades will be used to assist motorists traveling through the area.

Santa Barbara Boulevard Widening Project - On Santa Barbara Boulevard between Davis Boulevard and Coronado Parkway expect traffic to continue to be diverted from two lanes to one lane intermittently in short segments, both northbound and southbound, for approximately two months from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Mondays through Fridays, and on Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., weather permitting, as crews perform road construction work. In addition, expect intermittent, temporary lane closures, night work, detours, median closures and intersection traffic stoppages throughout the limits of the project for approximately six months. The project limits are on Santa Barbara Boulevard from Davis Boulevard to Copper Leaf Lane, on Radio Road from Santa Barbara Boulevard to Davis Boulevard and the Logan Boulevard/Pine Ridge Road intersection. Flagmen, lighted arrow boards, advance warning signs and barricades will be used to assist motorists traveling through these areas. MOTORISTS WHO DO NOT HAVE A DESTINATION IN THESE LOCATIONS MAY WANT TO TAKE AN ALTERNATE ROUTE.

Vanderbilt Beach Road Widening Project - On Vanderbilt Beach Road between Livingston Road and Collier Boulevard expect intermittent lane closures to continue both eastbound and westbound from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., weather permitting, for approximately one week as crews do median modifications, clean up and perform signal inspections. Lighted arrow boards, advance warning signs and barricades will be used to assist motorists traveling through the area.

WORK BY OTHERS:

Collier Boulevard between 11th Avenue S.W. and Pine Ridge Road - On Collier Boulevard southbound between 11th Avenue S.W. and Pine Ridge Road expect traffic to be diverted from three lanes to two lanes on Wednesday, March 11 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., weather permitting, as Bonness, Inc. crews pave the turn lane into Brooks Village. Advance warning signs and barricades will be used to assist motorists traveling through the area.

Pine Ridge Road just west of the Intersection at Collier Boulevard - On Pine Ridge Road eastbound just west of the intersection at Collier Boulevard expect traffic to be diverted from three lanes to two lanes on Tuesday, March 10 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., weather permitting, as Bonness, Inc. crews pave the turn lane into Brooks Village. Advance warning signs and barricades will be used to assist motorists traveling through the area.

U.S. 41 between Lely Resort Boulevard and Triangle Boulevard - On U.S. 41 westbound between Lely Resort Boulevard and Triangle Boulevard expect traffic to continue to be diverted from three lanes to two lanes for approximately one week, from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., weather permitting, as South Florida Excavation crews extend a turn lane. Lighted arrow boards, advance warning signs and barricades will be used to assist motorists traveling through the area.

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