Hoagland Boulevard Phases 2 & 3
Osceola County began construction October 15, 2018 on improvements to Hoagland Boulevard, approximately a $38.2 million Project that, when complete, will provide motorists with a quicker and more efficient travel option between John Young Parkway and 5th Street.
The first phase of the Project, known as Phase 3, consists of building a four-lane divided roadway, with 6-foot to 7-foot wide bike lanes on each side, a 5-foot sidewalk one side; a 6-foot to 8-foot wide sidewalk on the other side of the roadway; reconstruction of the existing Shingle Creek Bridge and construction of a new Shingle Creek bridge. Though only about one-mile in length, construction of Phase 3 will likely cause some inconvenience to motorists as work will occur along the existing alignment. Every effort will be made to minimize traffic disruptions, but motorists can expect some shifts in traffic patterns, lane closures, and potential delays as work progresses. Motorist alerts and updates will be provided on this website.
|Work Type:||Widening & Reconstruction|
|Start Date:||Oct. 15, 2018|
The second phase of construction, known as Phase 2, will be performed concurrently with Phase 3, and will realign Hoagland Boulevard from north of the Shingle Creek Bridge to the existing four-lane section at 5th Street. This includes building a four-lane divided roadway, 6-foot wide bike lanes, a 6-foot wide sidewalk along the east side of the roadway and an 8-foot to 10-foot wide path along the west side of Hoagland Boulevard. The project also includes a new bridge spanning the SunRail railroad tracks.
Work on Phase 2 is expected to have fewer impacts on the community as a new 2.15-mile long roadway will be built to the west and south of Kissimmee Gateway Airport to connect the north and south segments of the road.
|Work Type:||Realignment & New Bridge|
|Start Date:||Early 2019|
For additional information, please visit the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page, or contact Danielle Balser at 407-742-0552 or Danielle.Balser@Osceola.org