& Environment (PD&E) Study:
SR 414 Expressway Extension PD&E Study
About the SR 414 Expressway Extension Project Development and Environment (PD&E) Study
In March 2020, the Central Florida Expressway Authority (CFX) began a Project Development and Environment (PD&E) Study of the SR 414 Expressway Extension. The study has evaluated alternatives for a proposed elevated expressway extension of the tolled SR 414 (John Land Apopka Expressway) within the median of the existing SR 414 (Maitland Boulevard) from US 441 (Orange Blossom Trail) to SR 434 (Forest City Road), in Orange and Seminole counties. During peak travel times, drivers can spend nearly a half hour getting through the three signalized intersections along this portion of SR 414.
The proposed 2.8-mile project will provide a direct connection between the eastern end of the SR 414 (John Land Apopka Expressway) and Interstate 4 (I-4). Project alternatives involved various configurations of elevated, limited-access toll lanes within the median of the existing SR 414 (Maitland Boulevard) to provide needed capacity between US 441 and SR 434 while maintaining the existing local access lanes.
The proposed improvements also include reconfiguring the existing SR 414 (Maitland Boulevard) to accommodate the SR 414 toll facility while maintaining two local access lanes in each direction of SR 414. The 24-month study, coordinated with the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), analyzed intersection improvements, bridge modifications at Lake Bosse and Little Wekiva River, stormwater management facilities, pedestrian and bicycle needs, and access management modifications. A No-Build Alternative will also be considered.
About Public Involvement
Public involvement and interagency coordination is an integral part of the PD&E study process, and opportunities for public participation have been provided throughout the study.
Property owners near a proposed transportation project often want to know an agency’s process for buying needed private property. Click here for the Central Florida Expressway Authority’s policy on right-of-way acquisition.
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- 414-227 Preferred Alternative Concept Plans
- 414-227 Final Draft Utility Assessment Package
- 414-227 Final Draft Preliminary Engineering Report
- 414-227 Final Cultural Resource Assessment Survey
- 414-227 Final Draft Sociocultural Evaluation Technical Memorandum
- 414-227 Draft Project Traffic Analysis Report
- 414-227 Final Draft Pond Siting Report
- 414-227 Final Draft Project Environmental Impact Report
- 414-227 Final Draft Natural Resource Evaluation
- 414-227 Final Draft Location Hydraulics Report
- 414-227 Level 1 Contamination Screening Evaluation Report
- 414-227 Final Draft Intelligent Transportation Systems Technical Memorandum
- 414-227 Final Typical Section Technical Memorandum
- 414-227 Final Existing Conditions Technical Memorandum
- 414-227 Final Draft Air Quality Technical Memorandum
- 414-227 Final Draft Bridge Analysis Technical Memorandum
- 414-227_Final Draft Noise Study Report