Temporary Traffic Signal at County Line Road and Old Shady Hills Road
Spring Hill, FL – Beginning Tuesday, May 1, a temporary traffic signal will direct traffic at County Line Road and Old Shady Hills Road as Shady Hills Road will close to the south of County Line Road to build the new eastbound travel lanes through this intersection.
This work is expected to take approximately 30 days. Traffic will be directed through this area using Old Shady Hills Road and Shady Road. Drivers are advised to remain alert to the changed conditions as motorists get used to the temporary signalized intersection.
Last year, the Florida Department of Transportation’s contractor, D.A.B. Constructors, Inc., began making improvements to the intersection of County Line Road and Mariner Boulevard/Shady Hills Road. Improvements include widening the existing two-lane undivided roadway to a four-lane divided roadway, replacing the existing traffic signal, adding sidewalk and a shared-use path.
Construction activities and lane closures are occurring during daytime and nighttime hours. Access to driveways and side streets are being maintained. The $8.4 million project is to finish summer of 2018.