|Work Type||Widening and New Road Construction|
|Limits||From Uradco Place to west of Fort King Road|
|Project Start||November 2019|
|Construction Cost||$81 million|
|Estimated Completion||Summer 2024|
|Contractor||Superior Construction Company Southeast, LLC|
This project will widen and realign SR 52 from Uradco Place to Fort King Highway in eastern Pasco County.
Williams Cemetery Road is closed east of Wichers Road and McCabe Road. The closure is anticipated to remain in place until the Spring of 2021.
Daily lane closures and flagging operations are likely throughout the construction area on numerous roads including but not limited to SR 52, Curley Road, McCabe Road, Prospect Rd and Clinton Ave. Motorists should use caution and be prepared to stop when necessary.
- Between Uradco Place and Bayou Branch Canal the existing road will be widened to a four lane divided roadway.
- East of Bayou Branch Canal, the new alignment of four-lane divided SR 52 will be built south of the existing SR 52 tying into Clinton Avenue.
- Clinton Avenue between CR 579 and Fort King Road will be widened to a four-lane divided road as well.
Clinton Avenue between Pasadena Avenue and US 301 will also become the new SR 52.
The section of existing SR 52 between Bayou Branch Canal and US 301 will be designated CR 52 after the construction of the new SR 52 is complete.
Construction is expected to finish in the summer of 2024.
Tyler Matthews. P.E.
Curley Road (CR 577) near McCabe Road
Periodic flagging and brief traffic stops: Monday, August 3 through Friday, August 7 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.