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Project Details
Work Type Repaving Project
Phase Completed
Limits 28th Street North to Gandy Boulevard
Length 2.4 miles
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About

This project finished and was accepted on December 20, 2017.

The Florida Department of Transportation's contractor, Pepper Contracting Services, is repaving approximately two miles of Roosevelt Boulevard (SR 686) between 28th Street North / Lake Carillon Drive and Gandy Boulevard in Pinellas County.

The contractor is adding a third right turn lane onto Lake Carillon Drive from Roosevelt Boulevard, restriping for bike lanes and constructing a boardwalk and multi-use path along the north side of the roadway.

Most construction activities are taking place during daytime hours. Work requiring lane closures including paving will occur at night from 8:00 pm to 6:00 am. Access to driveways and side streets are being maintained.

This $7.7 million project is expected to finish by late 2017.

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Contact Information
Media Contact
Kris Carson
813-975-6060
Kristen.Carson@dot.state.fl.us
Lane Closures
  • There are no lane closures at this time.
Project Files
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Roosevelt  Blvd Repaving Project News Pedestrian Brdige
Roosevelt  Blvd Repaving Project New Multi-use Trail
Roosevelt  Blvd Repaving Project Drainage Improvements
Roosevelt  Blvd Repaving Project - Sidewalks Improvements
April 2017 Pedestrian crossing under construction at Lake Carillon Drive intersection
April 2017 Recently paved southbound lane
April 2017 Sidewalk and bus stop pad just south of MLK intersection
April 2017 New multi-use trail just south of I-275 interchange
April 2017 Construction of multi-use trail
April 2017 Ongoing construction of mulit-use trail just north of Gandy Blvd
April 2017 Newly installed boardwalk along north side of Roosevelt Blvd
April 2017 Future Traffic & Pedestrian Signals at MLK intersection
April 2017 Crews Installing New Pedestrian Signals