Gandy Park South Closure

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Gandy Park South Closure

Tampa, FL October 6 2017
Beginning October 6th, we will be closing the Gandy Park South on the Southside of Gandy Boulevard and the Al Palonis Park on the north side of Gandy Boulevard for the duration of the Selmon Extension construction. The Gandy Boat ramp will remain open. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
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Preliminary Geotechnical Investigation in preparation for the Selmon Extension

Gandy Blvd. Drivers, Businesses and Residents Alert

Contact Information

Mellisa McColley
Public Information Officer
Mellisa@SelmonExtension.com
813-613- 2306

Tampa, FL September 28, 2017 – Preliminary Geotechnical Investigation in preparation for the Selmon Extension Monday, October 2, 2017 through Sunday, October 22, 2017 workers will be performing preliminary geotechnical work with a small drilling crew on Gandy Boulevard at Culbreath Key Way, between S. Trask St. and Hesperides St., between S. Manhattan Ave. and S. Clarke Ave. and at S. Church St. in preparation for the Selmon Extension project. Work will be performed

from 6 am until 9 pm. All lanes on Gandy Boulevard will remain open during day time operations. Work will also be performed from 9 pm until 6 am with lane closures in these areas.

Please be careful of our workers and drive safely through work zones.
For more information, call 813.613.2306 or email Mellisa@SelmonExtension.com

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Gandy Boulevard Turn Lanes at Westshore Boulevard to be closed at night

Media Alert
September 29, 2017

Contact Information:
Mellisa McColley, Project Information Officer
Mellisa@SelmonExtension.com
813-613-2306

Gandy Boulevard Drivers, Businesses and Residents Alert

Tampa, FL – Gandy Boulevard Turn Lanes at Westshore Boulevard to be closed at night

Monday, October 2, 2017 through Sunday, October 22, 2017 workers will be performing preliminary geotechnical work with a small drilling crew on Gandy Boulevard at Culbreath Key Way, between S. Trask St. and Hesperides St., between S. Manhattan Ave. and S. Clarke Ave. and at S. Church St. in preparation for the Selmon Extension project. Work will be performed from 6 am until 9 pm. All lanes on Gandy Boulevard will remain open during day time operations. Work will also be performed from 9 pm until 6 am with lane closures in these areas.

Beginning Monday, October 9, 2017 through Sunday, October 15, 2017 from 9 pm to 6 am the Eastbound Gandy Boulevard turn lane at Westshore Boulevard will be closed, and Westbound Gandy Boulevard turn lane at Westshore Boulevard will be closed for geotechnical activities. Both Westshore Boulevard closures will not be completed on the same nights.

Please be careful of our workers and drive safely through work zones.

For more information, call 813.613.2306 or email Mellisa@SelmonExtension.com

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THEA Investment Grade Traffic and Revenue Study

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Jacobs is pleased to present this investment grade traffic and toll revenue study for the Tampa-Hillsborough Expressway Authority (THEA). THEA operates the Lee Roy Selmon Expressway (Selmon Expressway) which serves citizens of Hillsborough and the surrounding counties as they move through and within the Tampa region.

The analysis and the documentation herein follow a logical path from the existing conditions both from the view of the supply of transportation in the form of the roadway network and the demand on that transportation network in the form of traffic patterns, trends and characteristics to the future condition as population increases and transportation improvements are put into place to accommodate those demands.

The overall approach of the analysis is presented in Figure 1. The red boxes identify the data collection effort which includes traffic characteristics, socioeconomic data and transportation improvements in the region. The existing conditions data is the dataset against which the regional travel demand model is calibrated. The base year calibrated model is then used to forecast future traffic demand as a function of revised population and employment estimates. This future demand is used as input into the project specific traffic and revenue models for the existing Selmon Expressway and the proposed Selmon Expressway West Extension (Selmon West Extension). The final result is estimates of traffic and revenue by toll plaza for the forecasting period.

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Figure 1

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