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St. Johns River Crossing

District Office
Greg Evans, PE
District Two Secretary

1109 South Marion Avenue
Lake City, FL 32025

Tel: 800-207-8236
Extension 5457
Fax: 386-758-3707
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Additional Contacts:
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Welcome

The St. Johns River Crossing will be a limited access roadway connecting the First Coast Expressway at Blanding Boulevard (State Road 21) in Clay County eastward across the St. Johns River to Interstate 95 in St. Johns County. The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) identified the need for an improved highway corridor and bridge crossing the St. Johns River between Clay and St. Johns Counties, Florida. The proposed St. Johns River Crossing Project is an effort to identify the best solution to address that need, while trying to minimize the effects the project might have on the local communities and environment. Within this site, you can learn the facts about the St. Johns River Crossing Project Development and Environment (PD&E) Study and obtain information about the study. You can also view maps of the proposed corridor alternatives and learn about important upcoming events.


Project At-A-Glance

St Johns River Crossing Final Environmental Impact Statement

District
Two (Northeast Florida)

Start Date:
Construction not funded

Preliminary Cost Estimates:
Design & Construction: $825 Million
Right-of-way: $270 Million
Environmental Mitigation: $57 Million
CEI: $72 Million
Total cost: $1.224 Billion

Lengths and Limits:
From the proposed SR 21/SR 23 Interchange in Clay County, eastward across the St. Johns River to I-95 in St. Johns County, a distance of 31.4 miles.

Project Manager:
Brandi Vittur, PE
FDOT Project Manager