Welcome to the St. Johns River Crossing Project Development and Environment (PD&E) Study website. Within this site, you can learn the facts about the study and obtain information about the study. You can also view maps of the proposed corridor alternatives and learn about important upcoming events. 

Please contact us with any comments or questions about this study and please check back regularly to stay informed about upcoming meetings and other important project information. New information will be posted to the what's new page of the website.- 

PD&E Study

The purpose of the PD&E study is to evaluate in further detail the impacts to the social, natural and physical environment of each corridor. The impacts will be documented in an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for review and approval by the Federal Highway Administration. The study will be used to support the decisions concerning if and where the improvements should be built and will determine whether or not further modifications will need to be made to the proposed alternatives. Public involvement will continue to be an integral part of the project. Please continue to monitor this website for the latest project information and meeting dates.


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The Florida Department of Transportation is exploring an alternative method of financing called a "Public Private Partnership" (PPP). Check out the following new website to find out more information:









View the latest maps of the Locally Preferred Alternative by clicking on the documents page.   


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Letters regarding the project can be submitted to the following address:

Brandi Vittur, E.I., Project Manager  Planning & Environmental Mgmt. Office  1109 South Marion Avenue, M.S. 2007   Lake City, Florida 32025-5874 





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