• The City was awarded a grant for approximately $6.8 million with the condition that the design incorporates various elements of “Complete Streets”. For this project, MARLIN used a multimodal approach to roadway design – recommending improvements to create a livable community that is safe for biking, walking, and transit.

Improvements include:

  • New paving, striping and surface drainage configuration
  • New ornamental plantings along the corridor (trees, palms, flowering shrubs and groundcover). New pedestrian crosswalks with center refuge median and center walkway spline, including new pedestrian scale lighting, new colored concrete walks, safer parking configuration, new 5-ft wide bike lanes with buffer zone, and new American with Disabilities Act-compliant (ADA) parking spaces and accessible ways
  • 6 pedestrian actuated in-road lighting cross-walks

Design was performed by in-house FDOT District 4. MARLIN was requested to work in-house at FDOT to prepare the plans for the lighting, pavement markings and 6 pedestrian actuated in-road pedestrian crossings.

  • Hollywood, Florida
  • Florida Department of Transportation | District 4
  • Complete Streets
  • Roadway Design
  • Surveying & Mapping