The DRMP Team (with KCA as a major sub) was selected by FDOT District Five for the SR 50 Widening from SR 35 (US 301) in Hernando County to West of CR 757 in Sumter County project
The DRMP Team (with KCA as a major sub) was selected by FDOT District Five to design the widening of SR 50 from SR 35 (US 301) in Hernando County to West of CR 757 in Sumter County including a new bridge over the Little Withlacoochee River at the County Line. The primary purpose for this 7-mile-long project is to improve SR 50 by increasing capacity and reducing safety issues associated with traditional two-lane rural roadways. This segment of SR 50 provides access to I-75, is a hurricane evacuation route, and was recently designated as an Emerging Strategic Intermodal System (SIS) highway. It is also one of the last segments of SR 50 in Florida that is still a two-lane road. A majority of the highway traverses the environmentally sensitive Withlacoochee State Forest. KCA is providing roadway design, traffic engineering, and drainage design for the 2-mile section from the Hernando/Sumter County Line to West of CR 757.
Congrats to the entire team including Roger Rossitto, PE; Victor Gallo, PE; Kevin Tasillo, PE, PTOE; and others from KCA departments. A big thanks to all that helped with the preparation of this proposal and the marketing efforts that contributed to this win!
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