Lakeshore Shared Use Path

Deltona, FL

Cost $509K

Project Description

The primary objective of this FDOT LAP funded project was to provide a link off the adjacent East Central Rail Trail. Lakeshore Multi-use trail connects the East Central Rail Trail with Thornby Park, the Deltona Community Center and Green Springs Park. Design included a bike/pedestrian trail with sections narrowing due to constrictions. The trail connects the Thornby Park driveway to Green Springs Park by running parallel along Providence Boulevard, Lakeshore Drive, and Green Springs Road. Services included the design of curb ramps and vertical barriers or walls between the roadway and the trail, utility adjustments, stormwater drainage design, landscaping design, signing and marking design, and structures design.

Project Highlights

  • 3,022 LF of multi-use trail
  • Two prefabricated pedestrian bridges totaling 116 LF
  • Trail, crosswalks and ramps adhere to ADA standards
  • Provided an exhibit board for Lakeside Condominium HOA meetings and coordinated directly with the HOA to ensure proper setbacks were maintained between the multi-use trail and the condos
  • Completed analysis of existing drainage ditches and flow in order to properly place pedestrian bridges over ditches
  • Signing and pavement marking plans detailed revised bicycle and pedestrian movements throughout the project
  • Tailored design to fit within budgetary constraints
  • This project received the 2017 Outstanding Public Private Partnership award from the Florida Planning and Zoning Association (FPZA).

“AVCON completed the project on time and within the City's design budget. AVCON's incredible level of commitment and coordination helped the Lakeshore Loop Trail project win the local and state-level Florida Planning and Zoning Association's Outstanding Public Private Partnership Award 2017.“