Highway Design

SAI was responsible for the final design and right-of-way plans as part of the overall effort to improve existing S.R. 0054 and to enhance safety and traffic mobility in the corridor. This included adding truck climbing lanes and bypass lanes where warranted; roadway reconstruction, widening, and horizontal and vertical geometry improvements; and intersection realignments.

Physical Features: 
  • 4.2 miles of rural, two-lane highway.
  • 47 properties have either temporary or permanent right-of-way involvement.
  • 300,000 cubic yards of excavation.
  • 31,000 tons of bituminous pavement.
  • 7,400 linear feet of storm drainage piping.
Other Features: 
  • Truck climbing lane and bypass lane additions where warranted.
  • Roadway reconstruction, widening, and horizontal and vertical geometry improvements.
  • Intersection realignments.
  • Storm drainage improvements.
  • Erosion and sediment pollution control measures.
  • Signing and pavement marking enhancements.
  • Wetland and stream mitigation.
  • Phased construction with two temporary roads were utilized to maintain two-way traffic without a detour.