Old Lake Wilson Road PD&E Study
From County Road (CR) 532 to Sinclair Road
Public Hearing, Scheduled for Tuesday, June 13, 2023 5:30 p.m. Open House,
6:30 p.m. Presentation
The Public Meetings page will have more information about the meeting and the presentation material.
Thank you for visiting the website for the Old Lake Wilson Road Project Development and Environment (PD&E) Study.
Osceola County, in coordination with the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), is conducting this PD&E Study to evaluate the two lane to four lane widening of Old Lake Wilson Road from County Road 532 to Sinclair Road, a distance of approximately 2.5 miles. The project also involves widening or replacing the existing bridge over Interstate 4 and the addition of bicycle and pedestrian features throughout the project corridor. A project location map, depicting the study limits, is shown to the right.
The PD&E Study involves a range of engineering assessments, environmental analysis and public involvement with the goal of developing transportation solutions, known as alternatives, that meet the project need while minimizing impacts to the surrounding environment.
A complementary effort, separate from the PD&E Study, involves a planning-level analysis to expand Osceola County’s Advanced Transportation Management System (ATMS) to Old Lake Wilson Road. The limits of the planning-level analysis are from CR 532 to Magic Tree Drive. ATMS utilizes technology to improve the flow of traffic and improve safety. Osceola County has deployed ATMS technology along similar corridors within the County enabling the Traffic Management Center to monitor traffic conditions in real time. Examples of ATMS elements include real-time vehicle detection at traffic signals, closed-circuit television monitoring, dynamic messaging signs and incident monitoring technology. This planning-level effort will establish a basis for successful future project implementation. More information about the ATMS portion of the project will be presented at the public meeting and all documentation will be added to the Documents page of the website.