City Project No. 1001934
This project provides for reconfiguring the existing 4-way stop intersection with yield-controlled right turns into a single-lane roundabout intersection. The proposed improvements also include wider sidewalks, buffered bike lanes over the Laurel St bridge, and shorter pedestrian crosswalks.
Currently, the intersection at Doyle Carlton Dr and Laurel St consists of a 4-way thru stop intersection, each approach including a yield controlled dedicated right turn lane. The proposed roundabout improvement will reduce vehicle, cyclist, and pedestrian conflicts providing a safer multi-modal intersection in line with the City’s Vision Zero initiative while maintaining the existing roadway’s level of service.
Contact Information ¶
Project Manager: Robert Hatton, P.E.
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Additional Information ¶
The City of Tampa Mobility Department will host a Public Information Display for the Doyle Carlton Drive/Laurel Street intersection improvements project. The Public Information Meeting for the project will be held outdoors in conjunction with this year’s Tampa Riverfest. The public can come to the meeting anytime during the date and time shown below to view project displays and other information, talk to City representatives, and provide comments. There will not be a formal presentation, materials from the display are available in the documents below.