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SR 551 (Goldenrod Road) from SR 408 to SR 50

Orange County

The Florida Department of Transportation ("FDOT") is currently in the Design phase of a project to improve State Road (SR) 551 (Goldenrod Road) from SR 408 to SR 50. The project includes: milling and resurfacing, widening bike lanes, constructing a raised median, and traffic signal upgrades. FDOT has budgeted $1.3 million for Right-of-Way acquisition beginning in 2019. Letting is scheduled for Spring 2021 and Construction will begin shortly thereafter. (For a property owner list, project schedule, or detailed funding information, please contact our office by clicking here) Project Link: FDOT Project Info Maguire Lassman, P.A., a Florida law firm that represents property owners faced with the potential acquisition of their property through eminent domain, has access to Orange County’s Right-of-Way maps. If you own property in Orange County that may be affected by the SR 551 Project construction and you have any questions or concerns about Orange County’s recently released maps or Florida eminent domain law, please contact Maguire Lassman, P.A.’s office manager, Teri L. Alligood, by email at Teri@Maguire-EminentDomain.com or by telephone at (888) 216-6870.
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Osceola Parkway Extension

Osceola County

In April 2017, Central Florida Expressway Authority ("CFX") began conducting concept, feasibility, and mobility studies on the unbuilt Osceola County Expressway Authority ("OCX") Master Plan Projects. The study corridor for the Osceola Parkway Extension begins approximately one mile west of the Boggy Creek Road and Osceola parkway intersection and extends along the Orange/Osceola County line until it meets the north terminus of the proposed Northeast Corridor Expressway. The corridor is 9 miles long. The study is scheduled to be completed in the Spring of 2018. OCX is currently considering 6 possible alternatives for the roadway. The goals for this limited-access facility include providing additional east-west capacity and relieving congestion on local roads. (For a property owner list, project schedule, or detailed funding information, please contact our office by clicking here) Project Link: OCX Project Homepage snip20161101_2Maguire Lassman, P.A., a Florida law firm that represents property owners faced with the potential acquisition of their property through eminent domain, has access to Osceola County’s Right-of-Way maps. If you own property in Osceola County that may be affected by the Osceola Parkway Extension construction and you have any questions or concerns about Osceola County’s recently released maps or Florida eminent domain law, please contact Maguire Lassman, P.A.’s office manager, Teri L. Alligood, by email at Teri@Maguire-EminentDomain.com or by telephone at (888) 216-6870.  
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Richard Crotty Parkway (East-West Segment 2)

Orange County

Richard Crotty Parkway is being designed and constructed to provide a third east-west route for the eastern portion of Orange County. It is designed to ease congestion on SR 50 and University Boulevard. The project is 9.5 miles overall and has been divided into two major segments: Segment 1 begins at SR 436 and end at Harrell Road; Segment 2 begins at Harrell Road and ends at Dean Road (CR 425). Additionally, Segment 1 has been divided into two sub-phases: Segment 1A runs from SR 436 to Goldenrod Road; Segment 1B runs from Goldenrod Road to Harrell Road. The Parkway will be a four-lane roadway with sidewalks, bicycle lanes, roadway lighting, and median landscaping. Segment 2 is currently on hold until funding is available. There is no funding available within the 5 year plan that began in 2015. (For a property owner list, project schedule, or detailed funding information, please contact our office by clicking here)   Maguire Lassman, P.A., a Florida law firm that represents property owners faced with the potential acquisition of their property through eminent domain, has access to Orange County’s Right-of-Way maps. If you own property in Orange County that may be affected by the Richard Crotty Parkway (East-West Segment 2) construction and you have any questions or concerns about Orange County’s recently released maps or Florida eminent domain law, please contact Maguire Lassman, P.A.’s office manager, Teri L. Alligood, by email at Teri@Maguire-EminentDomain.com or by telephone at (888) 216-6870.
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Richard Crotty Parkway (East-West Segment 1)

Orange County

Richard Crotty Parkway is being designed and constructed to provide a third east-west route for the eastern portion of Orange County. It is designed to ease congestion on SR 50 and University Boulevard. The project is 9.5 miles overall and has been divided into two major segments: Segment 1 begins at SR 436 and end at Harrell Road; Segment 2 begins at Harrell Road and ends at Dean Road (CR 425). Additionally, Segment 1 has been divided into two sub-phases: Segment 1A runs from SR 436 to Goldenrod Road; Segment 1B runs from Goldenrod Road to Harrell Road. The Parkway will be a four-lane roadway with sidewalks, bicycle lanes, roadway lighting, and median landscaping. Right of way acquisition has begun for Segment 1A and construction is expected to begin in 2019 and finish in 2021. Design updates and permitting are underway for Segment 1B, however, funding is not yet available. Project Link: Orange County Project Homepage (For a property owner list, project schedule, or detailed funding information, please contact our office by clicking here) Maguire Lassman, P.A., a Florida law firm that represents property owners faced with the potential acquisition of their property through eminent domain, has access to Orange County’s Right-of-Way maps. If you own property in Orange County that may be affected by the Richard Crotty Parkway (East-West Segment 1) construction and you have any questions or concerns about Orange County’s recently released maps or Florida eminent domain law, please contact Maguire Lassman, P.A.’s office manager, Teri L. Alligood, by email at Teri@Maguire-EminentDomain.com or by telephone at (888) 216-6870.
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SR 414/Maitland Boulevard (SR 400/I-4 to CR 427/Maitland Avenue)

Orange County

The Florida Department of Transportation ("FDOT") is finishing the Design phase for the widening State Road (SR) 414 from east of I-4 to east of County Road (CR) 427 (Maitland Avenue). The project includes the widening of the road from a suburban 4-lane facility to an urban 6-lane facility separated by a wide raised median. FDOT has budgeted $5.6 million for eminent domain acquisition which is scheduled to be completed in late 2018. Construction is expected to begin in 2019 and is budgeted for $11.8 million. Project Links: FDOT Project Homepage (For more information, please contact our office by clicking here) SR414 Project Map Maguire Lassman, P.A., a Florida law firm that represents property owners faced with the potential acquisition of their property through eminent domain, has access to FDOT’s Right-of-Way maps. If you own property in Orange County that may be affected by the SR 414 expansion and you have any questions or concerns about FDOT’s project information or Florida eminent domain law, please contact Maguire Lassman, P.A.’s office manager, Teri L. Alligood, by email at Teri@Maguire-EminentDomain.com or by telephone at (888) 216-6870.
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Econlockhatchee Trail – North of SR 408 to south of SR 50 (Colonial Drive)

Orange County

The expansion of Econlockhatchee Trail is separated into two separate phases that intend to improve traffic operations and drainage conditions in the immediate area as well as providing much needed pedestrian and bicycle facilities. The first phase begins north of SR 408 and ends south of SR 50 (Colonial Drive). The second phase begins south of Lake Underhill Road and ends north of SR 408. Orange County has nearly completed the Design phase and eminent domain acquisition is commencing. Project Link: Orange County Project Homepage (For a property owner list, project schedule, or detailed funding information, please contact our office by clicking here) Snip20151101_1 Maguire Lassman, P.A., a Florida law firm that represents property owners faced with the potential acquisition of their property through eminent domain, has access to Orange County’s Right-of-Way maps. If you own property in Orange County that may be affected by the Econlockhatchee Trail - North of SR 408 to South of SR 50 road project and you have any questions or concerns about Orange County’s recently released maps or Florida eminent domain law, please contact Maguire Lassman, P.A.’s office manager, Teri L. Alligood, by email at Teri@Maguire-EminentDomain.com or by telephone at (888) 216-6870.
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Econlockhatchee Trail – South of Lake Underhill Road to North of SR 408

Orange County

The expansion of Econlockhatchee Trail is separated into two separate phases that intend to improve traffic operations and drainage conditions in the immediate area as well as providing much needed pedestrian and bicycle facilities. The first phase begins north of SR 408 and ends south of SR 50 (Colonial Drive). The second phase is the southern portion of the project that begins south of Lake Underhill Road and ends north of SR 408. Orange County has nearly completed the Design phase and eminent domain acquisition is commencing. Project Links: Orange County Project Homepage (For a property owner list, project schedule, or detailed funding information, please contact our office by clicking here) Snip20151101_1
Maguire Lassman, P.A., a Florida law firm that represents property owners faced with the potential acquisition of their property through eminent domain, has access to Orange County’s Right-of-Way maps. If you own property in Orange County that may be affected by the Econlockhatchee Trail – South of Lake Underhill Road to North of SR 408 expansion and you have any questions or concerns about Orange County’s recently released maps or Florida eminent domain law, please contact Maguire Lassman, P.A.’s office manager, Teri L. Alligood, by email at Teri@Maguire-EminentDomain.com or by telephone at (888) 216-6870.
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SR 50 – Orange County

Orange County

The Florida Department of Transportation ("FDOT") plans to add lanes to widen State Road 50. This widening would take place between Avalon Park Blvd. and Chuluota Road, and would expand SR 50 from 4 lanes to 6 lanes. That project is currently on hold. Instead, Florida's Turnpike Enterprise is conducting the Colonial Parkway (SR 50) Project Development and Environment (PD&E) Study. This PD&E's purpose is to evaluate alternatives that would reduce congestion, create mobility choices, improve safety, enhance evacuation routes, and avoid and minimize environmental impacts. These alternatives include: new local travel lanes on SR 50 and new limited access (toll) lanes. The proposed Colonial Parkway facility would extend from SR 408 to SR 520 along the SR 50 corridor. This study began in Fall 2017 and is expected to conclude in the Spring of 2019.

Florida Department of Transportation Project Description Florida's Turnpike PD&E Study Desciption (For further information, please contact our office by clicking here)     Maguire Lassman, P.A., a Florida law firm that represents property owners faced with the potential acquisition of their property through eminent domain, has information related to this project.  If you own property in Orange County that may be affected by the expansion of SR 50 and you have any questions or concerns about FDOT's plans or Florida eminent domain law, please contact Maguire Lassman, P.A.'s office manager, Teri L. Alligood, by email at Teri@Maguire-EminentDomain.com or by telephone at (888) 216-6870.
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I-4 West of SR 528 Beachline to West of Kirkman Road – Segment 2

Orange County

As a 21-mile roadway improvement project, the I-4 expansion will add four new express lanes in the center of I-4. The project addresses needs from west of Kirkman Road to east of SR 434. The purpose of the project is to relieve congestion by providing the option to use the newly built express lanes by paying a toll. With the intention of further improving mobility, the Florida Department of Transportation ("FDOT") will construct designated on and off points. The project is currently in the study phase. This project has received funding and land acquisition is scheduled to begin in 2022.

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Construction Overview

Project Construction & Detour Updates

(For a property owner list, project schedule, or detailed funding information, please contact our office by clicking here) Snip20160503_5 Maguire Lassman, P.A., a Florida law firm that represents property owners faced with the potential acquisition of their property through eminent domain, has access to Orange County’s Right-of-Way maps. If you own property in Orange County that may be affected by the I-4 Ultimate construction and you have any questions or concerns about Orange County’s recently released maps or Florida eminent domain law, please contact Maguire Lassman, P.A.’s office manager, Teri L. Alligood, by email at Teri@Maguire-EminentDomain.com or by telephone at (888) 216-6870.
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I-4 Segment 1: CR 532 to SR 528 (Beachline Expressway)

Orange County

As a 21-mile roadway improvement project, the I-4 expansion will add four new express lanes in the center of I-4. The project addresses needs from west of Kirkman Road to east of SR 434. The purpose of the project is to relieve congestion by providing the option to use the newly built express lanes by paying a toll. With the intention of further improving mobility, the Florida Department of Transportation ("FDOT") will construct designated on and off points. The project is currently in the study phase. Right-of-Way is budgeted for $35 million and acquisition is expected to begin in 2022 unless funding becomes available sooner.

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Project Construction & Detour Updates

I-4 Express Documents

(For a property owner list, project schedule, or detailed funding information, please contact our office by clicking here) Snip20160503_5 Maguire Lassman, P.A., a Florida law firm that represents property owners faced with the potential acquisition of their property through eminent domain, has access to Orange County’s Right-of-Way maps. If you own property in Orange County that may be affected by the I-4 Segment 1 construction and you have any questions or concerns about Orange County’s recently released maps or Florida eminent domain law, please contact Maguire Lassman, P.A.’s office manager, Teri L. Alligood, by email at Teri@Maguire-EminentDomain.com or by telephone at (888) 216-6870.
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Kennedy Boulevard – Forest City Road to Wymore Road

Orange County

Orange County has released a conceptual plan to add lanes to the existing two-lane section of Kennedy Boulevard between Forest City Road and Wymore Road. This roadway widening will provide additional capacity. Pedestrian safety will also be improved with the addition of sidewalks and bike lanes. Land acquisition is currently underway. This project is currently in the Design phase and is expected to be completed in December 2017. Construction is scheduled to occur between June 2018 and June 2020. Project Link: Orange County Project Homepage (For a property owner list, project schedule, or detailed funding information, please contact our office by clicking here) Maguire Lassman, P.A., a Florida law firm that represents property owners faced with the potential acquisition of their property through eminent domain, has access to Orange County’s Right-of-Way maps. If you own property in Orange County that may be affected by the Kennedy Boulevard - Forest City Road to Wymore Road expansion and you have any questions or concerns about Orange County’s recently released maps or Florida eminent domain law, please contact Maguire Lassman, P.A.’s office manager, Teri L. Alligood, by email at Teri@Maguire-EminentDomain.com or by telephone at (888) 216-6870.
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All American Boulevard

Orange County

Orange County is engaged in the process of realigning and widening All American Boulevard beginning at the intersection of Clarcona-Ocoee Road and Edgewater Drive  and ending approximately 600 feet west of Forest City Road. The total length of this project is about 0.70 miles.  Currently, Orange County is acquiring, by eminent domain, parcels of land along the project's length. This phase is expected to be completed by January 2019, and construction is scheduled to begin in July 2019. Project Links: Orange County Project Homepage (For a property owner list, project schedule, or detailed funding information, please contact our office by clicking here) All American Blvd. Project Map Maguire Lassman, P.A., a Florida law firm that represents property owners faced with the potential acquisition of their property through eminent domain, has access to Orange County's Right-of-Way maps. If you own property in Orange County that may be affected by the All American Boulevard expansion and you have any questions or concerns about Orange Coutny's recently released maps or Florida eminent domain law, please contact Maguire Lassman, P.A.’s office manager, Teri L. Alligood, by email at Teri@Maguire-EminentDomain.com or by telephone at (888) 216-6870.
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