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I-4 Express from US 17-92 to SR 472 – Segment 4

Volusia County

The Florida Department of Transportation ("FDOT") is currently finishing a Project Development and Environment Study ("PD&E") for the reconstruction and widening of I-4 as part of the I-4 Beyond the Ultimate concept. Segment 4 (this segment) includes a 10.1 mile section from US-17-92 to SR 472 in Volusia County. The project will improve traffic operations, enhance connectivity, and improve safety of the I-4 mainline and interchange cross-streets associated with I-4. This will be achieved by improving the three General Use lanes in each direction and adding two Express Lanes in each direction, this will result in a total of ten functional lanes on the roadway. Right-of-Way is expected to impact 127 parcels and is budgeted for $42 million. Construction is expected to begin after 2027 unless additional funding can be obtained earlier. Project Link: I-4 Express Documents (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 Lake County’s Right-of-Way maps. If you own property in Volusia County that may be affected by the I-4 Express Segment 4  project and you have any questions or concerns about Volusia 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 15/US 17 (DeLeon Springs to SR 40)

Volusia County

With a $14.2 million anticipated Right-of-Way budget and a $46.5 million construction budget, the Florida Department of Transportation ("FDOT") plans to widen SR 15 (US 17) from two lanes to four lanes from DeLeon Springs to SR 40. Drainage, wildlife crossings, and a shared usage path are improvements planned in addition to the project widening. One wildlife crossing will be provided at the Deep Creek Bridges and the other will be located approximately 1/4 miles south of the Hear Island Conservation Area entrance. (For a property owner list, project schedule, or detailed funding information, please contact our office by clicking here) Snip20151215_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 Volusia County’s Right-of-Way maps. If you own property in Volusia County that may be affected by the SR 15/US 17 (DeLeon Springs to SR 40) improvements and you have any questions or concerns about Volusia 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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Clyde Morris

Volusia County

The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is engaged in the process of restructuring SR 483 (Clyde Morris) in Volusia County from SR 400 to SR 600/US 92. This planned restructuring includes widening Clyde Morris from four lanes to six lanes as well as  the addition of bike lanes, sidewalks, shared paths, and drainage improvements. The project is estimated to cost roughly $50 million. FDOT does have plans to acquire property needed for this project via eminent domain. Maguire Lassman, P.A. is in possession of the applicable 100% ROW maps. Project Link:

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(For a property owner list, project schedule, or detailed funding information, please contact our office by clicking here) Clyde Morris 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  County that may be affected by the restructuring process of SR 483 (Clyde Morris) 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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The Florida Department of Transportation Releases Construction Plans for the expansion of SR 483/Clyde Morris Boulevard

Volusia County

The Florida Department of Transportation ("FDOT") plans to add lanes to SR 483/Clyde Morris Blvd. from Beville Rd. to SR 600 in Volusia County.  The recently released construction plans indicate that FDOT plans to acquire, by eminent domain if necessary, 30+ parcels (property) within Volusia County.  To complete this project, FDOT has budgeted $28 million in right-of-way acquisition funds. (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 FDOT's recently released construction plans.  If you own property in Volusia County that may be affected by the expansion of SR 483 and you have any questions or concerns about FDOT's recently released 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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