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. No funding has been allocated for Segment 2 at this time.
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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.