FDOT secretary re-affirms new Howard Frankland could accommodate light rail

“The bridge was built in 1959 and is structurally worn. Current plans include swapping out the bridge with a new one that looks much similar. But the new design would include room on either the side or middle lanes for “transit envelopes,” or spaces where busses, tolled express lanes or a light rail could fit.” See More . . .

Source: http://www.tampabay.com/news/transportation/masstransit/fdot-secretary-re-affirms-new-howard-frankland-could-accommodate-light-rail/2150196
By: Weston Phippen, Times Staff Writer

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