Cornell Road (102nd to 107th)

The busy intersection of Cornell Road and 107th Avenue is currently offset and not signalized. This project will realign the intersection and install a traffic signal, which will include dedicated left turn lanes on Cornell Road for travelers turning onto 107th Avenue.

As part of this project, continuous bicycle and pedestrian facilities will also be extended along Cornell Road from 107th to 102nd.

Additional improvements include street lighting, storm drainage upgrades and landscaping.

Project limits are subject to change upon further design review.

This $3.85 million project is funded through a combination of sources including the County's Major Streets Transportation Improvement Program (MSTIP) and state funds. The total project cost includes the estimated cost of design, right-of-way and construction and is subject to change.

A separate safety improvement project (pedestrian path) was recently constructed along the north side of Cornell Road between 102nd and 97th (fall 2015). Visit the 2015 URMD safety improvement project website for more details.

CPO 1; Commissioner District 2