By NewsLine Staff
mail@floridanewsline.com

St. Johns County has launched a comprehensive, multi-media communication plan to ensure citizens who live near Race Track Road have access to accurate and timely information regarding project updates and traffic conditions.

The communication plan allows residents and motorists to obtain updates and information through social media, text alerts and a dedicated webpage.

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Those interested in Project Race Track updates are encouraged to visit the following:

Website: http://sjcfl.us/projectracetrack/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProjectRaceTrack/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/ProjectRTR

Text “Follow @ProjectRTR” to 40404

The Race Track Road improvement project primarily consists of the widening of Race Track Road from two lanes to four lanes between Durbin Creek Elementary School and County Road 2209. The project will also include construction of storm water management infrastructure; sidewalk, driveway, and asphalt removal and construction; and the installation of additional traffic signals. This enhancement will help reduce traffic congestion in the area while improving roadway safety.

For more information on Project Race Track, contact Doug Tarbox at dtarbox@sjcfl.us or (904) 209-0124.

Photo courtesy St. Johns County.

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