Hickory Street Complete Street Project

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 Conceptual image of Hickory Street between Strawbridge Avenue and Fee Avenue, courtesy Space Coast Transportation Organization.

A new project to transform Hickory Street into a “complete street” that is safe, accessible and enjoyable for roadway users of all ages and abilities, including pedestrians, bicyclists, drivers and bus riders is underway. The conceptual image above shows what the segment of Hickory Street next to Wells Park will look like once construction is completed (image used courtesy of the SCTPO.)

Goals and Benefits of the Hickory Street Complete Street Project

Project Elements, Partners & Budget

Project Schedule

The Hickory Street Complete Street Project began on March 28, 2018, and will take approximately 18 months to complete. Construction will occur in two phases in order to minimize the disruption to motorists, pedestrians and businesses. Phase 1 will be between Hibiscus Blvd. and NASA Blvd. and Phase 2 will be between Hibiscus Blvd. and New Haven Ave.

Traffic Advisories & Road Closures

All current traffic advisories and road closures are posted below. If you have any questions, please contact the City of Melbourne Engineering Department: 321-608-7300, engineering@mlbfl.org or fill out the Hickory Street Complete Street Project Information Request Form.

Road Closure: Final Paving of Hickory St. (North of Hibiscus Blvd.), June 27 and June 28

Post Date:06/21/2019 5:09 PM

Final paving of Hickory Street will begin June 27 and will continue to June 28, pending good weather conditions. Traffic shifts will occur to allow both the northbound and southbound lanes to be paved. Please follow detour routes accordingly.

Also, E. Sheridan Road from the roundabout to 300 feet east of the roundabout will be closed to thru traffic for road resurfacing. Please use alternate routes.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the City of Melbourne Engineering Department at 321-608-7300 or engineering@mlbfl.org

Map showing location of road closure on Hickory Street for June 27-28.

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