Commissioner S. Scott Boyd Opens Wildwood
Area Road Network
New Transportation Corridor in District 1 Opens to Public on Feb. 27
ORLANDO—Feb. 26, 2014—Tomorrow morning, Commissioner S. Scott Boyd will join with project developers, managers and staff to officially open the much-anticipated Wildwood Area Road Network.
“I’m thrilled to see how effectively this project has been managed to a timely completion and most importantly, what a positive impact it will have on citizens who will now be able to take advantage of improved connectivity in the area,” said Orange County Commissioner S. Scott Boyd.
The Wildwood Area Road Network is a planned partnership project that broke ground on March 12, 2012, constructing a new four-lane divided urban roadway to connect International Drive and Palm Parkway. The new roadway is named Fenton Street and includes a 420-foot long bridge over Interstate 4.
The project also features improvements such as an extension of Regency Village Drive to Fenton Street, two new signals at the intersections of International Drive and Palm Parkway, and sidewalks on both sides of the road.
“Transportation is such a hot topic in my district, I am always appreciative when I can work collaboratively with the private sector and Orange County staff to offer citizens access to new transportation solutions that provide additional commuter options,” said Boyd.
Commissioner Boyd and the project team will officially open the roadway at 9 a.m., and it will be open for public travel immediately following.
About Orange County Commissioner S. Scott Boyd: Orange County Commissioner S. Scott Boyd was elected to the Board of County Commissioners, District 1 seat, in November 2008. He currently serves as a board member of MetroPlan Orlando, the East Central Florida Regional Planning Council, the Four Corners Area Council and the West Orange Chamber. He is a sixth generation native to Orange County who attended our public school system and graduated from Florida State University. Connect with Commissioner Boyd on Facebook!
About Orange County Government: Orange County Government strives to serve its citizens and guests with integrity, honesty, fairness and professionalism. Located in Central Florida, Orange County includes 13 municipalities and is home to world famous theme parks, the nation’s second largest convention center, and a thriving life science research park. Seven elected members make up the Board of County Commissioners including the Mayor who is elected countywide. For more information please visit www.OCFL.net or go to the Orange County facebook and twitter pages.