Online interactive survey available for State Road 780/Fruitville Road Corridor Vision Plan

Deadline is June 5

This is the banner on the project webpage. Image courtesy FDOT

The District One staff of the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is inviting the public to participate in an online survey regarding the future of State Road 780/Fruitville Road, FDOT has announced.

The survey, which should take about 5 to 10 minutes, can be found on the project website at, an FDOT news release says.

The project webpage explains that District One staff of FDOT is preparing a Corridor Vision Plan for approximately 6 miles of State Road 780 (Fruitville Road), from U.S. 301 to just east of Interstate 75. This plan would evaluate the existing conditions of the corridor, including traffic/safety and socioeconomic factors, cultural resources, and multimodal connections and opportunities, the webpage points out. “The plan will also assess the land use adjacent to the corridor, local municipal policies (e.g. Community Redevelopment Areas), concurrent planning, and public input,” the webpage adds.

Information the public shares in the survey will help FDOT staff better understand local needs, the news release says. “This valuable data will help formulate a Corridor Vision Plan that will outline the potential future transportation improvements to SR 780/Fruitville Road, the release explains.

The survey will be open through Friday, June 5. “We encourage you to click the link above and share your thoughts!” the release says.

This graphic shows the area under consideration for the corridor plan. Image courtesy FDOT

Persons who require accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act or persons who require translation services (free of charge) should contact June Farrell, by phone at 863-519-2329 or via e-mail at, the release adds. Anyone who is hearing- or speech-impaired should contact FDOT by using the Florida Relay Service, 1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or 1-800-955-8770 (voice), the release notes.