JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — According to social media posts on both the City of Jacksonville and FDOT of Northeast Florida, a ribbon-cutting ceremony to mark the grand opening of the Fuller Warren Shared Use Path will take place on Thur., Aril. 6.
The ribbon-cutting will be held at the Riverside Arts Market, 715 Riverside Ave.
As posted on the FDOT Northeast Florida Facebook page:
In keeping with FDOT’s goals of improving safety and enhancing mobility, the Fuller Warren Shared Use Path will serve the residents and visitors of Jacksonville by providing pedestrian and bicycle connections between the Riverside and San Marco communities. Joining the Main Street Bridge and the Acosta Bridge, the Fuller Warren SUP will become the third point of access for pedestrians and bicyclists to cross the St. Johns River in Jacksonville.
Spanning the St. Johns River at 4,654 feet long and 12 feet wide, the Fuller Warren SUP includes two 6-foot lanes for east/west traffic and features two rest/observation areas featuring panoramic views of the St. Johns River. Users can access the SUP from Riverside Avenue in Riverside, from Palm Avenue in San Marco or from the sidewalk adjacent to the river behind Nemours Children’s Hospital.
The Fuller Warren SUP is part of the $126 million operational improvements project at Interstate 10 and Interstate 95.
For a preview video of the Fuller Warren SUP by FDOT Northeast Florida click here.