Monday, Jun 01, 2020



The Crosstown Parkway Extension Project will provide a new bridge crossing over the North Fork of the St. Lucie River in the City of Port St. Lucie, connecting the existing Crosstown Parkway from Manth Lane to U.S. 1. The project extends along the existing West Virginia Drive, crossing over the North Fork of the St. Lucie River and connecting into U.S. 1 at Village Green Drive. The project is approximately two miles with the bridge being approximately 4,000 feet. The six lane divided highway and bridge will serve as a multi-modal transportation alternative to include accommodations for automobile, bicycle, pedestrian and public transit.

Project Commitments

Several commitments were made to help minimize the impacts of the project to the community and environment. The commitments are tracked by the Construction Engineering Inspection (CEI) team throughout the project. Click here to view the project commitment tracker, including the status for each commitment. The commitment tracker will be updated regularly.

Project Team

The City of Port St. Lucie selected a project specific team to assist in overseeing, designing and constructing the Crosstown Parkway Extension Project. Click here to see the organizational chart for the Crosstown Parkway Extension Project Team.

Fact Sheet

Download the Crosstown Fact Sheet


The Project Team delivered the Crosstown Project Presentation at the Construction Open House held on March 6, 2017.
Download the Open House Presentation

The City and the Design/Build Team presented information on the Crosstown Project and the innovative design solutions at the 2016 Public Works Expo for the American Public Works Association Florida Chapter.
Download the Crosstown Parkway Extension: Innovations through Design-Build Presentation

The Restoration in the North Fork St. Lucie River Presentation was presented at the 2015 Florida Association of Environmental Professionals (FAEP) Annual Conference and Training Symposium. The conference was attended by nearly 200 professionals representing the private, public and legal sectors of the natural environment.
Download the Restoration in the North Fork St. Lucie River Presentation


The Design / Build team will submit a schedule in accordance with the FDOT Subarticle 8-3.2 (Design / Build Modified Division I Specifications.)

Construction activities started in early January 2017. With the final permit from the Coast Guard, the contractor started working on the water on June 12, 2017. The anticipated completion for the project is Fall 2019.

Crosstown Revised Schedule_06_16_17


This map represents the project area for the Crosstown Parkway Extension Project.  Click on the map to navigate through the project and local area using google maps.
Download map in PDF format

PD&E Information / History

The need for an additional crossing over the North Fork of the St. Lucie River has long been recognized, dating back as far as 1980.  Click here for project history and past PD&E project documents.

Project Awards

Florida TaxWatch 2013 Prudential – Davis Productivity Awards
AASHTO National Value Engineering Award