Route 58 / Holland Road Corridor Improvements


A traffic pattern shift will affect the area between Grove Avenue and Center Point Drive, where westbound traffic will be redirected to the south side of the road. The purpose of this change is to facilitate the completion of construction on the north side of the road. 

The traffic pattern for the eastern section of the project, extending from Grove Avenue to the US 13 Bypass, will remain unchanged. To ensure that motorists are well-informed about these upcoming changes, message boards will be placed to provide timely notifications.


The 3.1 mile widening project will provide for the construction of an additional travel lane both east bound and west bound from Route 58/13/32 bypass to approximately 0.7 miles west of Manning Bridge Road.  The Manning Bridge Road / Route 58 Intersection project has been incorporated into this project and both will be constructed as a single project. 
The project will provide for intersection and traffic signal upgrades and incorporates access management measures along the route to improve safety for vehicles entering and exiting Route 58.  The project will include turn lanes, curb and gutter, raised median, enhanced stormwater features and a multi-use path and sidewalk to accommodate pedestrians and cyclists along the corridor.  


On the Scene Filmed July 1st 2021

Final Plans Part One


Final Plans Part Two


Final Plans Part Three



Preliminary Engineering:    $3,695,424
Right of Way Acquisition:   $34,000,000
Construction:                      $39,488,000
Total Budget:                    $77,183,424


Preliminary Engineering: May 2012 – July 2020
Right of Way Acquisition: July 2015 – June 2020
Construction:                     January 2021 – December 2024