The road leading from Central Boulevard to the proposed baseball spring training stadium would be widened to four lanes and connected to Shady Lakes Drive under a deal the city is considering with the Palm Beach County School District, which owns 117th Court North and operates two schools on the south side of the road.
The draft agreement between the city and the school district also calls for a right-turn lane on the south side of the road to serve Timber Trace Elementary and Watson B. Duncan Middle schools, where cars back up during school pick-up and drop-off times.
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