Posted: August 22, 2017
Last modified: August 25, 2017

New temporary ramp (also known as a collector-distributor road) adjacent to eastbound Interstate 4 opening between Princeton Street and Par Street on August 28
The Florida Department of Transportation is opening a new collector-distributor road /on-ramp for Princeton Street and exit ramp for Par Street on the morning of Monday, August 28. A collector distributor road allows multiple options of entering and existing the interstate similar to a ramp but encompassing more movements. The temporary road is designed to carry traffic from Princeton Street to eastbound I-4 and from eastbound I-4 to Par Street during construction. Motorists wishing to enter eastbound I-4 from Princeton Street will travel on the ramp for nearly a quarter of a mile before merging onto eastbound I-4 on the left. Motorists wishing to exit onto Par Street from eastbound I-4 will exit onto the ramp nearly a quarter mile sooner just after crossing over Princeton Street. This shift is necessary to safely demolish and reconstruct eastbound I-4 lanes while maintaining traffic flow.

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