Posted: August 16, 2019
Last modified: August 21, 2019

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The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is shifting the State Road (S.R.) 436 and Interstate 4 (I-4) interchange to a temporary configuration as soon as the morning of August 24, 2019. The shift is the biggest yet to occur at the interchange, and it will place motorists on the new bridge decks north and south of the old lanes.

New traffic patterns will be introduced as part of this transformation. Motorists are advised to use caution while traveling through the interchange and to not block intersections.

The temporary configuration is necessary to demolish the old S.R. 436 bridge over I-4 and continue constructing the new bridge. The configuration is expected to last for up to one year.

Modifications or extensions to these schedules may become necessary due to weather delays or other unforeseen conditions. Motorists are advised to maintain a safe speed when driving through the work zone.

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Via @I4Ultimate: As soon as Aug. 24, the S.R. 436 and I-4 interchange will shift to a temporary configuration to allow crews to demolish the old bridge and build the new one. Motorists using the interchange will use the newly constructed bridges north and south of the old lanes:

Via @I4Ultimate: A new temporary traffic pattern is coming to the S.R. 436 and I-4 interchange as soon as Aug. 24. Please see details below:

Via @I4Ultimate: Motorists traveling through the S.R. 436 and I-4 interchange will experience a new traffic pattern as soon as Aug. 24. Please see below for more information:

Via @I4Ultimate: Motorists traveling through the S.R. 436 and I-4 interchange will experience a new traffic pattern as soon as Aug. 24. Please see below for more information on traffic signal cycles for the temporary configuration: