Paving the Way for I-4 Ultimate
Construction work on the I-4 Ultimate Improvement Project is nearing completion. All along the 21-mile stretch, general-use lanes, interchanges, and ramps are in their final configurations. Pedestrian features such as tunnels and bridges have been moved into place. I-4 has undergone a tremendous transformation over the past few years and will continue to take shape as work wraps up across Central Florida’s most vital transportation artery.
I-4 Express is now open. There when you need it, I-4 Express is two tolled managed lanes in each direction in the center of I-4 spanning 21 miles from west of Kirkman Road (State Road 435) to east of State Road 434.
Work is also underway on the I-4 Beyond the Ultimate Improvement Project, which will make improvements to 40 miles of I-4 — 20 miles east and 20 miles west of the I-4 Ultimate Project. This project, unlike I-4 Ultimate, will take a phased approach, addressing the areas with the greatest needs first. View the I-4 Beyond the Ultimate Project Info & Map to find out more.
Reconstructing 21 miles on Central Florida’s busiest roadway calls for occasional lane closures and detours. Knowing what to expect before hitting the road can make driving through work zones easier and much less stressful. Stay informed about your commute by regularly checking this page and signing up for route-specific email and text alerts.
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