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Quick, how many traffic signal phases does a single-point urban interchange have? If you don’t know, you will by the end of this short quiz. The single-point urban interchange is a new traffic movement at the State Road 436 and Interstate 4 (I-4) junction, and this quiz will show you how to navigate it.
All movements at a single-point urban interchange are controlled by a single traffic signal – hence the name.
Eight turns are possible at a single-point urban interchange. For example, motorists at the Interstate 4 (I-4)/State Road (S.R.) 436 interchange can:
Navigating a single-point urban interchange is easy. Just follow the signs to your desired destination.
A single-point urban interchange opened under I-4 at Colonial Drive in December 2020. The traffic movements are similar to those at S.R. 436.
A single-point urban interchange has only three traffic signal phases, compared to four at a conventional interchange, so motorists generally experience fewer delays.
While heavy construction at the interchange is complete, aesthetic improvements and other amenities are on the way, including a tunnel providing safe pedestrian access under S.R. 436.