Posted: July 8, 2021
Last modified: July 8, 2021
The I-4 Ultimate improvement project is close to completion, and a clear sign of work wrapping up is the placement of customized medallions throughout the 21-mile section of Interstate 4 (I-4).
The medallions — large, round and made of stone — will be located at interchanges, overpasses, and underpasses. Each city and county in the project corridor consulted with the I-4 Ultimate team to design the medallions for their area, which will commonly bear the municipality’s emblem and motto.
Crews have installed dozens of medallions so far, and more will come as work throughout the corridor approaches the finish line.
More than 140 medallions will be installed, including 92 in Orlando; 16 in Maitland; eight in Orange County, Seminole County, and Altamonte Springs; and four in Winter Park and Eatonville.
Most of the medallions will be tan in color, but multicolored medallions are planned for Eatonville and the Maitland pedestrian bridge.
Medallions are not the only aesthetic feature to be seen on I-4. Check out the special features page on our website to read about what’s been done and what’s to come.