Governor Rick Scott joined state and local officials along with FDOT employees and the project team to highlight the start of construction of a vital I-75 widening project in Collier County.
On Thursday, July 23, District One held a preconstruction open house for the I-75/University Parkway Diverging Diamond Interchange (DDI). This project is the first DDI in Florida.
The U.S. 17-92 flyover bridge boasts 209-linear-foot beams, the longest concrete beams fabricated and installed in Florida.
Governor Rick Scott participated in a groundbreaking ceremony for the $2.3 billion I-4 Ultimate project, which will reconstruct Interstate 4 through metro-Orlando. With roughly 1.5 million daily trips on I-4, the I-4 Ultimate project will greatly reduce congestion for travelers.
When FDOT developed its $38 million construction project for U.S. 41/East Tamiami Trail, engineers focused on improvements that would make a difference to everyone who uses the road.
District Seven is studying a traffic management concept for Tampa Bay that has helped cities across the nation improve traffic flow, reduce congestion, and free commuters from snarling traffic jams.
FDOT passed another I-4 milepost with commercial and financial close of the I-4 Ultimate project this month. The public-private partnership concession agreement saves 20 years on the construction process.
On May 19, U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx visited the I-275 widening project, located right in the heart of the Tampa Bay region.