I-4 Ultimate Project

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I4MobilityPartners-logoNow that the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) has selected I-4 Mobility Partners as the Best Value Proposer, the team is moving toward financial close and contract signing, scheduled for Summer 2014. This monumental project will reshape the region and transform mobility in Central Florida. Firms and individuals interested in project opportunities can learn more by visiting the links below.

For information about FDOT Qualification of Design and Construction Firms, click here.

To learn about FDOT’s DBE and SBE certification programs, click here.

For opportunities to work with I-4 Mobility Partners, click here.

Interstate 4 (I-4) is often called the backbone of transportation in Central Florida. I-4 provides a crucial link between Tampa on the west coast and Daytona Beach on the east coast. The interstate also plays a vital role serving one of the world’s most vibrant and popular travel destinations, Central Florida. I-4 consists of seventy-three (73) miles of roadway in Central Florida and accommodates an average of 1.5 million trips daily in Osceola, Orange, Seminole and Volusia counties. The I-4 corridor is also considered a Designated Strategic Intermodal System (SIS) Highway Corridor link of the state’s intermodal transportation network.

Location and Project Facts

The I-4 Ultimate Project is over 21 miles from west of Kirkman Road to east of SR 434. Please click on the map to the right to view the entire project corridor. Below are some interesting project facts:

Construction Limits: 21 miles from West of Kirkman Road to East of State Road 434
Design / Construction Cost: $2.3 billion year-of-expenditure dollars
Project Improvements: • Reconstructs 15 major interchanges
• Replaces more than 75 bridges
• Adds four (4) variable priced tolled Express Lanes in the median
• Completely rebuilds general use lanes along entire corridor
Construction Start: Early 2015
Estimated Completion: Early 2021