The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) will hold an informational open house from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Wednesday, June 26, to discuss proposed design plans for improvements to the Interstate 4 (I-4) interchanges at Daryl Carter Parkway and Sand Lake Road (State Road 482). The open house will be held at the Rosen Jewish Community Center (JCC) at 11184 S. Apopka Vineland Road, Orlando.
The open house will provide information about the proposed design projects. The FDOT team will be available to answer questions and explain the proposed improvements with the help of large display maps, a video presentation and informational handouts.
The goal of the design projects is to improve mobility and safety by reducing congestion on I-4 in south Orange County and adjacent roadways.
The I-4 and Daryl Carter Parkway design project includes:
Converting the Daryl Carter Parkway overpass into a diverging diamond interchange.
Adding eastbound I-4 entrance and exit ramps and a westbound I-4 exit ramp at the new interchange. The westbound I-4 entrance ramp will be constructed at a later time with the final configuration.
The I-4 and Sand Lake Road design project includes:
Reconstructing I-4 general use lanes from west of Sand Lake Road to the end of the I-4 Ultimate project, west of Kirkman Road (State Road 435).
Reconstructing the Sand Lake Road interchange into a diverging diamond interchange with a loop ramp to Turkey Lake Road.
For more information about I-4 Beyond the Ultimate and the proposed design plans for Interstate 4 (I-4) interchange improvements at Daryl Carter Parkway and Sand Lake Road, visit i4beyond.com.