FORT MYERS, Fla .– On Monday, January 11, crews will start building of I-75 at Colonial Blvd. Divergent Diamond Trade (DDI) Challenge.
Different enhancements alongside Colonial Boulevard. embody a Steady Move Intersection (CFI) on the Six Mile Cypress Pkwy./Ortiz Ave. intersection. and a Superstreet intersection on the Colonial Boulevard / Discussion board Boulevard intersection.
I-75 may even be widened to offer an auxiliary lane in every course from Colonial Boulevard. at Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. (SR 82).
Exits from Colonial Boulevard. The DDI and the northbound exit ramp to SR 82 can have emergency cease websites.
The upgrades will enhance entry to I-75 and alongside Colonial Boulevard, in addition to enhance general security, improve capability, and facilitate ease of entry. emergency evacuation within the county. Moreover, the upgrades will assist meet relocation calls for created by anticipated and present inhabitants and employment progress throughout the county.
Motorists ought to count on intermittent lane closures on I-75 and on the Colonial Boulevard entry and exit ramps. and SR 82 / Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. throughout your entire building interval.
Drivers ought to train warning and concentrate on building automobiles getting into and exiting the roadway all through the period of the undertaking.
The anticipated completion date is mid-2024.
The contractor is Ajax Paving Industries of Florida and the price of the undertaking is $ 52.7 million.