The largest highway infrastructure project in Florida history. Central Florida motorists now enjoy a smoother drive along the corridor, which spans 21 miles of Interstate 4 (I-4) from west of Kirkman Road (State Road (S.R.) 435) to east of S.R. 434.
SunRail is a 61-mile commuter rail system in Central Florida which operates from DeBary through Downtown Orlando and points south to Kissimmee and Poinciana. The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) has started construction for Phase II North, which will add an additional 12 miles of track and connect DeBary to DeLand. Service is expected to begin at the DeLand Station in 2024. The DeBary SunRail station has approximately 300 parking spaces and a bus and passenger drop-off area.
This project consisted of a new partial cloverleaf interchange between SR 528 and Innovation Way. It was a $62.5 million design-build project located in east Orange County, Florida. The objective of the interchange was to improve connectivity to SR 528 and to accommodate the development of the Innovation Way Corridor.
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