I-4 Traffic Impacts in Central Florida Through September 1

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The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) reports the following I-4 traffic impacts associated with construction and maintenance work in Central Florida through September 1, 2023. All work is weather dependent and subject to change.

  • Westbound I-4 to Northbound S.R. 429
    • Intermittent nightly ramp closure
    • August 30 – August 31
    • 10:00 PM – 7:00 AM
  • Eastbound I-4 from Southbound S.R. 429
    • Intermittent nightly ramp closure
    • August 31 – September 01
    • 10:00 PM – 7:00 AM
  • Eastbound I-4 from C.R. 532
    • Intermittent nightly ramp closure
    • August 27 – August 28
    • 10:00 PM – 6:00 AM
  • Westbound I-4 from Central Florida Pkwy to S.R. 535
    • Intermittent nightly lane closure, 2 right lanes closed.
    • August 02 – September 15
    • Sunday – Friday 9:00 PM – 6:30 AM
  • Eastbound I-4 from S.R. 535 to Central Florida Pkwy
    • Intermittent nightly lane closure. 2 left lanes closed.
    • August 02 – September 15
    • Sunday – Friday 9:00 PM – 6:30 AM
  • Westbound I-4 from S.R. 417 to C.R. 532
    • Intermittent nightly lane closure. 1 left lane closed.
    • August 20 – August 31
    • Sunday – Friday 10:00 PM – 7:00 AM
  • Eastbound I-4 from C.R. 532 to S.R. 417
    • Intermittent nightly lane closure. 1 left lane closed.
    • August 20 – August 31
    • Sunday – Friday 9:00 PM – 5:00 AM
  • Eastbound I-4 over C.R. 532
    • Intermittent nightly lane closure. 2 right lanes closed.
    • August 27 – August 28
    • 10:00 PM – 6:00 AM

Safety is FDOT’s highest priority, so please:

  • Follow the posted I-4 traffic speed limits and pay attention to signs and work zone flaggers
  • Dedicate your full attention to the roadway – avoid using your cell phone, changing radio stations and other distractions
  • Work zones are changing environments; keep an eye out for workers and their equipment, as well as lane and ramp closures and traffic shifts
  • I-4 traffic should allow at least two car lengths between you and the vehicle in front of you
  • Always allow extra time to get to your destination
  • Take extra care when driving at night and in rainy weather – use your headlights
  • Know before you go and get real-time I-4 traffic information by dialing 511 or visiting www.fl511.com
  • Follow the law – buckle up and obey the “Move Over” law

What’s happening on Interstate 4 RIGHT NOW! I-4 Real-time traffic information for selected cities along I-4. Maps show updates on road construction, traffic accidents, travel delays and the latest traffic speeds. Traffic cameras show congestion at a glance. Visit I-4 Traffic.


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