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Lane, Ramp Closures, Detours for I-4 Construction in Orlando Metro

The Florida Department of Transportation reports the following traffic impacts associated with I-4 construction in the Orlando metro area:

  • Intermittent nightly ramp closure
    • Eastbound I-4 to Eastbound SR-414/Maitland Boulevard
    • August 20 – August 23
    • 10:00 PM – 5:00 AM
  • Intermittent nightly ramp closure
    • Westbound I-4 to SR-423/John Young Parkway
    • September 11 – September 18
    • Sunday – Friday 10:00 PM – 5:00 AM
  • Intermittent nightly ramp closure
    • Westbound I-4 to SR-423/John Young Parkway
    • August 20 – August 23
    • 10:00 PM – 5:00 AM
  • Intermittent nightly ramp closure
    • Eastbound I-4 from Florida’s Turnpike.
    • August 15 – August 23
    • Sunday – Friday 10:00 PM – 5:00 AM
  • Intermittent nightly lane closure
    • Westbound I-4 from SR-423/John Young Parkway to Conroy Road: 2 left lanes closed
    • August 09 – August 24
    • Sunday – Friday 8:30 PM – 6:00 AM
  • Intermittent nightly lane closure
    • Westbound I-4 from Conroy Road to Florida’s Turnpike: 2 left lanes closed
    • August 06 – August 20
    • Sunday – Friday 8:30 PM – 6:00 AM
  • Intermittent nightly lane closure
    • Eastbound I-4 from Conroy Road to John Young Parkway: 2 left lanes closed
    • August 14 – August 28
    • Sunday – Friday 9:30 PM – 7:00 AM
  • Intermittent nightly lane closure
    • Eastbound I-4 from Florida’s Turnpike to Conroy Road: 2 left lanes closed
    • August 06 – August 20
    • Sunday – Friday 9:30 PM – 7:00 AM
  • Intermittent nightly lane closure
    • Westbound I-4 from Florida’s Turnpike to SR-482/Sand Lake Road: 2 left lanes closed
    • August 09 – August 24
    • Sunday – Friday 8:30 PM – 6:00 AM
  • Intermittent nightly lane closure
    • Eastbound I-4 from SR-482/Sand Lake Road to Floridas Turnpike: 2 left lanes closed
    • August 13 – August 27
    • Sunday – Friday 9:30 PM – 7:00 AM
  • Intermittent nightly lane closure
    • Eastbound I-4 ramp to Universal Boulevard: 1 left lane closed
    • August 20 – August 21
    • 10:00 PM – 5:00 AM
  • Intermittent nightly ramp closure
    • Eastbound I-4 to South Street
    • August 19 – August 26
    • Sunday – Friday 10:00 PM – 5:00 AM
  • Intermittent nightly ramp closure
    • Westbound I-4 to US-441/17/92/Orange Blossom Trail
    • August 23 – August 25
    • 10:00 PM – 5:00 AM
  • Intermittent nightly ramp closure
    • Eastbound I-4 to NB US-441/17/92/Orange Blossom Trail
    • August 23 – August 25
    • 10:00 PM – 5:00 AM
  • Intermittent nightly lane closure
    • Westbound I-4 from Ivanhoe Boulevard to Orange Blossom Trail/US-441: 2 right lanes closed
    • August 01 – September 01
    • Sunday – Friday 8:30 PM – 6:00 AM
  • Intermittent nightly lane closure
    • Eastbound I-4 from Ivanhoe Boulevard to Orange Blossom Trail/US-441: 2 right lanes closed
    • August 01 – September 01
    • Sunday – Friday 10:30 PM – 6:30 AM
  • Intermittent nightly ramp closure
    • Eastbound I-4 to Fairbanks Avenue
    • August 13 – August 21
    • Sunday – Friday 10:00 PM – 5:00 AM
  • Intermittent nightly ramp closure
    • Eastbound I-4 from Fairbanks Avenue
    • August 14 – August 28
    • Sunday – Friday 10:00 PM – 5:00 AM
  • Intermittent nightly ramp closure
    • Westbound I-4 from Par Street
    • August 13 – August 28
    • Sunday – Friday 10:00 PM – 5:00 AM
  • Intermittent nightly ramp closure
    • Eastbound I-4 to Princeton Street
    • August 13 – August 21
    • Sunday – Friday 10:00 PM – 5:00 AM
  • Intermittent nightly ramp closure
    • Eastbound I-4 from Princeton Street
    • August 14 – August 18
    • 10:00 PM – 5:00 AM
  • Intermittent nightly lane closure
    • Westbound I-4 from SR-414/Maitland Boulevard to Par Street: 2 right lanes closed
    • August 13 – August 28
    • Sunday – Friday 8:30 PM – 6:00 AM
  • Intermittent nightly lane closure
    • Westbound I-4 from Fairbanks Avenue to SR-50/Colonial Drive: 2 right lanes closed
    • August 07 – August 21
    • Sunday – Friday 8:30 PM – 6:00 AM
  • Intermittent nightly lane closure
    • Eastbound I-4 from Fairbanks Avenue to SR-414/Maitland Boulevard: 2 right lanes closed
    • August 13 – August 28
    • Sunday – Friday 9:30 PM – 7:00 AM
  • Intermittent nightly lane closure
    • Eastbound I-4 ramp to Princeton Street: 1 right lane closed
    • August 16 – August 21
    • 10:00 PM – 5:00 AM
  • Intermittent nightly lane closure
    • Eastbound I-4 from SR-50/Colonial Drive to Fairbanks Avenue: 2 right lanes closed
    • August 14 – August 28
    • Sunday – Friday 9:30 PM – 7:00 AM
  • Intermittent nightly ramp closure
    • Westbound I-4 to Eastbound SR-414/Maitland Boulevard
    • August 22 – August 25
    • 10:00 PM – 5:00 AM
  • Intermittent nightly lane closure
    • Eastbound I-4 ramp to SR-434: 1 left lane closed
    • August 10 – August 28
    • Sunday – Friday 10:00 PM – 5:00 AM
  • Intermittent nightly lane closure
    • Westbound I-4 from E.E. Williamson Road. to SR-414/Maitland Boulevard: 2 right lanes closed
    • August 10 – August 28
    • Sunday – Friday 8:30 PM – 6:00 AM
  • Intermittent nightly lane closure
    • Eastbound I-4 ramp from SR-434: 1 right lane closed
    • August 10 – August 28
    • Sunday – Friday 10:00 PM – 5:00 AM
  • Intermittent nightly lane closure
    • Eastbound I-4 ramp from SR-434: 1 right lane closed
    • August 10 – August 28
    • Sunday – Friday 10:00 PM – 5:00 AM
  • Intermittent nightly lane closure
    • Westbound I-4 ramp from SR-436: 1 right lane closed
    • August 10 – August 28
    • Sunday – Friday 10:00 PM – 5:00 AM
  • Intermittent nightly lane closure
    • Westbound I-4 ramp to SR-436: 1 right lane closed
    • August 10 – August 28
    • Sunday – Friday 10:00 PM – 5:00 AM

All alerts are for planned activities, which may be cancelled or changed due to weather and other circumstances.


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Multiple Traffic Pacing Operations Scheduled for I-4/SR408 Construction in Orlando

The Florida Department of Transportation reports multiple traffic pacing operations associated with I-4 construction activities are scheduled to occur on eastbound State Road (S.R.) 408 between 12 a.m. and 6 a.m. on August 6, 7, 8 and 10.

The eastbound S.R. 408 operations will begin at Good Homes Road and conclude at Interstate 4 (I-4). During the operations, affected S.R. 408 entrance ramps will be temporarily blocked. As the traffic pacing operations pass each interchange, law enforcement officers will reopen the entrance ramp. Each traffic pacing operation on S.R. 408 will create a 30-minute window for crews to continue placing girders for a new flyover ramp.

In total, seven eastbound S.R. 408 entrance ramps will be temporarily closed during these operations. View or download an online map of the temporary S.R. 408 on-ramp closures.

In conjunction with the traffic pacing operations, the eastbound and westbound S.R. 408 entrance ramps from Interstate 4 (I-4) will be closed from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. on August 5-8 and August 9-10. The eastbound S.R. 408 exit ramp to eastbound I-4 will also be closed during this same time frame.

Motorists may experience additional lanes closed on S.R. 408 before and during the traffic pacing operations.

Modifications or extensions to this schedule may become necessary due to weather delays or other unforeseen conditions. Motorists are advised to maintain a safe speed when driving through the work zone.


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Universal Orlando’s Cinematic Celebration is Now Officially Open

Universal Orlando Resort’s all-new nighttime lagoon show – Universal Orlando’s Cinematic Celebration – is officially open at Universal Studios Florida. Guests now have a brand-new way to cap off their day in Universal Studios as they enjoy an “epic cinema under the stars” in the heart of the theme park.

The show seamlessly blends panoramic water screens accented by multi-layer water screens, pyrotechnics, lasers, projection mapping and more than 120 dancing fountains to transform the lagoon and surrounding buildings into a vivid celebration of beloved characters from Universal attractions and some of the world’s biggest films. And guests will watch it all come to life in an all-new dedicated viewing area designed specifically for the show.


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Guests will witness moments from the Harry Potter film series conjured by way of spells, terrifying roars from Jurassic World dinosaurs, high-octane action from the Fast & Furious films, mischief by the Minions from Illumination’s Despicable Me and more come to life each night in the heart of the Universal Studios lagoon.

Universal Orlando’s Cinematic Celebration runs select nights this summer. Guests can now enjoy two spectacular nighttime shows during their visit to Universal Orlando Resort this summer – Universal Orlando’s Cinematic Celebration in Universal Studios Florida and The Nighttime Lights at Hogwarts Castle in Universal’s Islands of Adventure.

For more information, dates and times for Universal Orlando’s Cinematic Celebration, visit www.UniversalOrlando.com.


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Orlando Traffic to be Diverted off Westbound I-4 near Florida’s Turnpike

The Florida Department of Transportation reports that, in order to complete demolition of a recently replaced overpass near Florida’s Turnpike, I-4 Ultimate crews will be diverting traffic off westbound Interstate 4 (I-4) from 12:00 a.m. to 5:00 a.m. on July 13, 16, 17 and 18.

Motorists will exit westbound I-4 at Conroy Road (Exit 78) and use either Vineland Road or Conroy Road to reenter westbound I-4 at the Kirkman Road (State Road 435) interchange.

In addition to diverting westbound I-4 traffic the exit ramps to Florida’s Turnpike (Exit 77) and northbound (75B) and southbound (75A) Kirkman Road (State Road 435), and the on-ramps from Conroy Road and Florida’s Turnpike will be closed from 10:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. on the nights of July 12–13, 15–16, 16–17 and 17–18.

Modifications or extensions to this schedule may become necessary due to weather delays or other unforeseen conditions. Motorists are advised to maintain a safe speed when driving through the work zone.


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Temporary Lane Shift Necessary for I-4 Construction in Orlando

The Florida Department of Transportation reports that an almost 2-mile stretch of westbound Interstate 4 (I-4) between John Young Parkway and Radebaugh Way in Orlando is shifting to a temporary configuration adjacent to the old roadway the morning of Friday, July 13.

The shift is necessary to make room to build the new, permanent westbound I-4 travel lanes.

Modifications or extensions to this schedule may become necessary due to weather delays or other unforeseen conditions. Motorists are advised to maintain a safe speed when driving through the work zone.


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I-4 Traffic to be Diverted Near Florida’s Turnpike

The Florida Department of Transportation reports that crews will be diverting traffic off eastbound Interstate 4 (I-4) from 12 a.m. to 5 a.m. on July 10 and 11. The detour is necessary to accommodate demolition of a recently replaced overpass near Florida’s Turnpike, I-4

Either motorists will exit eastbound I-4 at Universal Boulevard (Exit 75A) or Kirkman Road (75B) and use Vineland Road and Conroy Road to reenter eastbound I-4 at the Conroy Road interchange.

In addition to diverting eastbound I-4 traffic, the I-4 onramp from northbound Kirkman Road (State Road 435) and eastbound I-4 exit ramp to Florida’s Turnpike (Exit 77) will be closed from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. on the nights of July 5-6, 8-9, 9-10 and 10-11.

Modifications or extensions to this schedule may become necessary due to weather delays or other unforeseen conditions. Motorists are advised to maintain a safe speed when driving through the work zone.

The I-4 Ultimate project is rebuilding 21 miles of Interstate 4 (I-4) from west of Kirkman Road in Orange County to east of State Road 434 in Seminole County, adding two new dynamic tolled Express Lanes in each direction, replacing more than 140 bridges, reconfiguring 15 major interchanges and reconstructing the entire roadway.


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From Fantasy to Free-Falling: Orlando’s 10 New Summer Attractions

Named one of Travelocity’s Coolest Places to Go in 2018 for Family Travel and AAA’s Top Domestic Summer Destination, Orlando has a fresh lineup of thrilling attractions arriving this summer, giving travelers 10 new reasons to explore the destination, including those inside Orlando’s legendary theme parks, as well as beyond.

Attraction Tips and Deals

  • The destination’s only official visitor center, operated by Visit Orlando, offers deals, unbiased expert advice and Instagram-worthy photo ops for guests. The Visit Orlando center is located at 8102 International Drive in the heart of Orlando’s tourism district.
  • For those buying attraction tickets online, Visit Orlando is offering an additional 5 percent off already-discounted tickets from May 14 through June 10 by using promo code SAVE5 at VisitOrlando.com/tickets.

Movies and Fantasy Worlds Come to Life

  1. Universal Studios Florida will put visitors right in the middle of the action with the new Fast & Furious- Supercharged ride, based on the popular film franchise, where an after-race party turns into a high-speed race to escape a criminal cartel.
  2. Disney’s Hollywood Studios opens Toy Story Land on June 30, featuring two new attractions, along with new dining and merchandise locations. The rides Slinky Dog Dash and Alien Swirling Saucers will take visitors right into Andy’s imagination as they join beloved characters in their adventures.
  3. Walt Disney World Resort will make Orlando even hotter with their Incredible Summer, featuring all-new character entertainment and special events. At Magic Kingdom, guests can party with The Incredibles’ Mr. Incredible, Mrs. Incredible and Frozone, while Guardians of the Galaxy’s Star-Lord and Gamora team up with an alien band at Epcot to play tunes from those movies’ soundtracks.
  4. Madame Tussauds Orlando’s “Justice League: A Call for Heroes” will allow guests to jump in on the action as a loyal sidekick to Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman, Henry Cavill’s Superman and Ben Affleck’s Batman starting May 25. Replica props and costumes related to each superhero character’s wax figure will provide an added dimension of authenticity and realism to the immersive experience.
  5. LEGOLAND Florida Resort put the pedal to the plastic when The Great LEGO Race opened on March 23. The thrill ride experience is the first VR roller coaster experience designed for kids, and features Lego minifigures, a rocket-powered surfboard and an espresso-fueled scooter.

Outdoor Adventures and Record-Setting Thrills

  1. SeaWorld Orlando debuts Infinity Falls this summer, a whitewater rapid adventure raft ride through a lost jungle. The journey will send guests through fountains and waterfalls before dropping 40 feet – a world record for a river raft ride – into churning whitewater.
  2. Aquatica, SeaWorld’s Waterpark brings big thrills this summer with Ray Rush, featuring three ways to get soaked. First, water jets launch the raft in a burst of speed. Riders then spin through a water sphere before swooping across giant manta wings.
  3. The Orlando Starflyer, the world’s tallest swing ride, opens on International Drive June 1. At 450 feet tall, the ride offers open-air views of the destination for up to 24 guests at once, swinging them through the air at up to 60 miles an hour at top speed.
  4. Orlando Watersports Complex debuted Central Florida’s first Aquapark, which features a modular series of inflatable, interlocking climbing obstacles, pathways and slides for hours of watery fun. This water park also offers wakeboarding, wakeskating, wakesurfing, kneeboarding and waterskiing for children and adults.
  5. Nona Adventure Park promises to please thrill seekers and outdoor adventurers this summer, with rock climbing towers, an inflatable water park, a bistro and snack bar, a pro shop and the world’s first solar-powered water ski and wakeboard cable park.

The Orlando Destination
Home to seven of the world’s top theme parks, Orlando – Theme Park Capital of the World® is the No. 1 family vacation destination and most visited destination in the United States. An unparalleled mix of unique experiences create cherished memories for visitors, including legendary theme parks from Disney, Universal and SeaWorld, an array of world-class water parks, entertainment venues, an award-winning food scene, shopping, sports and nightlife. And, with 450 hotels, Orlando offers more lodging options than nearly any other destination in the world, from expansive resorts to uniquely themed hotels.


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A New Record for U.S. Travel: Orlando First to Surpass 70 Million Annual Visitors

Tourism officials announced today a historic milestone in the travel industry as Orlando became the first U.S. destination to surpass 70 million annual visitors. In 2017, 72 million visitors traveled to Orlando, an increase of more than 5 percent over the prior year, once again making it America’s most-visited destination.

Visit Orlando, the region’s official destination tourism and marketing organization, shared the number today at a special gathering of more than 1,000 tourism and community leaders.

“Our record-breaking year was achieved despite international headwinds and the statewide effects of Hurricane Irma,” said Visit Orlando President and CEO George Aguel. “In 2017, our destination launched new consumer experiences on a significant scale and our marketing efforts leveraged increasing consumer confidence in the United States. We also continued our focus on communicating the unique emotional connection visitors have with Orlando.”

“Orlando’s record-setting visitation affirms the city as a leader in the U.S. travel industry,” said U.S. Travel Association President and CEO Roger Dow. “The success in Orlando is great, not just for this iconic destination, but for travel as a whole. As the U.S. overall looks to regain its share of the global travel market, this new milestone in Orlando is a welcome reminder of the resiliency of this industry.”

Orlando reached a host of new milestones in 2017 including:

  • Record number of U.S. visitors
  • Record convention attendance: The Orange County Convention Center welcomed an unprecedented 1.53 million attendees (+5.0 percent).
  • Record airline arrivals: Orlando International Airport became the busiest airport in Florida, with 44.6 million passengers (+6.4 percent).

In addition to the openings of new attractions, resorts and dining venues, Orlando’s visitation benefited from new and adjusted destination marketing strategies from Visit Orlando.

  • Domestically, Visit Orlando recognized the potential of the country’s growing positive economic indicators and increased marketing initiatives focused on U.S. audiences, with a special emphasis in the important Northeast region. Domestic visitation for 2017 grew to an all-time record total of 65.86 million.
  • Internationally, with several key markets facing uncertainties, Visit Orlando maintained its extensive marketing, brand and publicity programs to retain Orlando’s leading position as a top international destination, with 6.15 million visitors.
  • Swiftly addressing potential concerns after Hurricane Irma struck in September, Visit Orlando quickly launched initiatives to demonstrate how Orlando tourism areas rebounded. This was accomplished through social media and publicity campaigns that used authentic visuals of real guests, in real-time, enjoying and commenting on the status of the destination.

About Visit Orlando
Visit Orlando, The Official Tourism Association®, represents the most visited destination in the United States, with a presence in more than a dozen countries around the world. Visit Orlando, together with its 1,200 member organizations, represents every segment of the area’s leading industry.


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There’s Something New for Thrill Seekers at U.S. Theme Parks and Water Parks in 2018

Record numbers of theme park visitors are preparing for thrilling and memorable new experiences as the unofficial theme park season opens Memorial Day Weekend.

According to the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions’ IAAPA Global Theme and Amusement Park Outlook Report (2017 to 2021), in 2018 the anticipated U.S. theme and amusement park attendance estimate is 398.5 million and guest spending will grow to an estimated $23.58 billion.

Roller coasters are a big part of new development across the country this season, and an abundance of new rides and experiences—more than 70 according to an early 2018 IAAPA compilation—include water slides, kiddie rides and new themed lands.

“There really is something new for everyone this season,” said Susan Storey, communications director, IAAPA. “The industry is innovative and dynamic, and this year many destinations are debuting their own ‘spin’ on amusement park favorites, infusing speed and height with twists and turns and even unexpected ‘surprise’ elements. The best part is many of these experiences were created for the entire family—kids and adults—to enjoy together.”

According to park guest surveys, roller coasters remain the top-rated ride of interest to park guests, and 2018 will see many new coasters deliver big thrills, added Storey.

With 12 roller coasters, four giant swings, four towering rides and, many more unique experiences to excite visitors, parks across the country are ready for a season filled with fun. Family entertainment centers are a segment of the attractions industry that continues to grow and expand, offering an array of experiences from golf and go-karting to ziplines and trampolines. These traditionally smaller destinations provide a mix of activities designed for parents and kids to experience together. Families can also soak up the fun at the nation’s water parks, with many new water slides and water attractions making a splash all season long.

The list of new attractions is available at http://bit.ly/2G7DCOd

“Summer is synonymous with the attractions industry and our member facilities continue to create new and memorable experiences for their guests,” said Storey. “This year is truly an exciting one for the business of fun.”


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I-4 Ramp to Adventure Way Closing Nightly Thru May 3

Motorists looking to head to the attractions area at night could encounter the nightly closure of the westbound Interstate 4 (I-4) exit ramp to Adventure Way.

The ramp closes from 10:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. thru May 3 to assist with ongoing work at the Kirkman Road (State Road 435) and I-4 interchange.

Modifications or extensions to this schedule may become necessary due to weather delays or other unforeseen conditions. Motorists are advised to maintain a safe speed when driving through the work zone.


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