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Orange, Seminole and Volusia Counties – Early morning travelers on the north side of metro-Orlando will be impacted by construction on Interstate 4 next week, involving law enforcement pacing operations. Traffic will be slowed eastbound, from the Maitland area, and westbound, from the Deltona area, to give crews time to erect overhead metal structures that will support signage over the interstate. It will happen two different mornings between 1 a.m. and 4 a.m.

 

The installation of Overhead Sign Structure between the St. Johns River Bridge and SR 46

 

• Traffic both eastbound and westbound on I-4 between SR 434 on the west, and Howland Blvd. on the east will be slowed by law enforcement pacing.
• All on ramps in between will be impacted by the pacing operation
• August 14th (Tuesday morning)
• 1 a.m. – 4 a.m.

 

The installation of Overhead Sign Structure between CR 46 A and Lake Mary Blvd

 

• Traffic both eastbound and westbound on I-4 between Maitland Blvd, on the west and Enterprise Rd. on the east will be slowed by law enforcement pacing
• All on ramps in between will be impacted by the pacing operation
• August 15th (Wednesday morning)
• 1 a.m. – 4 a.m.

 

All lanes will be open by the morning rush. In all, 29 law enforcement officers will take part. Each pacing operation will give crews approximately a 20 minute window to conduct work.

 

Be advised that weather conditions and other unforeseen circumstances could affect construction schedules.

 

The Florida Department of Transportation urges motorists to drive carefully in construction zones, and encourages all vehicle occupants to buckle up. Safety belts save lives.