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Seminole County – Motorists will encounter single lane and double lane closures on State Road (SR) 46, near Interstate 4, as crews work to install pavement markings. It’s part of the major project to build I-4 ramps, construct a new road for traffic merging onto I-4, and to improve traffic flow SR 46 on Sanford’s west side.   


                                                                                                                                    
The closures occur during overnight hours from Saturday night November 3, to Friday morning November 9, between 8 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. These closures do not affect the I-4 mainline, or the ramps from SR 46 to I-4.

 

• Eastbound lane closures – SR 46 from Wayside Drive to Town Center Blvd.
• November 3rd (Saturday night) to November 9th (Friday morning)

 

• Eastbound and westbound lane closures - SR 46
• November  4th (Sunday night) to November 9th (Friday morning)

 

Also, work continues to construct a new on-ramp that takes traffic from eastbound SR 46 to westbound I-4. Detours are in place and stay in place for the next three (3) months.

 

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

 

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



For construction related questions and comments, please contact Public Involvement Coordinator Alicia Arroyo at 407-509-0231 or alicia.arroyo@dot.state.fl.us.

 

For media matters, please contact the Public Information Office at 386-943-5479 or steve.olson@dot.state.fl.us. 

 


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