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Volusia CountyThe entry and exit ramps at the State Road (SR) 472 interchange with Interstate 4 (I-4) are scheduled to be milled and paved next week, requiring ramp closures and lane closures on the ramps beginning July 24.

 

Project contractor P&S Paving, Inc. is expected to close only one ramp per night. The anticipated schedule and posted detours for each ramp are as follows:

 

·         Sunday, 8 p.m. – 4:30 a.m., SR 472 entry ramp to I-4 westbound:  Traffic will be directed to Saxon Boulevard via North Kentucky Avenue and Veterans Memorial Parkway.

 

·         Monday, 8 p.m. - 5 a.m., SR 472 entry ramp to I-4 eastbound: Traffic will be directed north on Martin Luther King Jr. Beltway to Orange Camp Road (Exit 116) eastbound to I-4.

 

·         Tuesday, I-4 eastbound exit ramp to SR 472: The right turn lane will be closed beginning at 9 p.m. The full ramp will close from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.  Traffic will be directed to proceed east to Orange Camp Road (Exit 116) west to the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Beltway south to SR 472.

 

·         Wednesday, I-4 eastbound exit ramp to SR 472. Nighttime lane closures to complete the paving.  The ramp will remain open.

 

The ramp resurfacing is part of the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT)’s project to mill and resurface SR 472 from the Martin Luther King Jr. Beltway to Graves Avenue.

 

Times and dates may change due to weather conditions and other variables. Construction project updates are posted on the FDOT Central Florida website cflroads.com. Construction-related question can be directed to Public Information Coordinator Carolyn Fitzwilliam at 386.740.3566 or carolyn.fitzwilliam@dot.state.fl.us.

 

For media related questions please contact the FDOT PIO office at 386-943-5473 / jessica.ottaviano@dot.state.fl.us.

 

The FDOT urges all drivers to use caution when traveling through construction zones.