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ORLANDO — Rolling roadblocks on westbound Interstate 4 (I-4) from Maitland Boulevard (State Road 414) to State Road (S.R. 408) are scheduled between 12 a.m. and 5 a.m. for two consecutive nights beginning on Friday, June 16.

Multiple rolling roadblocks are scheduled to occur each night. Each rolling roadblock will create a 30-minute window for crews to place girders near westbound I-4 to widen the S.R. 408 overpass.

Westbound I-4 entrance ramps between the Maitland Boulevard and S.R. 408 interchanges will be temporarily blocked. As the rolling roadblock passes each interchange, law enforcement officers will reopen its entrance ramp. In total, 10 westbound I-4 entrance ramps will be temporarily closed during the rolling roadblocks. View or download an online map of the temporary on-ramp closures at: http://fdot.tips/2r4z2KY.

A new time-lapse video shows construction progress at the I-4 and S.R. 408 interchange in the past year: https://youtu.be/LyptJwP4oLc.

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.

For real-time traffic information on I-4, including up-to-date progress on rolling roadblocks, stay tuned to the Florida Department of Transportation’s 511 Traveler Information System. Visit FL511.com for interactive roadway maps showing traffic congestion and crashes, travel times and traffic camera views.

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.