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Orange County – Motorists will encounter lane and ramp closures with detours on I-4 as the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) continues milling and repaving the westbound lanes of the interstate. Lane and ramp closures begin January 13 (night) and continue through January 18 (morning) from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. each night.  Project limits are westbound I-4, south of Orlando, from Conroy Road to Sand Lake Road.

 

The following closures and detours are in effect:

January 13, 2013 - Sunday Night:
• Off ramp from I-4 westbound to Turnpike will be closed
o One lane of 1-4 westbound will be closed from 9 pm – 5 am
o Turnpike ramp will be closed from 11 pm – 5 am
• Detour:  Use  exit 75A (Kirkman Road)  make right on International Drive, make right on Universal Blvd. to I-4 eastbound and take exit 77 for the Turnpike

 

January 14, 2013 - Monday Night:
• Turnpike on ramp to I-4 westbound will be closed
o One lane of 1-4 westbound will be closed from 9 pm – 5 am
o Turnpike ramp will be closed from 11 pm – 5 am
• Detour:  Use I-4 eastbound to Conroy Road westbound to I-4 westbound    

          

January 15, 2013 -Tuesday Night:
• Two outside lanes of mainline I-4 westbound will be closed
o First outside lane closed from 9 pm – 5 am
o Second outside lane closed from 11 pm – 5 am

 

January 16, 2013 - Wednesday Night:
• Two outside lanes of mainline I-4 westbound will be closed
o First outside lane closed from 9 pm – 5 am
o Second outside lane closed from 11 pm – 5 am

 

January 17, 2013 - Thursday Night:
•  Two outside lanes of mainline I-4 westbound will be closed
o First outside lane closed from 9 pm – 5 am
o Second outside lane closed from 11 pm – 5 am         

    

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


     
The Florida Department of Transportation urges you to buckle up and stay alert.