The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is preparing a Master Plan for a section of Interstate 75 (I-75) through Sumter, Marion, and Alachua Counties.
The purpose of the I-75 Master Plan is to evaluate short and long-term improvements or enhancements to the I-75 corridor and its interchanges to improve safety, reliability, and mobility. The I-75 Master Plan will allow FDOT to focus its future efforts and funding by prioritizing the most critical sections for improvement.
The I-75 Master Plan is divided into two study areas. The Southern Study (FPID 443623-1), approximately 22.5 miles, begins at Florida’s Turnpike (State Road (S.R.) 91) in Sumter County and ends at S.R. 200 in Marion County. Interchanges to be evaluated within the southern study’s limit include Florida’s Turnpike, S.R. 44, County Road (C.R.) 484 and S.R. 200. The Northern Study (FPID 443624-1), approximately 25.3 miles, begins north of S.R. 200 in Marion County and ends south of C.R. 234 in Alachua County. Interchanges to be evaluated include S.R. 40, U.S. 27, Northwest 49th Street (planned), S.R. 326, C.R. 318 and C.R. 234.
Please check this website regularly for updates. Project documents, meeting announcements, and other important information will be uploaded as it becomes available.
To visit the adjacent I-75 Southern Study (FPID 443623-1) - 443623-1 I-75 (SR 93) from Turnpike (SR 91) to SR 200 (cflroads.com)
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