E.E. Williamson Road Bridge Completed

The reconstruction of the E.E. Williamson Road bridge over Interstate 4 (I-4) has been completed.

Work began in September 2019 to lengthen and widen the E.E. Williamson Road overpass to make room for the wider I-4 footprint below.

Crews working on the bridge have also been constructing a new auxiliary lane on eastbound I-4 from the end of the I-4 Ultimate project to Lake Mary Boulevard, as well as milling and resurfacing the I-4 mainline in both directions beneath the overpass.

The new E.E. Williamson Road overpass now includes:

  • 12-foot-wide traffic lanes in both directions;
  • 6-foot-wide bicycle lanes on the outside of both traffic lanes;
  • A 6-foot-wide sidewalk on the south side;
  • A 10-foot-wide trail on the north side, which will improve access to the Seminole Wekiva Trail; and
  • A raised median separating the eastbound and westbound travel lanes.

Construction continues on the eastbound I-4 auxiliary lane and milling and resurfacing of both directions of I-4 under E.E. Williamson Road.

Motorists should expect periodic, nighttime lane closures on I-4 during construction.

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Work is complete on the new E.E. Williamson Road overpass.