Motorists can sign up to receive advance construction alerts for work occurring at the Interstate 4 (I-4) and Saxon Boulevard interchange.
Crews in Deltona are working overnight at the interchange. The Florida Department of Transportation improvement project is focused on improving traffic flow at the eastbound I-4 exit to Saxon Boulevard (Exit 111A). Crews will realign the exit ramp, add a traffic signal at the end of the ramp, and add a third lane on eastbound Saxon Boulevard between the ramp and the intersection of Finland Drive. Approximately 4 miles of I-4 is being milled and resurfaced from west of Saxon Boulevard to east of State Road (S.R.) 472.
Single and double lane closures are required to complete this work. The closures typically occur on eastbound and westbound I-4 between S.R. 472/Howland Boulevard and Cassadaga Road and on Saxon Boulevard between I-4 and Apache Circle.
The I-4 Advanced Construction Alert System offers advance notifications about these nightly closures sent directly to your inbox or cellphone.
Sign up for advance construction alerts by entering your contact information on i4beyond.com. When signing up, use the “Alert Locations” dropdown menu to select either “In a Construction Area” or “Around an Interchange.” “In a Construction Area” click the box next to “I-4 Beyond North” and leave all remaining boxes unchecked if you’re only interested in Saxon Area alerts. Under “Around an Interchange” choose “I-4/Saxon.”
Prior to receiving text messages, users are required to opt-in by replying “YES” to the introductory message. Standard messaging and data rates may apply. Messaging frequency varies based on preferences.