ChampionsGate is one of the fastest-growing communities in Central Florida, and the interchange at Champions Gate Boulevard (County Road 532) serves as a gateway to the ChampionsGate Golf Club and several resort hotels. The interchange at County Road (C.R. 532) and Interstate 4 (I-4) is being reimagined as a diverging diamond configuration and new ramp configurations are designed to improve ease of entering and exiting I-4.
The project aims to improve safety and mobility for motorists who use the interchange by reducing conflict points and traffic signals, while improving traffic flow. The eastbound and westbound I-4 entrance and exit ramps will feature multiple lanes. A directional median will eliminate left turns from Goodman Road to C.R. 532 to improve safety and operations, reduce traffic signal phasing, and prevent backups at the interchange. Motorists will still be able to turn right onto C.R. 532.
In addition, new eastbound and westbound auxiliary lanes — one in each direction — are planned between the ramps of State Road (S.R.) 429 and C.R. 532. An additional auxiliary lane will be constructed on northbound S.R. 429, continuing from I-4 to Sinclair Road. S.R. 429 will also be milled and resurfaced between I-4 and Sinclair Road and I-4 will undergo milling and resurfacing from the Polk-Osceola county line to west of S.R. 417.