Changes to Eastbound I-4 Rest Area in Seminole County Toolkit
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Eastbound I-4 Rest Area in Seminole County to Close to Motorists

As soon as February 18, 2020, car and trailer parking at this rest area will permanently close. The facility will be modified to a truck-only parking area. This is being done to accommodate a new stormwater pond for a new eastbound Interstate 4 (I-4) auxiliary lane. The truck parking area and facilities will remain open to truck drivers only.

The next rest areas are located on northbound Interstate 95, 3.5 miles north of the U.S. 1 interchange (Exit 298), and on southbound Interstate 95, 4.25 miles south of the County Road 5A/Deering Parkway interchange (Exit 231). There are multiple nearby I-4 interchanges at Lake Mary Boulevard, County Road 46A, and S.R. 46. Park and ride facilities are available at the Dirksen Drive interchange (Exit 108 to 295 Debary Ave.) and at the Saxon Boulevard interchange (Exit 111B west to 1299 Saxon Blvd., Orange City, FL 32763) for motorists to take a break from the road; however, there are no restroom facilities at these locations.

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The car and trailer parking area is being removed from the EB I-4 rest area 2 miles north of SR 434 in Longwood. Motorists may take a break at these interchanges: State Road 436 (Exit 92), Lake Mary Blvd (Exit 98), and S.R. 46 (Exit 101A). Learn more at
To accommodate the #I4Beyond EB I-4 auxiliary lane construction, car and trailer parking is being removed from the EB I-4 rest area located two miles north of SR 434 in Longwood, resulting in a truck-only parking area. For more information, visit
For your safety, remember that the EB I-4 rest area two miles north of SR 434 in Longwood is now a truck-only parking facility. Motorists looking for a break may stop at multiple nearby interchanges, including Exit 92, Exit 98 and Exit 101A. Learn more at


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