|1||2.7 miles of I-4 from east of State Road (S.R.) 434 to west of Lake Mary Boulevard, milling and resurfacing anticipated to be completed in 2021. (FPID No.: 439682-3)|
|2||2.9 miles of eastbound I-4 from west of Lake Mary Boulevard to west of County Road (C.R.) 46A, milling and resurfacing completed in spring 2020. (FPID No.: 439682-2)|
|3||2 miles of I-4 from west of C.R. 46A to S.R. 46 is part of Wekiva Parkway Section 8 project and is anticipated to be completed in 2022. (FPID No.: 240200-4)|
|4||1.8 miles of eastbound I-4 from S.R. 46 to east of U.S. 17-92, milling and resurfacing completed in spring 2020. (FPID No.: 439682-5)|
|5||4.9 miles of westbound I-4 from west of Lake Mary Boulevard to east of U.S. 17‑92 (excluding 2-mile section between C.R. 46A and S.R. 46 for Wekiva Parkway), milling and resurfacing completed in 2021. (FPID No.: 439682-1)|
|6||5.4 miles of I-4 from the St. Johns River bridge to east of Enterprise Road, milling and resurfacing completed in 2017. (FPID No.: 432455-1)|
|7||4.7 miles of I-4 from west of Saxon Boulevard to east of S.R. 472, milling and resurfacing completed in 2018. (FPID No.: 438038-1)|
|8||4.8 miles of I-4 from east of S.R. 472 to S.R. 44 is scheduled for milling and resurfacing in 2021. (FPID No.: 434411-1)|
|9||13.7 miles of I-4 from S.R. 44 to I-95, reconstruction and widening with concrete pavement completed in 2017. (FPID No.: 408464-1)|
Listed above are the recent and upcoming resurfacing projects on Interstate 4, north of the I-4 Ultimate project. View or download a handout that outlines all the recent milling and resurfacing projects on I-4 in Osceola, Orange, Seminole and Volusia counties.
The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) completed the milling and resurfacing of westbound Interstate 4 (I-4) through much of Seminole County this month.
Motorists will enjoy driving on freshly paved westbound I-4 travel lanes from U.S. 17-92 to State Road (S.R.) 46 and from County Road (C.R.) 46A to Lake Mary Boulevard, along with the interchange ramps at Lake Mary Boulevard, C.R. 46A, S.R. 46, and U.S. 17-92. The milling and resurfacing project began in summer 2020.
Crews spent the last few weeks finishing the repaving project, as warmer spring weather allowed the construction team to add the final layer and finishing touches to the new I-4 pavement. When paving, it is important the hot mix asphalt pavement does not cool too quickly. Crews monitor the ground and ambient temperatures to ensure it is at least 40 degrees and rising.
The milling and resurfacing of the eastbound I-4 travel lanes and interchange ramps was completed in summer 2020, meaning motorists will be able to travel through much of Seminole County on a completely repaved I-4 in both directions.
Both directions of I-4 between C.R. 46A and S.R. 46 will be repaved as part of the Wekiva Parkway Section 8 extension, which began construction in fall 2019.
To keep the ride on I-4 smooth, periodic milling and resurfacing of the asphalt is important to make repairs that can lengthen the lifespan of the road. Resurfacing is necessary when the asphalt surface has reached the end of its service life or if other methods of restoration cannot repair the roadway. A new asphalt surface will improve driving conditions as well as the aesthetics of the roadway.
Two new I-4 milling and resurfacing projects are scheduled to begin later this year at:
- West of Orange Camp Road (C.R. 4139) to S.R. 44; and
- From the Polk-Osceola county line to west of S.R. 417.
View or download a handout that outlines all the recent milling and resurfacing projects on I-4.