The 75 Express Lanes project extends 15 miles along I-75 from NW 170 Street, in Miami-Dade County, to I-595, in Broward County. Work will be completed in four segments.
Construction began early 2014 and is scheduled to be completed by Winter 2018/2019. The total project is estimated to cost $485 million.
About the Project
The Project features a new 4-lane tolled managed lanes facility in the existing I-75 median. Key project components include:
- Express lanes direct connections to I-595 Express, Palmetto Express, and the Florida’s Turnpike (HEFT)
- Ingress and egress ramps to enter and exit the express lanes at various locations throughout the corridor
- Integrated ITS (Intelligent Transportation System)/Tolling systems
- Sound barrier walls (where warranted per the PD&E Noise Study)
- Emergency response provisions
This project will complete another section of the South Florida managed lanes network for all motorists and will improve mobility, relieve congestion, provide additional travel options and accommodate future growth in the area.
FDOT conducted a Project Development and Environment (PD&E) Study, as well as pre-construction outreach during the planning phases of the 75 Express project. The purpose of the Study and outreach was to plan for projects to relieve existing and future congestion by providing additional capacity, and transportation modes, along the existing I-75 corridor.
The study consisted of a series of public involvement activities, community workshops, and public meetings regarding the use of the lanes and additional improvements to the area.
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FDOT is committed to keeping the public informed during the construction process. This site will be updated with real-time information posted daily. The Public Information Officer will also be on call 24 hours a day 7 days a week for any inquiries.
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