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Full Closures on I-75 Southbound at Miramar Parkway Scheduled to Begin on Saturday, June 11

The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is scheduled to close all southboundlanes along I-75 at Miramar Parkway to demolish part of the existing Miramar Parkway bridge. In order to perform this work safely, traffic will be detoured during the following dates and times:

All lanes of I-75 southbound will be closed at Miramar Parkway from 11 p.m. Saturday, June 11 to 5 a.m. Monday, June 13.  Motorists will be detoured at Miramar Parkway West (Exit 7B), cross over Miramar Parkway at the top of the ramp and re-enter I-75 southbound using the Miramar Parkway on-ramp. Please follow the posted detour

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I-75 Southbound Traffic Shift Rescheduled to Tuesday, June 7

Beginning Tuesday night, June 7, the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is scheduled to shift southbound traffic towards the median on I-75 from south of the Snake Creek Canal to Miami Gardens Drive. This work will allow crews to construct the new direct connect bridges between 75 Express lanes and Florida’s Turnpike as well as southbound I-75 lanes. This configuration will remain until the end of the year.

Please note that this schedule may change due to inclement weather or other unexpected conditions.I75

I-75 Southbound Traffic Shift Scheduled to Begin on Monday, June 6

The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is scheduled to shift southbound traffic on I-75 from south of the Snake Creek Canal to Miami Gardens Drive to construct the new permanent lanes of southbound I-75 and direct connect bridges between the future 75 Express lanes and Florida’s Turnpike. Beginning Monday night, June 6, all southbound lanes of I-75 will be shifted to the median and will remain in this configuration until the end of the year.

Please note that this schedule may change due to inclement weather or other unexpected conditions.I 75 06032016

Miramar Parkway Interchange Construction Update

Phase 2 construction of Miramar Parkway is currently underway as crews continue work in the middle bridge section. This phase is anticipated to be completed this summer.

Phase 3 construction will begin in the next few months. As part of this final phase, westbound traffic will be shifted onto the newly constructed middle bridge section. Crews will then demolish the westbound section of the existing bridge and will begin construction of the final section of the new bridge.

The final configuration will include three through lanes in the westbound and eastbound direction. In addition, there will be triple turning lanes from eastbound Miramar Parkway to I-75 northbound. Motorists on westbound Miramar Parkway will have triple turning lanes to I-75 southbound as well. The Miramar Parkway interchange is anticipated to be completed in early 2017.unnamed unnamed_1

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Full Closures for 75 Express Sign Installation Scheduled to Continue Wednesday, May 11

The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is scheduled to close lanes in the I-75, I-595 and Sawgrass Expressway interchange overnight to install an overhead sign structure for the 75 Express project. In order to perform the work safely, traffic will be detoured during the following dates and times:

Full Closure on I-595 Westbound at I-75 Southbound
The ramp from I-595 westbound to southbound I-75 (to Miami) will be closed nightly from 10:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. on Wednesday, May 11 and Thursday, May 12. Motorists will be detoured to exit at Glades Parkway (Exit 22), go south on Glades Parkway, east on Royal Palm Boulevard and then take the entrance ramp to enter southbound I-75.

Full Closure on Sawgrass Expressway Southbound at I-595 Interchange
All southbound lanes of the Sawgrass Expressway at the I-595 interchange will be closed nightly from 10:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. on Wednesday, May 11 and Thursday, May 12. Motorists will be detoured to take the entrance ramp to northbound I-75 to Naples, exit Glades Parkway (Exit 22), go south on Glades Parkway, east on Royal Palm Boulevard and then take the entrance ramp to enter southbound I-75. *Please note the ramp from southbound Sawgrass Expressway to eastbound I-595 will remain open.

Full Closure on Southbound I-75 at I-595 Interchange
The ramp from southbound I-75 (from Naples) at the I-595 interchange will be closed nightly from10:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. on Wednesday, May 11 and Thursday, May 12. Motorists will be detoured to continue to eastbound I-595, exit on Flamingo Road (Exit 2), go east on SR 84, make a U-turn on Flamingo road, west on SR 84 to Weston Road, south on Weston Road to continue east on Royal Palm Boulevard and then take the entrance ramp to enter southbound I-75. 
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Full Closures on Florida’s Turnpike at I-75 Interchange Scheduled to Begin on Monday, May 2

The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is scheduled to close all lanes on Florida’s Turnpike at the I-75 interchange to pour the concrete deck for the new Express Lanes bridges over Florida’s Turnpike.  In order to perform this work safely, traffic will be detoured during the following dates and times:

All lanes of northbound Florida’s Turnpike at the I-75 interchange will be closed from 11 p.m.Monday, May 2 to 5 a.m. Tuesday, May 3. Motorists will be able to take the entrance ramp to northbound I-75 (Exit 39), exit at Miramar Parkway East (Exit 7A), continue east on Miramar Parkway to NW 57 Avenue / Red Road and turn south on NW 57 Avenue / Red Road to re-enter northbound Florida’s Turnpike. Please follow the posted detour.

All lanes of southbound Florida’s Turnpike at the I-75 interchange will be closed from 11 p.m.Thursday, May 5 to 5 a.m. Friday, May 6. Motorists will be able to take the exit ramp to NW 57th Avenue / Red Road (Exit 43), continue north on NW 57th Avenue / Red Road and turn west on Miramar Parkway to enter southbound I-75 and then take the entrance ramp to re-enter southbound Florida’s Turnpike (Exit 39). Please follow the posted detour.spa (1) spa (2)

Extended Lane Closure on Southbound I-75 Scheduled to Begin Wednesday, April 13

The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is scheduled to close one southbound lane along I-75 from south of Indian Trace to south of Royal Palm Boulevard to allow crews to build the connection from southbound I-75 to the future Express Lanes.  In order to perform this work safely, the inside lane (left lane) will be closed continuously beginning at 8 p.m. Wednesday, April 13 to Thursday, April 28.


Please note that this schedule may change due to inclement weather or other unexpected conditions.
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Full Closure on I-75 Northbound at Miramar Parkway Scheduled for Thursday, April 7

The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is scheduled to close all northbound lanes along I-75 at Miramar Parkway to allow crews to continue pouring concrete for the new Pembroke Road bridge deck.  In order to perform this work safely, traffic will be detoured during the following dates and times:

• All lanes of I-75 northbound at Miramar Parkway will be closed from 11 p.m. Thursday, April 7 to 6 a.m. Friday, April 8.  Motorists on I-75 northbound will exit at Miramar Parkway East (Exit 7A), continue east on Miramar Parkway to Flamingo Road, north on Flamingo Road to Pines Boulevard and west on Pines Boulevard to re-enter I-75 northbound. 


Please note that this schedule may change due to inclement weather or other unexpected conditions.
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