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I-95 Express LanesPhase 3A-1
This design-build project includes design and construction for converting the existing high occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes to managed lanes and widening that will result in two tolled express lanes in each direction. The number of existing general use and auxiliary lanes will remain the same. New auxiliary lanes will be added in the northbound and southbound directions between the Oakland Park Boulevard and Commercial Boulevard interchanges.
Access to the express lanes will be limited to designated ingress and egress locations — between Broward Boulevard and Sunrise Boulevard, between Sunrise Boulevard and Oakland Park Boulevard, and between Oakland Park Boulevard and Commercial Boulevard. The express lanes will implement congestion based toll pricing.
The facility will employ electronic toll collection (ETC) via the Florida Turnpike Enterprise’s (FTE) SunPass system.
Other project improvements include: milling, resurfacing, and overbuilding of approximately 6.5 miles existing I-95 travel lanes and shoulders; roadway widening; guardrail; barrier wall; attenuators; shoulder gutters; drainage; bridge widenings; temporary and permanent retaining walls; sound barrier walls; sign structures; portable traffic monitoring sites; tolling gantries, and associated infrastructure, including toll equipment buildings; Intelligent Transportation System (ITS); signing and pavement markings; managed lane markers; signalization; lighting; ramp (metering) signals for 12 interchanges from Hallandale Beach Boulevard to Commercial Boulevard; utility relocation; and landscaping.
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