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I-10/I-95 Interchange Area Study

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Greg Evans, PE
District Two Secretary

1109 South Marion Avenue
Lake City, FL 32025

Tel: 800-749-2967
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Video The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) will begin in spring 2017 to construct operational improvements at the I-95 at I-10 interchange near downtown Jacksonville, from just east of McDuff Avenue to the I-95 interchange and I-95 from Forest Street to Palm Avenue, which includes the Fuller Warren Bridge.

The improvements will include restriping the travel lanes, reconfiguring several ramps, noise walls to reduce noise levels for businesses and residents along the corridor, building a new ramp for the Stockton Street exit, new signage, and building a shared-use path on the Fuller Warren Bridge to connect the Riverside and San Marco neighborhoods for pedestrians and cyclists.

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Study-At-A-Glance

District
Two (Northeast Florida)

Start Date
Spring 2017

Cost Estimate 
$126 million

Lengths and Limits
I-10 from McDuff Avenue (Exit 360) to the I-95 interchange and along
I-95 from the I-10 interchange to Hendricks Ave.

Project Manager
John Patterson