The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) initiated a Project Development and Environment (PD&E) Study What is a PD&E Study? in January 2012 to evaluate improvements to the Interstate 95 (I-95) corridor from Stirling Road to Oakland Park Boulevard in Broward County (see Project Limits).
Within southeast Florida, I-95 is a vital north-south transportation corridor providing important regional access to major east/west and north/south transportation corridors, as well as residential and employment activity centers and other regional destinations in the area. I-95 is designated as part of Florida’s Strategic Intermodal System (SIS) (What is the SIS?).
The primary purpose of this project is to enhance operational capacity and relieve congestion along the I-95 corridor. The study will evaluate the addition of express lanes in the median of I-95 with opportunities to accommodate regional express buses servicing major South Florida destinations.
Within this website, you can learn about the study, check on the project schedule, and find out how to get involved. Please visit the Public Involvement page to find study newsletters, information on public meetings and how to submit your comments or questions.