Another piece of the $126 million I-10/I-95 interchange project is being opened up to motorists.
Tuesday night, Nov. 17, the Florida Department of Transportation is opening the new I-95 south to Stockton Street exit ramp and reopening the I-95 south to I-10 west exit ramp (exit 351A).
Here’s what it means for drivers who travel in the area of the two merging interstates:
- Drivers on I-95 south who wish to connect with Stockton Street will take the first I-10 west exit (352D) and then take exit 351C to connect with Stockton Street. See orange route on map.
- Drivers on I-95 south who wish to connect with Roosevelt Boulevard (U.S. 17) will take the second I-10 west exit (351A) and keep left to connect with Roosevelt Boulevard. See blue route on map.
- Drivers on I-95 south who wish to connect with I-10 west may take either exit 352D or 351A. See green and blue routes on map.
The interchange project is scheduled to be completed in the spring.