This CFX signature project will improve safety and traffic flow around the north entrance to the Orlando International Airport (OIA). On average, more than 50,000 vehicles a day access OIA through this interchange.
The project will addan additional travel lane in each direction of SR 528 (Beach line Expressway)between Conway Road and Goldenrod Road to ease congestion at this busy interchange.
The construction of seven new fly-over bridges at the SR 528/SR 436 interchange will provide smoother, uninterrupted access between SR 528 and SR 436 (Semoran Boulevard). This includes transforming the existing loop ramps(from southbound SR 436 to eastbound SR 528 and from northbound SR 436 to SR 528) intosemi-directional flyovers.
Other improvements include enhanced aesthetics such as tiered planter walls, updated signage and lighting. CFX’s signature sustainable landscape design featuring native plants with bold, staggered tree canopies will provide a welcoming gateway to Central Florida for the nearly 50-million visitors coming through Orlando International Airport.
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