Keeping Up With I-4

Posted on: February 27, 2020
I-4 Ultimate / Motor Vehicle Accident Attorneys / Oviedo Sanford Lawyers / Beers and Gordon P.A.Anyone driving the interstate between Tampa and Daytona lately has to admit the often unclear path of the concrete along the I-4 Ultimate Project in Central Florida. More confusing, however, and often more dangerous even, is the constant shift of new exits, the realization that your turnoff is now a mile earlier than it was the day before, that the rules of the road just changed and everyone in the other lanes needs to let you in, quickly. Amidst all this seeming chaos, one truth is unavoidably disarming to our sense of outrage, the fact that the I-4 Ultimate Project does, in fact, host a website in which announcements are made, as frequently as necessary, about every serious change to ramps and turns and closures. For example, on Friday, the I-4 Ultimate Project announced that the exit ramp for Orange Blossom Trail would be shifting as early as Sunday, March 1.

Your best strategy for avoiding that added note of frustration, should you need to drive on I-4, is to check the website before you go. With construction goals always in flux, it certainly can’t hurt.

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