SR 9 / I-95 PD&E Study


The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) District Four is performing a Project Development and Environment (PD&E) Study for Interstate 95 (I-95) from south of Hallandale Beach Boulevard (SR 858) to north of Hollywood Boulevard (SR 820), a distance of approximately three miles. The objective of this PD&E Study is to evaluate interchange improvements to increase interchange and ramp terminals intersection capacity at Hallandale Beach Boulevard, Pembroke Road and Hollywood Boulevard.

The primary purpose of this project is to add interchange capacity to meet future transportation demand, improve travel time reliability and to provide long-term mobility options. The project also includes operational, intersection capacity and safety enhancements. I-95 is part of the National Highway System and is designated as a Strategic Intermodal System facility. The Strategic Intermodal System is a statewide network of Florida’s transportation facilities that are regionally significant to the state to move people, goods and services. I-95, Hallandale Beach Boulevard, Pembroke Road and Hollywood Boulevard serve as part of the emergency evacuation route network designated by the Florida Division of Emergency Management.


Study At-A-Glance



Start Date
September 2016

Study Estimated Completion Date
January 2022

Estimated Construction Cost
$285 Million

Lengths and Limits
Three miles from south of Hallandale Beach Boulevard to north of Hollywood Boulevard

The Corradino Group

PD&E Study Project Manager
Kenzot Jasmin, PE
954-777-4462 or email:




District Office
Gerry O'Reilly
District Four Secretary

3400 W. Commercial Blvd.
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309

Tel: 954-486-1400
Fax: 954-777-4197
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