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District Four Secretary
3400 W Commercial Blvd.
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309
The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) District Four is preparing a Multimodal Master Plan for a 71-mile portion of the I-95/SR-9 Corridor from the Palm Beach/Martin County line to the Indian River/Brevard County line, Florida. I-95 is a Strategic Intermodal System (SIS) highway facility, the high priority network of transportation facilities important to the state's economic competitiveness. The SIS was established by the State Legislature in 2003 to focus the state's transportation resources on the facilities most significant for interregional, interstate, and international travel. The project area also includes 62 key intersecting roadways in Indian River, St. Lucie and Martin Counties.
The preparation of a Multimodal Master Plan is an integral part of the continuing process for the development of the SIS and in reaching overall regional mobility goals. The plan will identify short-term and long-term capacity and operational improvements necessary to make the corridor compliant with SIS standards. It will also make recommendations for actions to be taken by the FDOT and local governments to protect and enhance the corridor through the year 2045.
The development of the plan will be a collaborative effort involving FDOT, the local Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs), Transportation Planning Organizations (TPOs) and other local, regional and state agencies along the corridor. The cooperative development of the plan will ensure consistency with all local and regional transportation plans.
About the Project
Documents & Publications
FDOT District 4
Est. Completion Date
The project limits extend from the Palm Beach/Martin County line to the Indian River/Brevard County line, Florida. The project length is approximately 71 miles.
FDOT Project Manager
Dr. Min-Tang Li, P.E.
Florida Department of Transportation
Safety, Mobility, Reliability