The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) has initiated a Project Development and Environment (PD&E) Study along SR 9/I-95 from SW 10th Street to Hillsboro Boulevard. The purpose of the project is to eliminate various existing operational and safety deficiencies along I-95 between and including the interchanges at SW 10th Street and Hillsboro Boulevard, and also on SW 10th Street and Hillsboro Boulevard in the vicinity of I-95.


The primary need for the project is based on capacity/operational and safety issues, with secondary considerations for the needs of evacuation and emergency services, transportation demand, system linkage, modal interrelationships, and social demands and economic development. As part of the state’s Strategic Intermodal System (SIS) and the National Highway System (NHS), I-95 is a critical asset for moving people and goods and provides limited access connectivity to other major arterials such as I-595 and Florida's Turnpike.



Click Here to view the Draft Environmental and Engineering Documents

Click Here to view the Public Hearing Flyer

Click Here to go to the Public Hearing Exhibit Room

Click Here to view the proposed work program funding and the different construction projects


The Webinar Exhibit Room provides exhibits for a wide range of topics for the SW 10th Street and I-95 PD&E Studies. The Exhibit Room has tabs of the left side of the web page with the topics available. You can click through each tab, or use the arrows of the sides to navigate through the information. The Webinar Materials tab includes a PDF of the recent webinar presentation slides, the question and answer slides, and a question and answer matrix.

Click Here to View the Webinar Exhibits (Exhibit Room)

Click Here to view the latest Project Update Flyer

Study At-A-Glance

SR9 Homepage Map


Start Date
June 2016

Study Estimated Completion Date
Spring 2020

Estimated Construction Cost

Lengths and Limits
From SW 10th Street to Hillsboro Boulevard


Project Manager
Robert E. Bostian, Jr. P.E.
Toll Free 866-336-8435, ext 4427
or email: Robert.bostian@dot.state.fl.us