Project Description

This project proposes improvements to the I-95 partial cloverleaf interchanges at SW 10th Street and Hillsboro Boulevard and along I-95 from just south of the SW 10th Street interchange to just north of the Hillsboro Boulevard interchange (a distance of approximately 1.8 miles not including the length of the ramps). The project also proposes improvements along both SW 10th Street and Hillsboro Boulevard in the vicinity of I-95. The logical termini along SW 10th Street extends from just west of Military Trail east to SW Natura Boulevard, a distance of approximately 0.95 miles. Along Hillsboro Boulevard the improvements extend for approximately 0.97 miles from Goolsby Boulevard east to SW Natura Boulevard.

This project will provide two express lanes in each direction on I-95 mainline between SW 10th Street and Hillsboro Boulevard and will evaluate potential modifications to the existing merge and diverge ramp areas at the SW 10th Street and Hillsboro Boulevard interchanges. Alternatives will also be developed at SW 10th Street to provide direct connect ramps to the I-95 Express lanes consistent with the adjacent SW 10th Street PD&E Study and the I-95 Phase 3b project. Replacement of the existing SW 10th Street bridge over I-95, and the provision of a grade separation at SW 10th Street and South Military Trail; and at the existing at-grade CSX Railroad crossing at Hillsboro Boulevard located 1900 feet west of the existing interchange will also be considered.

Project At-A-Glance

SR9 Aerial Map

Project Title
SR 9 / I-95 PD&E Study


Start Date
June 2016

Study Estimated Completion Date
Spring 2020

Estimated Construction Cost

Lengths and Limits
From SW 10th Street to Hillsboro Boulevard


Design Project Manager
Robert E. Bostian, Jr. P.E.
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