I-95 and Oslo Road Interchange Design Project
The PD&E study for this project, which determined the design concept, was approved and completed in 2016. The project is currently in the right-of-way phase in which the Department will acquire the right-of-way needed for the project. The project is also in the final design phase where the design concept that was approved during the PD&E is being refined and finalized. The concept has not changed in any significant way from the concept that was approved during the PD&E. Construction is currently not funded for the project. Public meetings and hearings will be held when the project becomes funded for construction, in order to update the public on the project and let them know when they can expect construction to begin, provide details of the construction pans and when the project would be completed.
The purpose of the proposed improvements for a new interchange at the junction of Oslo Road/ County Road 606 and I-95/SR-9 is to provide additional capacity to accommodate future traffic needs. Location Design Concept Approval (LDCA) and the Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) were approved by the Federal Highway Administration on May 2016. The proposed interchange will provide improved incident response time along I-95, improve regional connectivity and travel time for area travelers, provide an additional evacuation route for area residents, complement and facilitate the County’s planned vision for this area, and provide roadway improvements that are compatible with adjacent planning and construction projects.
Est. Completion Date
Fiscal Year 2028
Preliminary Cost Estimate
Lengths and Limits
I-95: 1/2 mile north and south of Oslo Road
Oslo Road: 1/2 mile west and east of I-95
82 Avenue: 1 mile north of Oslo Road
Anson Sonnett, PE