About the Project

State Road 9/I-95 at Central Boulevard Project / About the Project

About the Project

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The project is located in Palm Beach County and extends through the City of Palm Beach Gardens. The project involves a new diamond interchange at I-95 and Central Boulevard, including new Collector-Distributor roadways between Military Trail and Donald Ross Road as well as improvements to Central Boulevard. Mainline I-95 roadway improvements, extending for approximately 3 miles, will consist of pavement resurfacing and widening. The existing Central Boulevard bridge spanning I-95 will be widened on both sides and will include two 11‐foot wide through lanes, two 11‐foot wide left turn lanes, a 7-foot wide buffered bicycle lane, and a 10‐foot wide sidewalk in each direction. Proposed improvements also include drainage, retaining walls, noise walls, signing, pavement markings, signalization, lighting, and intelligent transportation systems (ITS) infrastructure. Right of way acquisition is required along I-95 and Central Boulevard to construct the proposed project improvements.

Project Purpose

The purpose of the project is to optimize mobility, improve traffic operations, increase level of service, enhance public safety, and relieve traffic congestion at the existing I-95/PGA Boulevard Interchange.