I-95 at the Northlake Boulevard Interchange
Project Development and Environment (PD&E) Study
District Four Secretary
3400 W Commercial Blvd
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309
The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), District Four, is conducting a Project Development & Environment (PD&E) Study along SR 9 (I-95) from approximately 0.5 miles north and south of Northlake Boulevard and Northlake Boulevard from Military Trail to Sunrise Drive/Sandtree Drive in Palm Beach County, Florida. This study is being conducted to evaluate proposed interchange improvements at I-95 and Northlake Boulevard and to provide information necessary for FDOT to reach a decision on the type, design and location of the improvements. This interchange improvement is one of 17 being studied as part of the I-95 Interchange Master Plan. This plan will reexamine 1) the 2003 I-95 Interchange Master Plan Study and 2) the SR 9 (I-95) mainline project, which added a High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lane and auxiliary lanes from south of Linton Boulevard to north of PGA Boulevard in Palm Beach County and included minor improvements to eight interchanges. Overall, the I-95 Interchange Master Plan will recommend new short-term and long-term improvements to interchanges based on changes in traffic volumes and updated design standards.
Click on the various pages of this website for information about the PD&E study process, future public involvement meetings, the project schedule, and information on how to contact FDOT's project manager.
Estimated Completion Date
The study limits for this project are along I-95 from approximately 0.5 miles north and south of Northlake Boulevard and along Northlake Boulevard from Military Trail to Sunrise Drive in Palm Beach County, Florida.
Stanley Consultants, Inc.
FDOT Project Manager
Scott Thurman, P.E.