Crews start major improvements to the I-75 / Alico interchange this week. The $32 million project will add and extend ramps from Alico Road to north and southbound I-75, and add a new off ramp southbound. Florida Department of Transportation spokeswoman Debbie Tower says drivers should not experience too many delays because of the project.
“Drivers need to very much drive heads-up and be aware of the work around them, but we don’t anticipate any lane closures except at night.”
Tower says the project should be complete by the end of 2006. It coincides with the widening of Alico Road from Dusty Road to Three Oaks Parkway. That project, which began more than a year ago, should be complete by the end of September.
Tuesday, 26 July 2005 01:00