OWNER: Florida Department of Transportation
VALUE: $ 102 million
ENGINEER: Target Engineering Group, LLC

The project includes converting the existing High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lanes to High Occupancy Toll (HOT) lanes, as  well as one lane widening each direction, resulting in two  tolled express lanes in each direction. The number of existing General Use and Auxiliary Lanes will remain the same. Access to the Express Lanes will be limited to designated Entry and Exit Point locations: between Hillsboro Blvd. and Palmetto Park Road. The Express Lanes will implement congestion based toll pricing. The facility will employ Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) via the Florida Turnpike Enterprise (FTE) Sunpass system.  Other project improvements include: reconstruction of the I-95 mainline bridges over the Hillsboro Canal, milling and resurfacing, and overbuilding of the I-95 general use lanes; guardrail; barrier wall; attenuators; shoulder gutters; drainage; bridge widening; temporary and permanent retaining walls; noise walls; sign structures; traffic monitoring sites; tolling gantries and associated infrastructure including equipment buildings; Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS); signing and pavement markings; Express Lanes Delineators; signalization; lighting; ramp (metering) signals; utility relocation; landscaping; and any additional items required to provide a complete highway system in accordance with all standard Department policies,   procedures and guidelines.