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75 Express Lanes Corridor-Wide Construction From NW 170 Street to I-595 Presentation to FDOT Materials Lab Tuesday, August 19, 2014.

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1 75 Express Lanes Corridor-Wide Construction From NW 170 Street to I-595 Presentation to FDOT Materials Lab Tuesday, August 19, 2014

2 Project Team I-75 Express – Corridor-wide Paul Lampley, P.E. – FDOT Construction Program Manager Antonio Castro, P.E. – FDOT Construction Project Manager Robert Bostian, P.E. – FDOT Design Program Manager Vanita Saini, P.E. – FDOT Design Project Manager Raj Rangaswamy, P.E. – CEI Senior Project Engineer, Target Engineering Group Aurelio Matos, P.E. – CEI Senior Project Engineer, CH Perez & Associates Scott Gombar, P.E. – CEI Senior Project Engineer, Eisman Russo Jeremy Grady, P.E. – CEI Bridge Project Administrator, Corradino Group Amanda Carballo – Construction Public Information Officer Christopher Lewis, P.E. – Corridor-wide Geo-technical Engineer (FGE)

3 State Road (SR) 826 from W. Flagler Street to I-75 and I-75 from SR 826 to I-595 (Total 28 miles) D4 Segment : I-75 from NW 170 Street to I-595 (15 miles) D6 Segment: SR 826 from W Flagler Street to NW 154 Street and I-75 from SR 826 to NW 170 Street (13 miles) Project Limits

4 Regional Managed Lanes Network I-75 Express – Corridor-wide

5 Project Overview Project Location Segment E – North of Griffin Road to I-595 (4.7 miles) Segment D - South of Sheridan Street to North of Griffin Road (3.7 miles) Segment C - South of Miramar Parkway to South of Sheridan Street (3.6 miles) Segments A & B – NW 170 Street to South of Miramar Parkway (3 miles) I-75 Express – Corridor-wide

6 Scope of Work Constructing Express Lanes in the existing I-75 median Constructing ingress and egress points throughout the corridor Constructing direct connections to 595 Express, Palmetto Express and Florida’s Turnpike (HEFT) Reconstructing the interchanges at Sheridan Street, Miramar Parkway, Miami Gardens Drive and the HEFT Constructing sound barrier walls at various locations Installing additional traffic cameras, dynamic message signs and toll gantries Adding new signals, signage, lighting and landscaping I-75 Express – Corridor-wide

7 Projected Express Lane Openings Partial Corridor Opening in Spring 2017 Full Corridor Opening in Summer 2017 Construction Completion in Late 2018 ITS Integration Completion in Summer 2019 Construction Schedule I-75 Express – Corridor-wide

8 75 Express Lanes Typical Section Express Lanes – Centered in existing I-75 median Separated from the General Purpose Lanes – Two northbound and two southbound lanes Separated by concrete barrier wall – Full width paved shoulders I-75 Express – Corridor-wide

9 Express Lanes Ingress & Egress Ramps NOT TO SCALE I-75 Mainline Visit the Access Points page to view all of the Ingress and Egress ramps I-75 Express – Corridor-wide

10 Segment E Overview From North of Griffin Road to I-595 Construction start date: March 2014 Estimated construction completion date: Summer 2017 Construction cost: $75 million CEI: Target Engineering Group, Inc. Design-Build Team: Dragados USA/Parsons Brinckerhoff I-75 Express – Corridor-wide

11 Major Work Elements 2 Bridges 2,300 Bridge Length 650,000 Cubic Yards of Embankment 29,000 Length of Drainage 31,000 Tons of Asphalt Contractors Quality Control Firm: Terracon

12 Proposed Plan View of R3 Ramp I-75 Express – Corridor-wide

13 Proposed Connection Bridge to 595 Express Lanes Direct connect from 75 Express Lanes to 595 Express Lanes Temporary ramp closures and detours will be scheduled I-75 Express – Corridor-wide

14 Segment D Overview From of South of Sheridan Street to North of Griffin Road Construction start date: September 2014 Estimated construction completion date: Summer 2018 Construction cost: $80 million CEI: Target Engineering Group, Inc. Design-Build Team: Ranger Construction/Wantman Group I-75 Express – Corridor-wide

15 Major Work Elements 2 Bridges 540 Bridge Length 982,600 Cubic Yards of Embankment 25,000 Length of Drainage 55,400 Tons of Asphalt Contractors Quality Control Firm: Tierra South Florida

16 Scope of Work: New Express Lane bridge New Improvement Features C-11 Canal Bridge I-75 Express – Corridor-wide

17 Sheridan Street Interchange I-75 Express – Corridor-wide

18 Scope of Work: Constructing ponds at the interchange Widening the Sheridan Street bridge to the north and replacing the existing bridge deck Installing additional signalized turn lanes Installing new sidewalk on the bridge Upgrading signage, lighting, landscaping and signals New Improvement Features Sheridan Street Interchange I-75 Express – Corridor-wide

19 Segment C Overview From South of Miramar Parkway to South of Sheridan Street Construction start date: June 2014 Estimated construction completion date: Summer 2018 Construction cost: $85 million CEI: A&P Consulting Transportation Engineers Design-Build Team: Ranger Construction/Wantman Group I-75 Express – Corridor-wide

20 Major Work Elements 2 Bridges 910 Bridge Length 858,900 Cubic Yards of Embankment 39,000 Length of Drainage 55,000 Tons of Asphalt Contractors Quality Control Firm: Tierra South Florida

21 Miramar Parkway Interchange I-75 Express – Corridor-wide

22 Scope of Work: Reconstructing a new bridge to accommodate the new I-75 Express Lanes (60 feet longer and 36 feet wider) Reconstructing the interchange ramps at Miramar Parkway Installing additional signalized turn lanes Installing new sidewalk on the south side of the bridge Signage, lighting and signal upgrades Miramar Parkway Interchange New Improvement Features I-75 Express – Corridor-wide

23 Miramar Parkway Interchange Existing Interchange Features New Improvement Features Extended left turn lanes for maximum capacityTriple-left turn lanes (WB to SB)Dual-left turn lanes (EB to NB) New sidewalk on both sides New signalized ramps Dual-left turn lanes (WB to SB) Dual-left turn lanes (EB to NB) Option for future triple-left turn lanes Sidewalk on north side only New sidewalk on both sides Existing left turn lanes I-75 Express – Corridor-wide

24 Pembroke Road Bridge I-75 Express – Corridor-wide

25 Collaborative effort between Broward County & FDOT – Broward County will construct bridge approaches – FDOT will construct the bridge over I-75 Broward County began bridge approaches – June 2014 FDOT to start bridge construction – September 2014 Broward County to complete overpass – Final paving, signing, striping, and lighting Anticipated opening by Broward County – late 2016 Pembroke Road Bridge Scope of Work & Schedule I-75 Express – Corridor-wide

26 Pembroke Road Bridge Four-lane divided bridge with inside and outside shoulders Bike lanes and sidewalks on both sides Lighting on the south side of the bridge Bridge Features I-75 Express – Corridor-wide

27 Segments A & B Overview From NW 170 Street (Miami-Dade County) to South of Miramar Parkway Estimated construction start date: Late 2014 Estimated construction completion date: Spring 2019 Construction cost: $234 million CEI: The Corradino Group Design-Build Team: Community Asphalt/Wantman Group I-75 Express – Corridor-wide

28 Major Work Elements 14 Bridges 6,880 Bridge Length 2.0million Cubic Yards of Embankment 60,000 Tons of Asphalt Contractors Quality Control Firm: Construction Testing Inspection (CTI)

29 Proposed I-75/HEFT Interchange I-75 Express – Corridor-wide

30 Proposed I-75/HEFT Interchange I-75 Express – Corridor-wide Miami Gardens Drive Ramp H-5 Ramp H-12 HEFT Ramp H-10 and H-11 Ramp H-13 Ramp H-7

31 Proposed I-75/HEFT Interchange I-75 Express – Corridor-wide Snake Creek Road Ramp H-4 Bass Creek Road

32 Scope of Work: Modifying the existing bridges to accommodate the new I-75 Express Lanes and the new ramps Reconstructing the interchange ramps Signage, lighting and signal upgrades Miami Gardens Drive Interchange New Improvement Features I-75 Express – Corridor-wide

33 Sound Barrier Walls Ground Mounted Sound Barrier Walls To be completed within the first half of the Segment contract Direct coordination with affected communities Hours of operation – Daytime work only – No weekend work I-75 Express – Corridor-wide

34 Sound Barrier Wall Location Segment E Benefited communities Highland Ranch Estates New River Estates Woodgate Condos Vista Filare Royal Palm Forest Oak I-75 Express – Corridor-wide

35 Sound Barrier Wall Location Segment D Benefited communities Sheridan Glen The Crossbow Waverly Hundred Falcon’s Lea Waterford Hawkes Bluff Ivanhoe Estates Chelsea I-75 Express – Corridor-wide

36 Sound Barrier Wall Location Benefited communities Windsor at Miramar Villas at Nautica Cobblestone Townhomes Towngate Segment C I-75 Express – Corridor-wide

37 Sound Barrier Wall Location Benefited communities Royal Landings West Lakes Estates Century Gardens Lakes on the Green Marbella Park West Riviera Isles Huntington Courtyards at Nautica Segments A & B I-75 Express – Corridor-wide

38 Stay Informed Sign up for Construction Updates and Lane Closure Information: Project Public Information Officer Amanda Carballo (954) For more information on lane closures and other project details, log onto the FDOT Construction website at I-75 Express – Corridor-wide

39 We welcome your comments and questions. I-75 Express – Corridor-wide


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