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Project Details
Work Type Repaving
Phase Construction
Limits From east of 50th Street to east of McIntosh Road
Project Start October 1, 2018
Length 11 miles
City
County
Road
Construction Cost $26.9 million
Estimated Completion Summer 2020
Contractor Ajax Paving Industries of Florida LLC
About

This project will repave I-4 between 50th Street and McIntosh Road in Hillsborough County. 

The project has been combined with design project 430335-1 to be built as a single construction project. This portion of the project will lengthen the I-75 ramps going onto eastbound I-4 to allow drivers more time and space to merge into the mainline travel lanes.

Construction began in October 2018 and is expected to be completed in the summer of 2020. 

The majority of work on this project will be done during overnight hours - lane closures will be scheduled between 8:30 p.m. and 5 a.m. for asphalt removal and paving.

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Contact Information
Construction Manager
Tyler Matthews
813-975-3560
Tyler.Matthews@dot.state.fl.us
Media Contact
John McShaffrey
813-975-6930
john.mcshaffrey@dot.state.fl.us
Lane Closures
  • Southbound I-75 ramp onto eastbound I-4 to be closed two nights

    Tampa -- The portion of the southbound I-75 Exit 261 ramp that goes onto eastbound I-4 is scheduled to be closed from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. Wednesday and Thursday (June 26 and 27) nights.

    DETOUR: Traffic will continue south on I-75 and use Exit 260. At the traffic signal, turn left onto SR 574 (Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard) and cross over I-75. Take the next left and enter northbound i-75 and then use Exit 261 to I-4. Stay right at the fork in the ramp to go to eastbound I-4.

  • I-4 from McIntosh Road (Exit 14) to US 301 (Exit 7)
    Westbound lane closures: Monday, June 17 through Thursday, June 20 from 8:30 p.m. to 5 a.m