Project/Construction Update

For more information about 95 Express Phase 3, Click Here.

Construction on the Phase 2 of 95 Express began in November 2011, will last until summer 2015, and will cost an estimated $120 million. 95 Express Phase 2 will extend the existing express lanes north from the Golden Glades Interchange, in Miami-Dade County, to Broward Boulevard, in Broward County, by converting the existing High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lanes into two express lanes in each direction. Other work includes: installing Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) components; modifying the Ives Dairy Road interchange; bridge widening at specific locations; and installing new noise walls at locations between Hollywood Boulevard and Taft Street.

PROJECT UPDATE -   May 2015

Drivers should plan ahead and pay close attention to changes in the traffic lanes as a result of on-going paving and roadway striping throughout the project limits.

  • Final paving along northbound I-95 in Miami-Dade County was completed in March. Final pavement markings will be placed along northbound I-95 in Miami-Dade County over the next few weeks and plastic poles, which separate the express lanes from the general purpose lanes, will be installed in Mid May.
  • Final paving along southbound I-95 in Miami-Dade County began will conntinue for the next few weeks.  Plastic Poles along southbound I-95 in Miami-Dade County will be installed in late May.  
  • Paving along northbound and southbound I-95 in Broward County began in late March and will continue for several months.
  • Other work underway includes: installation of overhead and roadside signs;  completion of widening along I-95 throughout the project area; installation of Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) equipment and tolling equipment; completion of all bridge widening; installation of a new sound barrier along northbound I-95 north of Hollywood Boulevard.  

For details about current traffic conditions please go to: www.fl511.com


Project/Construction Update

For more information about 95 Express Phase 3, Click Here.

Construction on the Phase 2 of 95 Express began in November 2011, will last until summer 2015, and will cost an estimated $120 million. 95 Express Phase 2 will extend the existing express lanes north from the Golden Glades Interchange, in Miami-Dade County, to Broward Boulevard, in Broward County, by converting the existing High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lanes into two express lanes in each direction. Other work includes: installing Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) components; modifying the Ives Dairy Road interchange; bridge widening at specific locations; and installing new noise walls at locations between Hollywood Boulevard and Taft Street.

PROJECT UPDATE -   May 2015

Drivers should plan ahead and pay close attention to changes in the traffic lanes as a result of on-going paving and roadway striping throughout the project limits.

  • Final paving along northbound I-95 in Miami-Dade County was completed in March. Final pavement markings will be placed along northbound I-95 in Miami-Dade County over the next few weeks and plastic poles, which separate the express lanes from the general purpose lanes, will be installed in Mid May.
  • Final paving along southbound I-95 in Miami-Dade County began will conntinue for the next few weeks.  Plastic Poles along southbound I-95 in Miami-Dade County will be installed in late May.  
  • Paving along northbound and southbound I-95 in Broward County began in late March and will continue for several months.
  • Other work underway includes: installation of overhead and roadside signs;  completion of widening along I-95 throughout the project area; installation of Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) equipment and tolling equipment; completion of all bridge widening; installation of a new sound barrier along northbound I-95 north of Hollywood Boulevard.  

For details about current traffic conditions please go to: www.fl511.com

95 Express Bus/Toll Free Use

Certain users are able to use the 95 Express lanes toll free:

Registration for non-toll paying users is administered by South Florida Commuter Services (SFCS), the regional commuter assistance program funded by the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT).

Contact SFCS at 1-800-234-RIDE or visit www.180234ride.com.

 

Relocation of 95 Express Miramar Town Center Service Monday March 3, 2014. Click here for more information.

 

How To Use 95 Express
  • 95 Express Lanes are currently in operation in Miami-Dade County from the Golden Glades interchange to downtown Miami.
  • Enter the express lanes at one of the designated entry points.  Express lanes are separated from general traffic lanes by a barrier of flexible plastic poles.
     
  • Tolls are collected electronically using a SunPass transponder which can be purchased at Publix, CVS Pharmacies or Turnpike service plazas.
     
  • Tolls are based on congestion pricing, which means the toll goes up or down depending on how many vehicles enter the lanes at a time.  Toll amounts are displayed on the overhead electronic signs before each of the entrances.
     
  • Toll free users of the lanes must register with South Florida Commuter Services.
Public Information Center

For construction information:
Tish Burgher
Public Information Officer
95 Express Phase 2
Phone: 954-325-8022
Email: Tish@qcausa.com
 

For information about the existing 95 Express Lanes:
Alicia Torrez
Public Information Specialist
Intelligent Transportation Systems
Phone: 305-640-7364
Email: alicia.torrez@sunguide.info

 

For information about 3+ carpooling or other 95 Express toll-free options:
South Florida Commuter Services
Phone: 1-800-234-RIDE (7433)
Web: www.1800234ride.com
Email: sfcs@1800234ride.com

95 Express

A program of the Florida Department of Transportation.