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The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is hosting an Industry Forum on September 1st for the reconstruction of Tampa’s Westshore Interchange (I-275/SR 60) in Hillsborough County, FL. The Industry Forum provides an opportunity for Design-Build teams, including contractors, subcontractors, and design consultants, to learn more about the project and the delivery method. Click here to register.
On September 15, 2020 the Federal Highway Administration granted Location and Design Concept Acceptance for the Tampa Interstate Study (TIS) Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (SEIS), Record of Decision (ROD), and Section 4(f) Evaluation. This action was published in the Federal Register on September 25, 2020. To view the SEIS documents, click here.
On February 25 and 27, 2020, the Florida Department of Transportation held a Public Hearing on the Tampa Interstate Study (TIS) Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (SEIS) Locally Preferred Alternative that includes the Westshore Area Interchange (I-275/SR60), Downtown Tampa Interchange (I-275/I-4), and the I-275 Corridor that connects them. Click here to view all materials presented at the public hearing.
On October 24, 2019, Governor DeSantis announced $1.4 Billion to reconstruct the Westshore Area Interchange (I-275/ SR 60) in Tampa. Construction is set to begin in fiscal year 2023-2024. This is the largest transportation project to be funded in FDOT District 7’s history and is part of the Tampa Bay Next program. To see the latest concept, click here. For the press release, click here.
On Tuesday, October 1, 2019, the Florida Department of Transportation presented information on the Locally Preferred Alternative (LPA) for the Tampa Interstate Study (TIS) Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (SEIS) to the Hillsborough MPO Board. To view the materials presented at the MPO meeting, click here for the I-275/I-4 Interchange – Locally Preferred Alternative video and the I-275/I-4 Interchange – Locally Preferred Alternative (Technical Flyover Animation) video.
Tampa Bay Next is a program to modernize Tampa Bay’s transportation infrastructure and prepare for the future.
Tampa Bay Next Priorities:
- Move people and goods safely and efficiently
- Build a comprehensive regional transportation system
- Create meaningful opportunities for public input
- Balance regional needs with community concerns
- Commit to sustainable infrastructure decisions
FDOT is committed to developing a comprehensive and multimodal regional transportation system.
FDOT is working on multiple interstate improvement projects to modernize key interchanges, replace aging infrastructure, and improve mobility on portions of I-275 and I-4.
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FDOT is changing the way we plan our roads! In 2014, the FDOT State Secretary signed a Complete Streets Implementation Policy, which is a key component of improving pedestrian and bicyclist safety and providing truly context sensitive solutions to the community.
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