Interstate 4 is a diagonal route traveling 132 miles between Tampa and Daytona Beach via Orlando. The intrastate route serves major population areas in Central Florida along the U.S. 92 corridor. Heavy development along the freeway over the years resulted in several toll roads to provide alternate routes and relief, including the Florida Greeneway / Seminole Expressway (bypass to the east of Orlando), Western Beltway (bypass to the west of Orlando), and Florida 570 (Polk Parkway). Additionally much of the freeway was expanded to six or more lanes, with the final four-lane stretch in Volusia County expanded through to summer 2015.
Interstate 4 Highway Guides
$2.3-billion in road work commenced in 2015 expands 21 miles of I-4 through Orange and Seminole Counties to include two Express toll lanes in each direction. The six-year I-4 Ultimate Project includes the modification of 15 interchanges.
Construction of Interstate 4 occurred between 1958 and 1966. The entire length doubles as hidden State Road 400, with SR 400 extending east from I-95 as an at-grade route to U.S. 1 in Daytona Beach.
|Interstate 4 scenes|
|Approaching Division Avenue along Gore Street westbound in Orlando. Interstate 4 passes overhead in the distance.|
A new flyover was added by 2008 from I-4 east to South Street. Photo taken 11/05/06.
|Travelers destined to Interstate 4 east are directed onto Division Avenue north to Anderson Street east. Division Avenue passes underneath both Interstate 4 and Florida 408 (East-West Expressway) with no direct access to either freeway. Photo taken 11/05/06.|
|Gore Street west at the westbound on-ramp to Interstate 4. The on-ramp utilizes the roadway connecting SR 408 and I-4.|
Until 2008 an off-ramp also connected I-4 with Gore Street. It was removed as part of the I-4 / SR 408 interchange upgrade project. Photo taken 11/05/06.
|Previously the last state-named shield for Interstate 4, this assembly was posted on Ivanhoe Boulevard south ahead of Lakeview Street just west of I-4. Photo taken 07/29/06. Second photo taken 01/25/08.|
|A closer look at the removed Interstate 4 shield on Ivanhoe Boulevard south. Ivanhoe Boulevard encircles Lake Ivanhoe to the west of I-4. Lakeview Street and Ivanhoe Boulevard between Edgewater Drive and I-4 are a part of unsigned CR 424. Photo taken 07/29/06.|
|Par Street east meets Interstate 4 at a half diamond interchange just east of Bonita Park in Orlando. Motorists headed for I-4 east are directed onto Formosa Avenue north to connect with the on-ramp from SR 426 (Fairbanks Avenue). Photos taken 01/25/08.|
|I-4 Ultimate construction lengthens the westbound on-ramp from Par Street and realigns the eastbound off-ramp over Dade Avenue. Photo taken 01/25/08.|
|Florida 426 (Fairbanks Avenue) east at the westbound entrance ramp to Interstate 4 in Orlando. Photo taken 12/29/05.|
|Lake Mary Boulevard joins Interstate 4 with Heathrow to the west and Lake Mary to the east. The busy six-ramp parclo interchange features separate ramps from eastbound onto both directions of I-4. Photo taken 04/29/08.|
- 12/29/05 by AARoads.
- 07/29/06 by AARoads and Justin Cozart.
- 11/05/06 by AARoads and Justin Cozart.
- 01/25/08 by AARoads.
- 04/29/08 by AARoads.
U.S. Highway 301
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Florida 417 - Central Florida GreeneWay / Seminole Expressway
Florida 570 - Polk Parkway
Page Updated 03-04-2018.