Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise (FTE), part of the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), is conducting a Project Development & Environment (PD&E) study for improvements to Florida’s Turnpike (SR 91) from south of I-595 to Wiles Road in Broward County.
The PD&E study is the second phase of the FDOT project development process. Each PD&E study requires the combined efforts of professional engineers, planners and scientists, who collect and analyze project-related information to determine social, economic, physical and environmental impacts. Afterward they develop the best solution for a community’s transportation needs.
The purpose of this PD&E study is to develop and evaluate project alternatives that would:
- relieve congestion
- improve safety
- accommodate travel demands
- improve system linkage
- enhance and maintain South Florida’s economic and employment viability
- enhance evacuation routes
- avoid and minimize environmental impacts
FTE identified the need to widen (add capacity to) this portion of Florida’s Turnpike to accommodate forecasted traffic volumes of freight and passenger vehicles for the year 2045. The project improvements will include:
- widening of Florida’s Turnpike to ten lanes
- modifications to existing interchanges
- potential new interchanges
The No-Build (No Action) alternative will also be analyzed and compared against the Build alternatives during the PD&E study.
The study limits are along Florida’s Turnpike (SR 91) from south of I-595 to Wiles Road. The total project length is approximately 17 miles.
The natural environment is a critical foundation of the region’s economy and quality of life. The study area is located in a highly developed region of Broward County surrounded by residential, commercial, and industrial land uses. No significant impacts are anticipated to high-quality natural areas, public parks, or preserves.
The potential social, economic and environmental effects of the project alternatives will be identified, along with potential mitigation measures. A State Environmental Impact Report (SEIR) is the expected level of environmental documentation for this project.
FTE is at the forefront of planning for a safer, more efficient, and technologically advanced transportation system for the future. FTE continually seeks opportunities to integrate emerging transportation technologies that can help reduce congestion, create mobility choices, minimize environmental impacts and improve safety. FTE also recognizes that connected and automated vehicle (CAV) technologies hold unprecedented opportunities for enhancing mobility and increasing safety on our roadways.
If you have an idea for a technology or innovation that you would like to be considered as part of this study, please reach out to one of the contacts in the Stay Connected section below.
Schedule is subject to change.
Meeting Dates: January 18 and 19, 2022
- Public Meeting
- Project Newsletter No. 2
- Project Location Map
- PD&E Process
- Project Needs – Safety and Travel Time
- Project Needs – 2045 Travel Demand
- Overall Corridor Improvement Map 1 of 7
- Overall Corridor Improvement Map 2 of 7
- Overall Corridor Improvement Map 3 of 7
- Overall Corridor Improvement Map 4 of 7
- Overall Corridor Improvement Map 5 of 7
- Overall Corridor Improvement Map 6 of 7
- Overall Corridor Improvement Map 7 of 7
- I-595 Interchange
- Oakland Park Blvd Interchange
- Commercial Blvd Interchange
- Cypress Creek Rd Interchange
- Atlantic Blvd Interchange
- Coconut Creek Pkwy Interchange
- Sample Rd Interchange
- Typical Section Alternatives
- Adjacent Projects
- Public Involvement Schedule
- Contact Information
- Title VI
Wynmoor Village Community Meeting Date: November 30, 2021
- Broward County
- Broward Metropolitan Planning Organization
- City of Coconut Creek
- Town of Davie
- City of Deerfield Beach
- City of Fort Lauderdale
- City of Lauderdale Lakes
- City of Lauderhill
- City of Margate
- City of North Lauderdale
- City of Pompano Beach
- City of Plantation
- City of Taramac
- Florida Department of Transportation
Project inquires, comments, innovation/technology ideas, or requests to be added to the project mailing list, can be mailed or emailed to:
Jazlyn Heywood, P.E.
Rax Jung, Ph.D., P.E.
Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise
Media inquiries should be directed to the FDOT, Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise
Communications and Marketing Office using the contact information below:
Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise (WSP USA)
For information in Spanish, please contact:
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Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise (WSP USA)
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If you need special accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act or require translation services (free of charge), please contact the Project Manager using the contact information listed on this page. If you are hearing or speech impaired, please contact the agency using the Florida Relay Service, 1 (800) 955-8771 (TDD) or 955-8770 (voice).