I-95 at the Northlake Boulevard Interchange Design Project
What is the purpose of this project?
The purpose of the project is to enhance overall traffic operations at the existing interchange of SR-9/I-95 and Northlake Boulevard (Exit 77) by providing improvements to achieve acceptable Levels of Service (LOS) at the interchange in the future condition (2043 Design Year). Conditions along Northlake Boulevard are anticipated to deteriorate below acceptable LOS standards if no improvements occur by 2040. Without improvements, the interchange will not have sufficient capacity to accommodate the projected travel demand.
What are the limits for this project?
The area is located in northeastern Palm Beach County within the City of Palm Beach Gardens at SR-9 / I-95 at Northlake Boulevard. Work on I-95 will occur from 1/2 mile south of Northlake Boulevard overpass bridge to south of PGA Boulevard interchange. Work on Northlake Boulevard from Military Trail to just east of Silverthorne Drive in the City of Palm Beach Gardens.
What are the planned improvements?
This design-bid-build project consists of widening, milling and resurfacing of SR 9 / I- 95 and the Northlake Boulevard Interchange, and the widening of Northlake Boulevard (CR 809A) with the addition of a fourth eastbound through-lane just west of Keating Drive / Gardens Town Square to Sunrise Drive; a fourth westbound lane from just east of Sandtree Drive to Military Trail; and providing triple right- and triple left-turn lanes at I-95 northbound and southbound ramp exits. Work on I-95 will occur from 1/2 mile south of the Northlake Boulevard interchange to just south of the PGA Boulevard interchange. Work on Northlake Boulevard will occur from Military Trail to east of Silverthorne Drive in the City of Palm Beach Gardens. The project includes new sidewalks and bicycle lanes on Northlake Boulevard. This interchange project proposes to enhance operational capacity, reduce congestion and increase safety.
What is a design-bid-build project?
Design-bid-build (DB) combines into a single contract the design and construction, for a project, all in accordance with standard Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) criteria, specifications and contract administration practices. These projects allow the contractor to participate in the design in an effort to reduce costs and expedite construction
How can I get involved?
You have the opportunity to receive project-related information through this website, newsletters, public information meetings and the public hearing. You are encouraged to register to get more information on the Email Updates page of this website.
You can also review information about the project and the FDOT’s Efficient Transportation Decision Making (ETDM) screening process on the ETDM website at https://etdmpub.fla-etat.org. In the Project Search window, click on Project Number, enter the number 14182 (SR-9/I-95 at Northlake Boulevard Interchange) and click go. Click on the Project Information tab and select what you would like to review from the drop down menu.
How can I obtain the latest study materials?
The latest materials for the SR-9/I-95 at Northlake Boulevard Interchange will be available on the Documents and Publications page of this website. Please check back regularly for updates as the study is constantly evolving.
When will the project be built?
The projected letting date for the construction is August 27, 2025 and will take 3 years to finish.
Where can I find information on the construction projects already happening on SR-9/I-95?
To find out about other current SR-9/I-95 transportation projects, go to the Current Nearby Projects page.
When is the next public meeting?
Notice of public meetings will be posted on the Public Notices page of this website. Please check back often for details on upcoming meeting locations and times.