(FDOT) - The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) will begin milling and resurfacing all travel lanes of Interstate 95 (I-95) starting March 18 in Flagler County from the Old Dixie Highway interchange (Exit 278) to the St. Johns County line, including on ramps and off ramps. Work also includes shoulder treatment, guardrail installation, and relocation of two existing median crossovers for emergency vehicles. The project also will include signal improvements at the State Road (S.R.) 100 and Palm Coast Parkway interchanges, as well as new signing and pavement markings, and Intelligent Transportation
Systems (ITS) components for traffic monitoring.

The contractor is starting on the northern section of the project from north of Palm Coast Parkway to the St. Johns County line. The contractor will be milling during the day and paving at night.

This project will require lane closures and ramp closures with detours. Most lane closures, as well as the ramp closures, will occur at night. Single daytime lane closures are possible from north of Palm Coast Parkway to the St. Johns County line. Motorists also can expect possible lane closures on S.R. 100 and Palm Coast Parkway to complete the signal improvements. 

Electronic message boards and other signage will be used to alert motorists of closures and detours. Updates also can be found on FDOT's Central Florida website www.cflroads.com.