Project/Construction Update

For more information about 95 Express Phase 3, Click Here.

Construction on the Phase 2 of 95 Express began in November 2011, will last until spring 2015, and will cost an estimated $112 million. 95 Express Phase 2 will extend the existing express lanes north from the Golden Glades Interchange, in Miami-Dade County, to Broward Boulevard, in Broward County, by converting the existing High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lanes into two express lanes in each direction. Other work includes: installing Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) components; modifying the Ives Dairy Road interchange; bridge widening at specific locations; and installing new noise walls at locations between Hollywood Boulevard and Taft Street.

PROJECT UPDATE - Final Paving in Miami-Dade County Begins in December 2014

95 Express Phase 2 is entering the final months of construction.  Drivers should plan ahead, pay close attention to changes in the traffic lanes as a result of on-going paving and roadway striping in Miami-Dade County.

Construction activities will continue over the holidays (excluding Christmas Eve and Christmas Day and New Year's Eve and New Year's Day), with potental single or double lane closures during non-peak nighttime hours (11 p.m. - 5 a.m., Sunday through Thursday, and from 11 p.m. Friday to noon Saturday.) 

Plastic poles, that separate the express lanes from the general purpose lanes, will start going up in Miami-Dade County in January, 2015.

For details about current traffic conditions please go to: www.fl511.com


Project/Construction Update

For more information about 95 Express Phase 3, Click Here.

Construction on the Phase 2 of 95 Express began in November 2011, will last until spring 2015, and will cost an estimated $112 million. 95 Express Phase 2 will extend the existing express lanes north from the Golden Glades Interchange, in Miami-Dade County, to Broward Boulevard, in Broward County, by converting the existing High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lanes into two express lanes in each direction. Other work includes: installing Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) components; modifying the Ives Dairy Road interchange; bridge widening at specific locations; and installing new noise walls at locations between Hollywood Boulevard and Taft Street.

PROJECT UPDATE - Final Paving in Miami-Dade County Begins in December 2014

95 Express Phase 2 is entering the final months of construction.  Drivers should plan ahead, pay close attention to changes in the traffic lanes as a result of on-going paving and roadway striping in Miami-Dade County.

Construction activities will continue over the holidays (excluding Christmas Eve and Christmas Day and New Year's Eve and New Year's Day), with potental single or double lane closures during non-peak nighttime hours (11 p.m. - 5 a.m., Sunday through Thursday, and from 11 p.m. Friday to noon Saturday.) 

Plastic poles, that separate the express lanes from the general purpose lanes, will start going up in Miami-Dade County in January, 2015.

For details about current traffic conditions please go to: www.fl511.com

95 Express Bus/Toll Free Use

Certain users are able to use the 95 Express lanes toll free:

Registration for non-toll paying users is administered by South Florida Commuter Services (SFCS), the regional commuter assistance program funded by the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT).

Contact SFCS at 1-800-234-RIDE or visit www.180234ride.com.

 

Relocation of 95 Express Miramar Town Center Service Monday March 3, 2014. Click here for more information.

 

How To Use 95 Express
  • 95 Express Lanes are currently in operation in Miami-Dade County from the Golden Glades interchange to downtown Miami.
  • Enter the express lanes at one of the designated entry points.  Express lanes are separated from general traffic lanes by a barrier of flexible plastic poles.
     
  • Tolls are collected electronically using a SunPass transponder which can be purchased at Publix, CVS Pharmacies or Turnpike service plazas.
     
  • Tolls are based on congestion pricing, which means the toll goes up or down depending on how many vehicles enter the lanes at a time.  Toll amounts are displayed on the overhead electronic signs before each of the entrances.
     
  • Toll free users of the lanes must register with South Florida Commuter Services.
Public Information Center

For construction information:
Tish Burgher
Public Information Officer
95 Express Phase 2
Phone: 954-325-8022
Email: Tish@qcausa.com
 

For information about the existing 95 Express Lanes:
Alicia Torrez
Public Information Specialist
Intelligent Transportation Systems
Phone: 305-640-7364
Email: alicia.torrez@sunguide.info

 

For information about 3+ carpooling or other 95 Express toll-free options:
South Florida Commuter Services
Phone: 1-800-234-RIDE (7433)
Web: www.1800234ride.com
Email: sfcs@1800234ride.com

95 Express

A program of the Florida Department of Transportation.