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Interstate 10/Interstate110 Interchange Safety Improvement Project

FDOT office in Chipley
Project photo

Project Details

The Florida Department of Transportation began work in April 2022 to improve safety on a 3/4-mile segment of Interstate 10 at the Interstate 110 interchange in Escambia County.


Milling and resurfacing all ramps to improve ride quality.

Applying anti-skid surface on all ramps.

Adding audible edge lines to alert drivers of the edge of the roadway along all ramps.

Installing raised rumble strip sets across the I-110 northbound to I-10 eastbound travel lanes.

Reducing the speed limit from 45 mph to 35 mph on the I-110 northbound ramp to 1-10 westbound.

Additional work will include improvements for the guardrail, signage, and pavement markings.

Traffic Impacts

Alternate lane closures from 8pm to 6am Sunday thru Thursdays. Crews will be installing rumble strips, profiled thermoplastic edge lines and linear barrier delineators on guardrails and barrier walls on the ramps

Note the speed limit on I-110 NB ramp to I-10 WB has been permanently reduced to 35mph

Note: All information is preliminary and subject to change without notice.

Project Overview

Project Number 444046-1
Work Type Safety Project
Status Construction
Project Limits
I-10 & I-110 interchange Ramps
Project Length 0.750 miles
Estimated Completion Fall 2022
Est. Construction Cost $1.50M
Project Manager Georgina AciertoKent

Project Documents

Affected Areas

Roads I-10/SR-8
Counties Escambia
Cities Pensacola

Public Meetings


Georgina AciertoKent
(850) 981-2804

Data Current as of 04/18/2022