About 2 miles of eastbound Interstate 4 (I-4) travel lanes are temporarily shifting as soon as the morning of Saturday, June 1, and may affect travel to the downtown Orlando Health campus. The shift creates a new eastbound I-4 temporary ramp system separated from and adjacent to the eastbound I-4 mainline through the Orange Blossom Trail (US 17-92/441), Michigan Street and Kaley Avenue interchanges. Eastbound I-4 motorists exiting to Orange Blossom Trail and Kaley Avenue must now exit just beyond John Young Parkway interchange.
In addition, a series of eastbound ramp closures will begin at 10:00 pm Friday, May 31, to accommodate this mainline shift between John Young Parkway and downtown Orlando. Some closures are permanent, while others are only in effect over the weekend. Both entrance and exit ramps are included. See the following details and this I-4 Ultimate graphic to learn more:
- The eastbound I-4 exit ramp to Kaley Avenue temporarily closes at 10:00 pm May 31 and reopens by 5:00 am Monday, June 3.
- The eastbound I-4 entrance ramp from Kaley Avenue permanently closes at 5:00 am Saturday, June 1.
- The eastbound I-4 entrance ramp from John Young Parkway temporarily closes from 10:00 pm May 31 through 5:00 am June 1.
- The eastbound I-4 entrance ramp from northbound Orange Blossom Trail temporarily closes at 10:00 pm May 31 and reopens by 5:00 am June 3.
- The eastbound I-4 entrance ramp from Michigan Street will reopen by 5:00 am June 3 and service both Kaley Avenue and Michigan Street interchanges.