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Ranger Upgrading S.R. 472/I-4 Interchange In Deltona

Project Supervisor Mike Cutlip and Project Manager Amanda Hanks review the day's work earlier this year.

Project Supervisor Mike Cutlip and Project Manager Amanda Hanks review the day’s work earlier this year.

Work is progressing well on the I-4/S.R. 472 interchange project in Deltona, Florida.

Ranger North crews are upgrading the existing I-4 exit and extending it to connect to nearby Howland Boulevard.

The project includes reconfiguring the exit ramps, modifying the existing bridge, and constructing a new two-lane bridge.

The job was begun in August 1999 and has a completion date of December 1, 2000. The project is ahead of schedule and is expected to finish in October.

The $5.7 million project includes water and sewer utilities. Volusia County is providing the funding, with Florida DOT overseeing construction. The bridge work is being performed by a subcontractor, Leware Construction.

Grading on the new exits took place earlier this year.

Grading on the new exits took place earlier this year.