I-95 express lanes getting sturdier poles to keep drivers in place | Miami Herald

FDOT District Secretary James Wolfe declared express lanes “a success”

Look for more divider poles on Interstate 95 express lanes by fall and runoff spots to accommodate stopped cars by 2018.

As for the stopping zones, they’ll be created by moving barrier walls. That takes more time (estimated early 2018) and money ($8.5 million). Wolfe said the construction costs are unrelated to tolls.

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