FutureSee also: Florida State Road 9B
Extending from the southeast corner of the loop is planned to be Interstate 795 (SR 9B), an approximately 11-mile (18 km) expressway. In May 2008, the SR 9B project was suspended by the Florida Department of Transportation. The project was reinstated in 2009, and construction of phase one began in June 2010 with expected completion in early Fall 2012. Construction of phase two, which will extend SR 9B to I-95, is set to start in July 2014. After phase two is completed, SR 9B will be renamed Interstate 795.
In February 2011, construction began for a new interchange at Collins Road, just west of the congested Blanding Boulevard exit. The $63.4 million project is expected to be complete in 2014.
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Famous quotes containing the word future:
“Much that is natural, to the will must yield.
Men manufacture both machine and soul,
And use what they imperfectly control
To dare a future from the taken routes.”
—Thom Gunn (b. 1929)
“Self-kindled every atom glows,
And hints the future which it owes.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“I imagine, on the benches of an assembly, the most intrepid of thinkers, a brilliant mind, one of those men who, when they ascend the tribune, feel it beneath them like the tripod of the oracle, suddenly grow in stature and become colossal, surpass by a head the massive appearances that mask reality, and see clearly the future over the high, frowning wall of the present.”
—Victor Hugo (18021885)