Project Development
& Environment (PD&E) Study:

SR 429/Binion Road Interchange

In August 2022, CFX began a Project Development and Environment (PD&E) Study of the State Road 429/Binion Road Interchange. The study is evaluating a proposed half interchange (northbound entrance ramp and southbound exit ramp) expressway connection from Binion Road to SR 429 to provide enhanced access and mobility to southwest Apopka.

The study area runs along the vicinity of South Binion Road and Boy Scout Road at SR 429. Currently, drivers must enter and exit SR 429 by traveling approximately three miles north to just north of US 441 at the SR 429 Connector Road interchange or travel three miles south to the interchange at Ocoee Apopka Road.

The 6-month study will analyze intersection improvements and access management modifications along the proposed interchange.

When the PD&E Study concludes, it will result in a recommendation to the CFX Governing Board of the preferred alternative. If the project is approved by the CFX Governing Board, it would move forward to design and construction.

Public Input

We value your input. Public involvement and inter-agency coordination are integral to the assessment process, and opportunities for participation are being provided.

Project Map

Project Study Schedule

Project Fact Sheet

Additional SR 429/Binion Road Interchange PD&E Information

Phone: 407-383-5817

Central Florida Expressway Authority

4974 ORL Tower Road
Orlando, FL 32807

Phone: (407) 690-5000
Fax: (407) 690-5011

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Additional Information

This is a Project Development and Environment study, which is an initial phase of determining right-of-way acquisition. Property owners near the proposed transportation project often want to know an agency’s process for buying needed private property.

Central Florida Expressway Authority’s Right-of-Way Acquisition Policy

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