Some interchanges through West Palm area to see work in coming years | Map

As part of a long-range plan to improve traffic flow along Interstate 95 in Palm Beach County, the state aims to make changes at nearly every interchange along the stretch.

What does that mean for you? Over the next 20 years, I-95 through West Palm Beach will begin to look a bit different.

(Getty Images)

(Getty Images)

Here’s the list of central Palm Beach County projects planned by the Florida Department of Transportation. Click here for the full list throughout Palm Beach County.

Southern Boulevard: Alternatives in this study would build either one or two flyovers at the interchange; add bike lanes; widen the I-95 ramps not affected by the possible flyovers; and possibly shift traffic flow on Southern to the west of the interchange. Timeline: Final design could be ready in 2021, with construction starting in 2024.

Estimated total cost: $88 million. FDOT project website

45th Street: Alternatives in this study would add lanes to the interchange. Timeline: Study completed in March 2018.

No estimated cost at this time. FDOT project website

Northlake Boulevard: A study is being conducted on this interchange. Plans are to add left turn lanes to the northbound and southbound I-95 off-ramps; widen the northbound I-95 on-ramp; add a second westbound left-turn lane at Northlake and Keating Drive; widen Northlake from Military Trail to MacArthur Boulevard; add an eastbound left-turn lane at Northlake and Sunrise/Sandtree Drive; and possibly add lighting. Timeline: Study complete next summer; project out for bids in March 2024. Estimated total cost: $74.3 million. FDOT project website