The I-10 project manager says right now, the 151-million dollar improvement project is on schedule with about six months left on the Capital Circle Northeast/ Thomasville road interchange. And work on the Monroe Street interchange could finish up by the beginning of next month--but project leaders say traffic is the challenge.
Tony Manos, an Assistant Senior Engineer with the project said, "Once you start exceeding what road was originally designed for, you got more traffic than what was originally called for. You end up having to work around that traffic."
When the I-10 project is complete, drivers can expect additional lanes, better exits, and a 70 mile per hour speed limit.