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The Ramp Toll Plazas have a lane dedicated to ETC and exact change only, with no change provided.While both E-Pass and Sun Pass are accepted at all interchanges along the toll road, portions maintained by CFX are signed as E-Pass and portions maintained by FTE are signed as Sun Pass. The first phase of SR 417, then termed the Eastern Beltway, extended from the current east end of the east–west Expressway northward to SR 426 (Aloma Avenue) in Seminole County.This section also features the only "free movement" on SR 417.No toll is collected for motorists traveling between I-4 and Rinehart Road (whose interchange with SR 417 is used for travelers on SR 46 and CR 46A to get to and from SR 417).Florida's Turnpike began construction of the 6.4-mile (10.3 km) extension from the Greene Way to I-4 in 1994 and completed construction in mid 1996.The project cost almost 3 million, with million coming from contributions from the private parties involved in building this route, making it possible to get from Walt Disney World to the Orlando International Airport without ever driving on Interstate 4. The first phase, built by CFX, added ramps from southbound SR 417 to southbound Florida’s Turnpike and from northbound Florida’s Turnpike to northbound SR 417.However, construction has begun as of late 2017 to complete the originally planned fully directional interchange.The Seminole Expressway, the northern leg of SR 417, is located in Seminole County and is owned and operated by Florida's Turnpike Enterprise.
It was during the construction of this section that the entire beltway project was renamed the Central Florida Greene Way.
It allowed commuters to bypass the crowded Semoran Boulevard, as well as give expressway access to the University of Central Florida.
The OOCEA began construction of phase I in July 1987 and the road was opened to the public on December 16, 1988 at a cost of 5 million, with million being spent on acquiring the right-of-way for the 6-mile (9.7 km) route.
The section south of Aloma Avenue to the county line (less than one mile) was acquired from the Seminole County Expressway Authority in April 1990 as part of Florida's Turnpike Expansion Program authorized by Senate Bill 1316.
The initial stretch, from just south of Aloma to US 17/92 opened in phases in 1994.