I-95 Traffic Pattern Shift May Cause Delays

I-95 Traffic Pattern Shift May Cause Delays

Traffic shifted on I-95 northbound south of the Fuller Warren Bridge

According to Florida DOT representative Michael Goldman, as of May 28, 2013, a traffic shift on I-95 northbound, south of the Fuller Warren Bridge, may cause temporary delays for motorists.

The new northbound traffic pattern on the interstate is from Atlantic Boulevard to the Acosta and Main Street bridges, and shifted vehicles toward the roadway median to allow the contractor to expand the interstate on the Overland Bridge replacement project. This new traffic pattern will be in place for approximately eight months, but temporary delays may occur while motorists adjust to the shift.

The Overland Bridge project, which began Jan. 14, 2013, involves replacing the overpasses over Hendricks, Kings and Montana avenues and will add more lanes on I-95 near downtown Jacksonville. The project is currently about 20 percent completed, according to Goldman. The projected completion time is the summer of 2016.

Click here to see a map regarding the changes:

https://maps.google.com/maps?hl=en&q=http://www.dot.state.fl.us/construction/Technical/KMLFiles/E2P14.kml&sensor=true

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