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Current Alerts & Detours

New Alert:
Intermittent Ramp Closure on EB I-4 at the Ramp from EB I-4 to Princeton Street: 1 left lane closed.
From Sunday 05/31/15 to Monday 06/01/15 – 10:00 PM–05:00 AM: Clearing and grubbing
Updated:
Continuous Road Closure on Midiron Drive at Minnesota Avenue: all lanes closed.
Beginning Monday 06/01/2015: Install drainage

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Reminder:
Intermittent Nightly Ramp Closure on EB I-4 at the Ramp from I-4 EB to Princeton Street: all lanes closed.
From Monday 06/01/15 to Thursday 06/04/15 – 10:00 PM–05:00 AM: Temporary widening

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Reminder:
Intermittent Nightly Lane Closure on WB Princeton Street at I-4: 1 left lane closed.
From Monday 06/01/15 to Wednesday 06/03/15 – 10:00 PM–06:00 AM: Clearing and grubbing
Reminder:
Intermittent Nightly Lane Closure on EB Princeton Street at I-4: 1 left lane closed.
From Monday 06/01/15 to Wednesday 06/03/15 – 10:00 PM–06:00 AM: Clearing and grubbing
Continuing:
Intermittent Daily Lane Closure on NB Formosa Avenue at South of Minnesota Avenue: 1 lane closed.
From Monday 05/25/15 to Friday 06/05/15 – 07:00 AM–05:30 PM: Install underground pipe
Continuing:
Intermittent Nightly Lane Closure on WB I-4 from Robinson Street to Division Avenue: 1 left lane closed.
From Tuesday 05/26/15 to Saturday 05/30/15 – 08:30 PM–06:00 AM: Drilling


All alerts are for planned activities, which may be cancelled or changed due to weather and other circumstances.


To help you prepare for the sights and sounds of construction, we’ve compiled some helpful tips.

Always allow extra time. Detours and lane closures could add time to your commute so plan accordingly.

Check 511. Know before you go and get real-time traffic information by dialing 511 or visiting www.fl511.com.

Buckle up. It’s the law for a reason. Wearing a seatbelt is the best way to protect yourself and reduce fatalities in motor vehicle crashes.

Be on the lookout. Pay attention to signs and work zone flaggers.

Turn on your headlights. When driving in a work zone, turn on your headlights so workers and other drivers can see you.

Keep a safe distance between your car and the car in front of you. Tailgating is dangerous, especially in a work zone where unexpected stops can occur quite frequently.

Don’t speed. Speed limits are often lower in work zones. Pay attention to the posted speed and remember that speeding fines are doubled in active work zones.

Keep up with traffic. Don’t slow down to watch the roadwork or speed up to get through faster. Go with the flow!

Stay in your lane. Swerving from one lane to another won’t save you time and creates a dangerous situation for everyone.

Keep your eyes on the road. Avoid distractions like talking on the phone, and devote your full attention to the road.

Expect the unexpected. Work zones are a dynamic environment so always look out for workers and their equipment.

Have some patience. Construction is a temporary situation for a permanent fix – a better I-4!


All alerts are for planned activities, which may be cancelled or changed due to weather and other circumstances.


To help you prepare for the sights and sounds of construction, we’ve compiled some helpful tips.

Always allow extra time. Detours and lane closures could add time to your commute so plan accordingly.

Check 511. Know before you go and get real-time traffic information by dialing 511 or visiting www.fl511.com.

Buckle up. It’s the law for a reason. Wearing a seatbelt is the best way to protect yourself and reduce fatalities in motor vehicle crashes.

Be on the lookout. Pay attention to signs and work zone flaggers.

Turn on your headlights. When driving in a work zone, turn on your headlights so workers and other drivers can see you.

Keep a safe distance between your car and the car in front of you. Tailgating is dangerous, especially in a work zone where unexpected stops can occur quite frequently.

Don’t speed. Speed limits are often lower in work zones. Pay attention to the posted speed and remember that speeding fines are doubled in active work zones.

Keep up with traffic. Don’t slow down to watch the roadwork or speed up to get through faster. Go with the flow!

Stay in your lane. Swerving from one lane to another won’t save you time and creates a dangerous situation for everyone.

Keep your eyes on the road. Avoid distractions like talking on the phone, and devote your full attention to the road.

Expect the unexpected. Work zones are a dynamic environment so always look out for workers and their equipment.

Have some patience. Construction is a temporary situation for a permanent fix – a better I-4!