Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail The Florida Department of Transportation said Monday that it is continuing to assess its facilities throughout Central Florida. Here’s the latest update on roads and bridges in Brevard, Flagler, Lake, Sumter, Marion, Seminole, Orange, Osceola and Volusia counties: All state road bridges are open. All movable bridges have been inspected and […]
The Florida Department of Transportation said Monday that it is continuing to assess its facilities throughout Central Florida.
Here’s the latest update on roads and bridges in Brevard, Flagler, Lake, Sumter, Marion, Seminole, Orange, Osceola and Volusia counties:
- All state road bridges are open.
- All movable bridges have been inspected and are open to vehicular traffic, but not to marine traffic at this time.
- Interstates 4, 75 and 95 within District 5 are open.
- There are lane and ramp closures on I-4 as follows:
- Lane closures: WB I-4 one mile north of John Young Parkway and WB I-4 at Michigam.
- Ramp closures: WB I-4 on ramp from State Road 434 is closed; WB I-4 off ramp to east bound Maitland Boulevard is closed; WB I-4 on ramp from South Street is closed; EB I-4 off ramp to north bound Kirkman is closed; and EB I-4 off ramp to west bound Maitland B1 is closed.
These will be closed until it is deemed safe by FDOT and law enforcement.
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