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Massive One Daytona Project One Step Closer to Reality

International Speedway’s One Daytona Project, a massive retail, dining and entertainment complex opposite Daytona International Speedway is one step closer to reality with selection of it’s general contractor.

The $150 million destination will include a 67,000-square-foot Bass Pro Shops, a 12-screen Cobb Theatres, a 144-room Daytona hotel and a 105-room Fairfield Inn & Suites hotel. The complex will also include a 276-unit residential community, and several restaurants and shops. P.F. Chang’s, Kilwins, Guitar Center, Tervis, Jeremiah’s Italian Ice, and more.

One Daytona will feature Victory Circle, an outdoor gathering space inspired by the nearby Daytona International Speedway.

One Daytona is scheduled to open in fall 2017.


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Construction, Lane Closures on I-4 in Daytona/DeLand This Week

The Florida Department of Transportation reports the following land closures on I-4 from Daytona to DeLand this week:

  • Sunday, July 31st, 2016 to Saturday, August 6th, 2016
    Monday to Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., I-4 eastbound and westbound outside shoulder closures from SR 44 to I-95.
  • Sunday to Thursday, 8:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m., I-4 eastbound and westbound lane closures as needed for maintenance of traffic, setting barrier wall and asphalt paving.

Motorists are asked to be aware of trucks entering and exiting the roadway, and of traffic shifts.

This project consists of widening I-4 (SR 400) to 6 lanes from east of SR 44 to west of I-95, and reconfiguration of the I-4 and US 92 Interchange. The existing left-hand exit from eastbound I-4 to US 92 will be changed to a right-hand exit. Project also includes 3 animal crossings.


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Lane Closures on I-4 Between Deland and Daytona This Week

The Florida Department of Transportation reports that lane closures are scheduled on Interstate 4 during the following times:

  • Sunday, 8 p.m. – Monday, 6 a.m. I-4 eastbound traffic shift planned approaching the US 92 exit ramp. Eastbound traffic will be shifted to continue in the westbound lanes past the US 92 off ramp.
  • Monday – Friday, 7 a.m. – 5 p.m., I-4 eastbound and westbound outside shoulders closed.
  • Sunday – Thursday, 8 p.m. – 6 a.m., I-4 eastbound and westbound lane closures as needed for maintenance of traffic.

This project consists of widening I-4 (SR 400) to 6 lanes from east of SR 44 to west of I-95, and reconfiguration of the I-4 and US 92 Interchange. The existing left-hand exit from eastbound I-4 to US 92 will be changed to a right-hand exit. Project also includes 3 animal crossings.


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I-4 Daytona to Deland Lane Closures, Delays Next Week

The Florida Department of Transportation announced lane and shoulder restrictions next week associated with the widening of I-4 (SR 400) to 6 lanes from east of SR 44 to west of I-95, and reconfiguration of the I-4 and US 92 Interchange. The existing left-hand exit from eastbound I-4 to US 92 will be changed to a right-hand exit. Project also includes 3 animal crossings.

Lane Closures

  • Sunday, July 3rd, 2016 to Saturday, July 9th, 2016
    Tuesday – Friday, 7 a.m. – 5 p.m., Eastbound and westbound outside shoulders closed.
  • Tuesday – Thursday, 8 p.m. – 6 a.m., Eastbound and westbound lane closures as needed for maintenance of traffic.

Motorists are urged to use caution through the work zone and be aware of trucks entering and leaving the roadway.

NOTE: There will be no lane closures July 4 for the holiday.


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I-4 Construction Lane Closures West of I-95 Thru June 11

The Florida Department of Transportation reports that there are shoulder and lane closures on Interstate 4 from east of SR 44 to west of I-95.

This I-4 construction project consists of widening to 6 lanes and reconfiguration of the I-4 and US 92 Interchange. The existing left-hand exit from eastbound I-4 to US 92 will be changed to a right-hand exit.

  • Friday (June 3): 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. — Eastbound and westbound outside shoulders closed between SR 44 and I-95.
  • Friday (june 3): 8:00 p.m. – 6:00 a.m. — Eastbound and westbound lane closures are possible between SR 44 and I-95 to place temporary and permanent pavement and for roadway widening.

Motorists should be aware of trucks entering and exiting the roadway from the median and outside shoulders.

Motorists also should be aware of traffic shifts near the ramp to US 92 and just west of I-95.

Sunday, June 5th, 2016 to Saturday, June 11th, 2016

  • Friday (June 10): 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., eastbound and westbound outside shoulder closures between SR 44 and I-95.
  • Monday – Friday (June 6 – June 10): 8:00 p.m. – 6:00 a.m., Eastbound and westbound lane closures at SR 44 for milling and resurfacing.

Additional lane closures for I-4 construction may be needed for maintenance of traffic.

Motorists should be aware of trucks entering and exiting the highway from the median and outside shoulders.


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I-4 Lane Closures From Deland to Daytona This Week

The Florida Department of Transportation reports lane closures on Interstate 4 from Deland to Interstate 95 in Daytona thru Saturday, May 14th, 2016

Monday – Friday: 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. — Eastbound and westbound outside shoulders closed between SR 44 and I-95.

Monday – Friday: 8:00 p.m. – 6:00 a.m. — Eastbound and westbound lane closures are possible between SR 44 and I-95 to place temporary and permanent pavement and for roadway widening.

Motorists should be aware of trucks entering and exiting the roadway from the median and outside shoulders.

Motorists also should be aware of traffic shifts near the ramp to US 92 and just west of I-95.

Project consists of widening I-4 (SR 400) to 6 lanes from east of SR 44 to west of I-95, and reconfiguration of the I-4 and US 92 Interchange. The existing left-hand exit from eastbound I-4 to US 92 will be changed to a right-hand exit. Project also includes 3 animal crossings.


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I-4 Lane Closures From Deland to Daytona This Week

The Florida Department of Transportation reports lane closures on Interstate 4 thru Saturday, April 23rd, 2016.

Monday – Friday: 7 a.m. – 5 p.m. — Eastbound and westbound outside shoulders closed between SR 44 and I-95.

Monday – Friday: 8 p.m. – 6 a.m. — Eastbound and westbound lane closures are possible between SR 44 and I-95 to place temporary and permanent pavement and for roadway widening.

Motorists should be aware of trucks entering and exiting the roadway from the median and outside shoulders.

Motorists also should be aware of traffic shifts near the ramp to US 92 and just west of I-95.


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I-4 Lane and Ramp Closures From I-95 to Deland

The Florida Department of Transportation is reporting the following lane and ramp closures on Interstate 4 from the I-4/I-95 interchange to Deland.

Project consists of widening I-4 (SR 400) to 6 lanes from east of SR 44 to west of I-95, and reconfiguration of the I-4 and US 92 Interchange. The existing left-hand exit from eastbound I-4 to US 92 will be changed to a right-hand exit. Project also includes 3 animal crossings.

Monday, February 22nd to 26th

Monday – Friday, 7 a.m. – 5 p.m. – Daytime eastbound and westbound outside shoulders of I-4 are closed from SR. 44 to I-95.

Monday – Friday, 8 p.m. – 6 a.m. — Eastbound and westbound lane closures between SR 44 and I-95 can be expected for temporary and permanent pavement for roadway widening.

Motorists should be aware of trucks entering the highway from the median and outside shoulders.

Motorists should be aware of lane shifts on I-4 near SR 44 at the ramp to US 92 and just west of I-95.


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Daytona International Speedway’s $400 Million Project Nears Completion

The world’s first motorsports stadium will be ready for its debut later this month at the Rolex 24 At Daytona Weekend.

After more than two years of redeveloping its nearly mile-long front stretch, Daytona International Speedway’s (DIS) $400 million DAYTONA Rising project is near completion. On Tuesday, DIS received its temporary certificate of occupancy which allows us to begin moving into the facility and fully prepare for the upcoming race season. The world’s first motorsports stadium will be ready for its debut later this month at the Rolex 24 At Daytona Weekend.

Since kicking off the project in July 2013, DIS has celebrated tremendous milestones along the way including the DAYTONA Rising 500 groundbreaking ceremony, the first-ever DAYTONA Rising Escalator Duel to activate the new vertical transportation as well as the recent lighting of the massive identification sign.

“After more than two years of dedication and hard work, we’re thrilled that our new motorsports stadium is nearing completion,” said Daytona International Speedway President Joie Chitwood III. “We’re thankful for the tremendous support from our partners, project team and fans and can’t wait to welcome everyone during the Rolex 24 At Daytona.”

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Daytona Beach Biketoberfest is Here!

It’s hard to overestimate the cool factor when it comes to motorcycle events in Daytona Beach. The beaches beckon, the bikes are works of art, the crowds come from around the world, and the fashion is, well leather-clad cool.

October 15-18, The Original American Beach will host more than 100,000 motorcycle enthusiasts and casual observers for the 23 rd Annual Biketoberfest® motorcycle rally and festival. Sponsors Amsoil, Geico and Sweet Ride Wine will have strong presence throughout the four-day event in which attendees soak up the sun and live music, visit iconic watering holes, and eat at some of the area’s trendy new restaurants.

As for the roar, fans will watch the pros compete in Daytona International Speedway’s world-famous motorcycle races – and they’ll also get a sneak peek at the Speedway’s $400 million “re-imagining” project.

Multiple locations throughout the Daytona Beach area — including Main Street, Riverfront Park and Mary McLeod Bethune Boulevard – will host events, with plenty of music, foods and vendors.

What’s New?

Lively Main Street has just added Sunsetters Riverfront Bar and Grill to its mix. Located on the banks of the scenic Intracoastal Waterway, the location is already a locals’ fave. If you love all things Florida – and who doesn’t? – don’t miss the new Cici and Hyatt Brown Museum of Art, the largest collection of art depicting Florida scenes. Next door, check out the Museum of Arts & Sciences’ new planetarium, with its laser light and music shows.

Love music?
Four solid days of live music in dozens of indoor and outdoor venues will celebrate the cooler riding weather and energetic fall vibe. Enjoy a free concert by Jackyl October 17 in the Coca Cola Pavilion at Bruce Rossmeyer’s Destination Daytona. Home of Daytona Harley-Davidson, this motorcycle mecca features a 109,000-square-foot showroom, an impressive selection of retail and specialty shops, restaurants and bars.

We’ve Got Your Blues.
Start your Daytona Beach getaway a few days early and enjoy the ever-popular Daytona Blues Fest, a Southest Tourism Society Top 20 award winner. This year’s Oct. 9-11 event at historic Jackie Robinson Ballpark is the perfect way to kick off your Biketoberfest® experience, with artists including Janiva Magness and Eddie Cotton, Jr.

Who Wore it Best?
People watching is always a popular attraction at Biketoberfest®. Attendees come from all over the world, and with dozens of event venues scattered throughout the area, there are plenty of places to go, plenty of people to meet and more photo ops than your smart phone can store.

Growing the Fun.
Biketoberfest® is exceeding expectations, both in social media fans and attendees. Digital marketing efforts have helped increase the event’s fan base amongst both younger riders and women. Over the past year, the event has seen its Facebook fans increase from 87,000 to more than 103,000, reinforcing event organizers’ strategy of retaining and enriching current markets while cultivating and growing new markets.

The Perfectly Placed Event.
Bikers who attended Sturgis’ 75th rally in August are well on their way to achieving the Triple Crown of motorcycle rallies. With Daytona Beach Bike Week’s 75th coming up March 4-13, Biketoberfest® makes for the perfect middle stop, for a truly historical motorcycle rally season. Plus, it’s the pivotal event for Daytona Beach’s Festival Capital of Florida fall round-up.

About the Daytona Beach Area and Biketoberfest®
Since 1992, Biketoberfest® has drawn thousands of riders to its motorcycle rally in Daytona Beach every October. The Halifax Area Advertising Authority, dba Daytona Beach Area CVB, is an 11-member board appointed by members of the Volusia County Council who oversee the spending of bed tax funds to market the Daytona Beach area to leisure and business travelers. The Daytona Beach area encompasses Daytona Beach, Daytona Beach Shores, Holly Hill, Ormond Beach, Ormond-By-The-Sea, Ponce Inlet, South Daytona and Wilbur-By-The-Sea. The Daytona Beach area CVB works with area tourism and hospitality-related businesses, nonprofit organizations, and event promoters, to represent the area to potential travelers, tour operators, travel agents, meeting
planners, and travel media. For destination information, visit DaytonaBeach.com.


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