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Florida Governor Scott: We’re Working Aggressively to Get More Fuel to Gas Stations

Today, Florida Governor Scott made the following statement outlining the steps that are being taken to bring more fuel to Florida gas stations.

Governor Scott said, “We are aggressively working around the clock to bring more fuel to Florida gas stations. I have held calls with the federal government, fuel retailers and oil companies to find ways to address this issue. During these calls, I made it clear to retailers and oil companies that I must know exactly what they need so we can work to get fuel to Floridians fast. We have asked fuel companies to identify ships that are in route to our ports so we can arrange military escorts to get them here faster. To further expedite fuel delivery, I have directed state police to escort fuel trucks to gas stations along evacuation routes. For gas stations in evacuation zones: we need you to stay open as long as possible so people can get out. We will arrange police escorts for your employees so they can get out safely. We need your gas stations to stay open as long as possible.

“All Florida ports are operational and able to accept fuel shipments. Currently, there is a fuel ship in route from a refinery in Mississippi to the Port of Tampa for resupply. I have directed the State Emergency Response Team to arrange a military escort into the port. This is in addition to a ship currently in Tampa that is unloading more than 300,000 barrels of fuel to resupply gas stations in the evacuation zones. Our focus will continue to be getting fuel to Floridians quickly.

“I have also waived restrictions and regulations to expedite the ability of fuel trucks to deliver to stations. Also, at my request, the same restrictions have been waived in Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina and Alabama.

“To all Floridians – if you know you are going to shelter in your county, please take only the fuel you need. You don’t need to fill your tank to the brim to stay in your county. This will help ensure all Floridians will have access to gas.”

Governor Scott has taken the following action to expedite fuel delivery:

  • Governor Scott has directed state police to escort fuel delivery trucks so they can quickly deliver fuel to gas stations along evacuation routes. This includes the Florida Keys, where police evacuation escorts have been offered to identified gas station employees so gas stations can stay open as long as possible.
  • Governor Scott has rescinded all weight and driver restrictions for highways so water, food, fuel and emergency supplies can be quickly brought to Florida.
  • Following a request from Governor Scott, the same restrictions have been waived in Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina and North Carolina.
  • Governor Scott has spoken with President Donald Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, FEMA administrator Brock Long, Department of Energy Secretary Rick Perry, Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt, and Department of Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao about waiving rules and regulations to get gas into Florida quickly.
  • The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has approved an emergency fuel waiver at the Governor’s request which will allow more fuel to quickly enter the state.
  • All Florida ports are operational and are prioritizing fuel shipments.

Fuel Updates

  • The state has worked with fuel suppliers to identify excess fuel in the Western Panhandle to potentially arrange escorts to ensure that there is fuel supply where needed for evacuations.
  • Emergency fuel contractors have secured 1.5 million gallons of fuel for initial delivery and confirmed that additional fuel supply is on standby for future deliveries.
  • The state is working to identify other fuel ships that can be diverted to Florida ports for fuel supply.
  • There is currently a fuel ship in route from a refinery in Mississippi to the Port of Tampa for resupply. The Governor has directed the State Emergency Response Team to arrange a military escort into the port. This is in addition to a ship currently in Tampa that is unloading more than 300,000 barrels of fuel to resupply gas stations in the evacuation zones.

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Hurricane Irma Live Updates: Fuel Availability and Gas Station Outages

Our friends at GasBuddy now maintain a handy app for live updates on fuel availability and gas station outages in states affected by Hurricane Irma.

The app includes a gas-availability tracking system. This includes in-app features and an online tracker to provide information notifying users of gas stations with no fuel or power.

Find gas stations across Florida, Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina currently without fuel due to Hurricane Irma.

For more information and to download the app, click here.


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Lane Closures on I-4 From Deltona to DeBary

The Florida Department of Transportation reports the following lane closures on I-4 from Deltona to DeBary.

  • Thru Friday, 7:30 p.m. – 6 a.m., I-4 westbound single and double lane closures from Saxon Boulevard to St. John’s River Bridge for paving operations. Double lane closures begin at 10:30 p.m.
  • Thru Friday, 7:30 p.m. – 6:30 a.m., I-4 eastbound single and double lane closures between the St. John’s River Bridge and Saxon Boulevard for paving operations. Double lane closures begin at 10:30 p.m.
  • Tentative Ramp Closure and Detour: Wednesday, 11 p.m. – 5 a.m., I-4 westbound exit ramp to Dirksen Drive (Exit 108). Traffic will be detoured to Saxon Boulevard to Enterprise Road and back to Dirksen Drive.

This project involves milling and resurfacing the existing roadway from the St. John’s River Bridge to west of Saxon Boulevard. The project also involves milling and resurfacing the ramps at Exit 108 (DeBary / Deltona), shoulder and drainage improvements, and improvements to the Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) infrastructure.


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Restaurant Discounts for I-4 Road Warriors

Here’s a new website  for those of us looking to save some money on meals for our next trip down I-4.  511Coupons.com points you to coupons, special deals and discounts for restaurants throughout the United States.

Fast food, fast casual, casual, family style, ethnic and fine dining restaurants are all represented on this website. You’ll find just about every national and regional chain here as well, with info on individual offerings.

It’s another great travel tool for anyone planning their next vacation, weekend getaway or business trip. 511Coupons.com


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Ramp and Lane Closures on I-4 in DeBary/Deltona

The Florida Department of Transportation reports the following traffic impacts on Interstate 4. This project involves milling and repaving the existing roadway from St. Johns River Bridge to west of Saxon Boulevard. The project also involves milling and resurfacing the ramps at Exit 108 (DeBary / Deltona), shoulder and drainage improvements, and improvements to the Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) infrastructure.

Lane Closures

Thru Saturday, August 27th, 2016

  • Ramp Closure: Monday – Tuesday, 11 p.m. – 5 a.m., I-4 westbound exit ramp to Dirksen Drive/DeBary Road will be closed. Traffic will be detoured to exit at Saxon Boulevard (Exit 111) westbound and proceed to Enterprise Road. Turn left onto Enterprise round and continue to DeBary Avenue/Dirksen Drive.
  • Ramp Closure: Wednesday – Thursday, 11 p.m. – 5 a.m., Dirksen Drive on ramp to I-4 westbound will be closed. Traffic will be directed to continue west on Dirksen Drive to US 17/92. Turn left onto US 17/92 and proceed to I-4 westbound.
  • Sunday – Thursday, 7:30 p.m. – 6 a.m., I-4 westbound single and double lane closures from Dirksen Drive to St. John’s River Bridge for milling and paving.
  • Sunday – Thursday, 7:30 p.m. – 6:30 a.m., I-4 eastbound single and double lane closures between the St. John’s River Bridge and Dirksen Drive ramp for milling and paving.

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Construction, Lane Closures on I-4 in DeBary/Deltona This Week

The Florida Department of Transportation reports the following construction activities on I-4 in DeBary/Deltona this week:

  • Sunday, July 31st, 2016 to Saturday, August 6th, 2016
    Sunday to Thursday, 7:30 p.m. to 6:00 a.m., I-4 westbound single and double lane closures from Dirksen Drive to St. John’s River Bridge for milling and paving.
  • Sunday to Thursday, 7:30 p.m. to 6:30 a.m., I-4 eastbound single and double lane closures between the St. John’s River Bridge and Dirksen Drive ramp for milling and paving.

This project involves milling and repaving the existing roadway from St. Johns River Bridge to west of Saxon Boulevard. The project also involves milling and resurfacing the ramps at Exit 108 (DeBary / Deltona), shoulder and drainage improvements, and improvements to the Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) infrastructure.


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Double Lane Closures on I-4 in DeBary/Deltona This Week

The Florida Department of Transportation reports that there will be lane closures on Interstate 4 during the following times this week:

  • Sunday – Thursday, 10:30 p.m. – 5:30 a.m., I-4 westbound double lane closures approaching St. John’s River Bridge for milling and paving.
  • Sunday – Thursday, 10:30 p.m. – 6 a.m., I-4 eastbound double lane closures between the St. John’s River Bridge and Dirksen Drive ramp for milling and paving.

This project involves milling and repaving the existing roadway from St. Johns River Bridge to west of Saxon Boulevard. The project also involves milling and resurfacing the ramps at Exit 108 (DeBary / Deltona), shoulder and drainage improvements, and improvements to the Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) infrastructure.


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I-4 Lane Closures in the DeBary/Deltona Area Next Week

The Florida Department of Transportation reports the following lane closures on Interstate 4 in the DeBary/Deltona area next week:

Sunday, June  19 to Thursday, June 23 motorists can expect I-4 eastbound and westbound lane closures as follows:

  • 7:30 p.m. – 6:00 a.m., I-4 single westbound lane closures possible between the St. John’s River Bridge and Saxon Boulevard.
  • 7:30 p.m. – 6:30 a.m., I-4 eastbound single lane closures possible between the St. John’s River Bridge and Saxon Boulevard.
  • 10:30 p.m. – 5:30 a.m., I-4 eastbound and westbound double lane closures possible between the St. John’s River Bridge and Saxon Boulevard.

This project involves milling and repaving the existing roadway from St. Johns River Bridge to west of Saxon Boulevard. The project also involves milling and resurfacing the ramps at Exit 108 (DeBary / Deltona), shoulder and drainage improvements, and improvements to the Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) infrastructure.


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Ramp and Shoulder Construction on I-4 in DeBary/Deltona Thru June 11

The Florida Department of Transportation reports that construction on I-4 from St. Johns River Bridge to west of Saxon Boulevard, will result in lane closures thru June 11, 2016.

This I-4 construction  involves milling and repaving the existing roadway.  The project also involves milling and resurfacing the ramps at Exit 108 (DeBary / Deltona), shoulder and drainage improvements, and improvements to the Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) infrastructure.

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

  • Sunday – Thursday (June 5 – June 9): 7:30 p.m. – 6:30 a.m., single eastbound I-4 lane closures from east of the St. John’s River Bridge to west of Saxon Boulevard.
  • Sunday – Thursday (June 5 – June 9): 10:30 p.m. – 6:00 a.m., possible double lane closures eastbound I-4 between the St. John’s River Bridge and Saxon Boulevard.

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I-4 Ramp Closures in DeBary, Deltona This Week

The Florida Department of Transportation reports lane closures on Interstate 4 thru Saturday, May 14th, 2016:

Monday – Tuesday, 11 p.m. – 5 a.m., entrance ramp from Dirksen Drive to I-4 westbound will be closed for guardrail installation. Detour via US 17/92.

Wednesday – Thursday, 7:30 p.m. – 6:30 a.m., outside eastbound lane closure east of Exit 108.

This project involves milling and repaving the existing roadway from St. Johns River Bridge to west of Saxon Boulevard. The project also involves milling and resurfacing the ramps at Exit 108 (DeBary / Deltona), shoulder and drainage improvements, and improvements to the Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) infrastructure.


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