As Florida prepares for Hurricane Idalia, the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) has opened the maximum amount of lanes possible within construction zones to ensure mobility in impact areas. Contractors on these construction projects are currently securing work sites, clearing traffic control devices that are not actively being used to direct traffic, and checking drainage systems.
Tolls have been suspended facilities within the projected path of the storm. Toll suspension effective 4:00 a.m. EST, August 29, 2023.
Impacted facilities include:
- Florida’s Turnpike Mainline
between I-75 (MP 309) and I-4 (MP 259)
- Suncoast Parkway
- I-4 Connector
- Selmon Expressway
- Veterans Expressway
- Pinellas Bayway
- Sunshine Skyway Bridge
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