Current Road Work Updates

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See the map and table below for current road work with possible lane and full road closures. Some closures are intermittent or overnight. See "Notes" for more information. Additional construction projects are listed below for FDOT (State) roadways. Visit our Smart Traffic website for live updates and traffic camera views of our roads.

Current Road work INCLUDING POSSIBLE Closures

Construction Projects - FDOT Roadways

Updated September 17th, 2020

I-75 at SR 70 Interchange (Exit 217): Construction project: This week, crews will work on widening I-75, the ramps, and SR 70. Crews are also working on the retaining walls, excavating interchange and SR 70 stormwater ponds and drainage, and working on the bridges over SR 70 and the Braden River.

 

  • Motorists should expect lane closures on I-75 during nighttime/overnight hours from 8:45 p.m. to 6 a.m. (northbound) or 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. (southbound) through the duration of the construction.

     

  • Motorists should expect lane closures on SR 70 during nighttime/overnight hours from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. through the duration of the construction.

     

  • Motorists should expect lane shifts on I-75 and SR 70 through the duration of the construction.

     

  • Drivers should exercise caution and be aware of construction vehicles entering and exiting the interstate through the duration of the construction.

 

Variable message signs will be in place to alert drivers that work is underway. Estimated completion is mid-2021. The contractor is Sacyr Construction USA, LLC.

 

US 301 (State Road 43) from 2nd Avenue to 51st Avenue: Construction project: Crews are resurfacing the roadway, improving drainage, installing guardrail and highway lighting, and improving the railroad crossing. Expect nighttime/overnight lane closures from 9 p.m. to 5:30 a.m. and possible daytime lane closures from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. during construction. Superior Asphalt, Inc. is the contractor. Expected completion is fall 2020.

 

US 19 from US 41 to Terra Ceia Road: Construction project: Crews are resurfacing the roadway, improving drainage and constructing a sidewalk. Expect daytime single lane closures between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. and nighttime/overnight lane closures between 7 p.m. and 6 a.m. throughout construction. AJAX Paving Industries of Florida is the contractor. Expected completion is early 2021.

 

SR 684/Cortez Road from 123rd Street W to 119th Street W and from 123rd Street W to 86th Street W: Construction project: Crews are realigning the intersection of SR 684/Cortez Road and 119th Street W, resurfacing the roadway, improving drainage, constructing a sidewalk and installing new highway lighting. Expect nighttime/overnight lane closures from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. on SR 684/Cortez Road and on 119th Street W (both north and southside). Daytime lane closures from east of 119th Street W to 86th Street W within the four-lane section of SR 684/Cortez Road are expected from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. over the next few weeks. AJAX Paving Industries of Florida, LLC is the contractor. Expected completion is late 2020.

 

  • Starting as early as September 28, there will be a new traffic pattern, shifting construction to the north side of Cortez Road.  Thru traffic will then use the south side of Cortez Road.

     

  • Also, with the traffic shift to the north side of Cortez Road, the two outbound lanes of Harbor Landing Drive will be closed.  Traffic into Harbor Landings will be detoured to the west on 127th Street, and the Cortez Road entrance lanes will then become the Harbor Landings exit.

     

  • Please watch for crews and use caution when traveling through the project corridor.

 

SR 64/Manatee Avenue at the railroad crossing between US 41 and Business US 41: Construction project: Crews are installing Rail Dynamic Envelopes (RDE), which are pavement markings at rail crossings used to delineate the area around at-grade railroad crossings where vehicles should not stop.  This week, crews will be installing striping at the crossing.  The contractor is Acme Barricades. Expected completion is mid fall 2020, weather permitting.


SR 64/6th Avenue W at the railroad crossing between US 41 and Business US 41 in:
Construction project: Crews are installing Rail Dynamic Envelopes (RDE), which are pavement markings at rail crossings that are used to delineate the area around at-grade railroad crossings where vehicles should not stop.  This week, crews will be installing striping at the crossing.  The contractor is Acme Barricades. Expected completion is mid September 2020, weather permitting.

 

SR 64 at Rye Road Roundabout: Construction project: Crews are constructing a multi-lane roundabout, resurfacing the roadway, improving drainage, and installing new highway lighting and landscaping. Crews will be working on the median and roundabout center island on drainage, curbs, and the truck apron around the center island.  IBT Construction is the contractor. Expected completion is scheduled for fall 2020.

 

  • Motorists should expect flagging operations Sunday, September 20, through Friday, September 25, during nighttime/ overnight hours from 8 p.m. to 7 a.m.

     

  • Motorists should use caution, reduce speed, and pay close attention to traffic patterns.

 

SR 64 at Greyhawk Boulevard/Pope Road: Construction project: Construction of  a roundabout at SR 64 and Greyhawk Boulevard/Pope Road includes installing pedestrian activated crossings on all legs of the roundabout, adding lighting and landscaping, and installing a new traffic signal and crosswalks at SR 64 and 117th Street East.  The contractor is Watson Civil Construction, Inc. Expected completion is summer 2021, weather permitting.

 

  • Pope Road is closed to thru traffic, utilize the roundabout at SR 64 and White Eagle Boulevard/Rye Road.

     

  • The Eastbound travel lanes have been reduced to one lane and shifted to the north side of the median through the project.

     

  • Travel for both westbound and eastbound traffic has been reduced to one lane in each direction throughout the project limits at the Greyhawk and Pope Road intersection.

     

  • Signal work will be taking place at 117th Street East, most of the work will be performed outside of the roadway at this time. There are tentative lane closures scheduled on SR 64 for signal pole installations at various times during the week.