FDOT: Drivers should expect delays after I-95 lane shift
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- A new lane shift on Interstate 95 will last about eight months as crews continue to work on the Overland Bridge.
Northbound lanes of I-95 just south of the Fuller Warren Bridge have moved to accommodate the construction. The Florida Department of Transportation says drivers could experience delays in that area. The new pattern puts motorists closer to the inside median as crews expand the roadway.
FDOT says the Overland Bridge Project is now 20 percent complete. Between now and the summer of 2016, crews plan to replace overpasses at Hendricks Avenue, Kings Avenue and Montana Avenue while add more lanes near downtown.
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