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Road Closures December 22 – January 1, 2019

Below is a list of road closures in St. Johns County for the week of December 22 – January 4, 2019. Please note, closure is subject to change.

If you are looking for information regarding ongoing construction projects and traffic impacts for December 22 – January 4, 2019 please visit Florida Department of Transportation blog, It will be updated Friday by 5 p.m. with exception to some holidays.

Looking for traffic incidents that may be along your route? You may use the FL511 app, dial 511 or go to

St. Johns County

I-95 from International Golf Parkway to Old St. Augustine Road
Possible traffic pacing operations Sunday through Thursday from midnight to 5 a.m. where traffic is slowed while crews install a utility line near County Road 210 (Exit 329).

Crescent Beach Bridge Rehabilitation Begins Mid-January

The Florida Department of Transportation is scheduled to begin a bridge rehabilitation project on the Crescent Beach Bridge on State Road 206 in mid-January. The rehabilitation work is part of maintenance vital in protecting and extending the lifespan of the structure.

Construction work will include corrosion protection, concrete repairs, and replacing the fishing pier at the bridge. For the safety of the public and construction workers, the fishing pier will be closed to the public during various phases of the project.

To minimize traffic impacts during construction, lane closures will not be allowed from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Lanes may be closed intermittently to allow access of concrete pumping trucks and equipment during construction. The bridge will not be closed to complete work unless unforeseen circumstances occur.

Freyssinet, Inc. is estimated to complete the $3 million project by late 2019, not including specific holidays, special events and unforeseen circumstances.

For more information regarding construction projects, please visit or contact FDOT personnel at 904-831-FDOT.

2019-02-15T16:20:36-04:00April 21st, 2018|Community, St. Augustine News, The Community, Traffic Reports|

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