Road Closures in St. Johns County

Check out these road closures in St. Johns County for February 15-21, 2020.

Below is a list of road closures in St. Johns County. However, these closures are subject to change. Visit the Florida Department of Transportation’s blog for information regarding ongoing construction, projects, and traffic impacts.

I-95

Turnbull Swamp: Nighttime lane closures Tuesday and Wednesday from 9 p.m. to 4:30 a.m. 2.7 miles north of State Road 16 for routine bridge maintenance.

State Road A1A South

State Road 206 to the Mantazas Bridge: Daytime lane closures Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. for shoulder repairs.

State Road 16

U.S. 1 to the railroad tracks west of the bridge: Nighttime lane closures Tuesday and Wednesday for installation of a pole for ITS equipment.

State Road 16

Collins Road to U.S. 1: Nighttime lane closures Monday through Thursday from 8:30 p.m. to 6:30 a.m. for lighting work.

State Road 206

Crescent Beach Bridge: Daytime lane closures Monday through Sunday from 5 a.m. to 6 p.m. for bridge repairs.

State Road 207

East of State Road 206 to Vermont Heights: Continuous daytime and nighttime lane closures weekdays for removal of the top layer of asphalt and resurfacing.

U.S. 1

State Road 16 to State Road 207: Daytime moving operations and delays weekdays for pothole repair.

U.S. 1

State Road 206 to the Flagler County line: Daytime lane closures weekdays from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. for removal of the top layer of asphalt and resurfacing and drainage work

Drainage Improvements Underway on Nix Boat Yard Road at U.S. 1

St. Augustine: Access to Nix Boat Yard Road from U.S. 1 will be intermittently unavailable while crews complete drainage work Tuesday, February 18 through Friday, February 21. Motorists may experience traffic delays and are encouraged to seek an alternate route until the work is completed. Drainage structures are being replaced on the north side of Nix Boat Yard Road (map below) to reduce flooding in the area. Lane closures and flagging operations will be necessary Monday through Sunday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Drivers should proceed through the construction zone with caution and adhere to posted signs.

Scheduled to be complete by late March 2020.

Resurfacing of US 1: Flagler County line to SR 206

A milling and resurfacing project began on July 5. It includes the milling and resurfacing of roughly seven miles of roadway, minor drainage work and other construction activities. To complete it, daytime and nighttime lane closures are necessary. However, no lane closures are allowed on southbound U.S. 1 within 600 feet of a signalized intersection Monday through Friday from 4:30 to 7 p.m.

Completion expected in spring of 2020.

Detours on U.S. 17

From July 25 from 9:30 pm to 5:30 am, details will be in place for drivers traveling northbound and southbound on US 17 from Horse Landing Rd to San Mateo Rd. These closures are necessary in order to shift traffic onto new southbound lanes so crews can safely complete construction of new northbound lanes. During this time, access to US 17 from Belle Dr., Gail Dr., and Pineway Ave., are temporarily closed. Utilize San Mateo Rd., Butler Dr., or Horse Landing Rd., to access US 17.

On the night of the detour, northbound and southbound drivers can utilize San Mateo Rd., and Horse Landing Rd., to detour . Residents on the westside of US 17 wishing to travel north or south will detour to Landmark Ave., east on Islander Rd./Butler Dr. and utilize San Mateo Rd. to travel north or south back to US 17.

Expected to be completed by summer 2021.

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