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Palm Beach County Traffic Report Sept. 23 through Sept. 30

PALM BEACH COUNTY – Palm Beach County traffic will be affected this week by ongoing construction projects and maintenance work, Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) officials report. Weather permitting; closures will be in effect on I-95 and in other areas throughout Palm Beach County for construction activities.

For around-the-clock, real-time, I-95 traffic information, call 511. To view real-time video of I-95 in Palm Beach County, visit the Florida Department of Transportation’s Palm Beach SMART SunGuide Transportation Management Center (TMC) website at www.smartsunguide.com. FDOT and the SunGuide™ Partners provide these free services. For updated lane closure information, please refer to www.d4fdot.com. Follow us on Twitter at MyFDOT_SEFL.

I-95 Corridor Projects: I-95 Interchange from Hillsboro Boulevard to SW 10th Street

Construction on this 1.5-mile project began Monday, January 26, 2015, in the City of Deerfield Beach. Work consists of widening southbound I-95 to add an auxiliary lane from the Hillsboro Boulevard entrance ramp to the SW 10th Street exit ramp, widening the existing southbound I-95 exit ramp to SW 10th Street, addition of a free flow right turn lane to westbound SW 10th Street, widening of westbound SW 10th Street to add an acceleration lane, utility relocation, milling and resurfacing, bridge widening, installation of barrier walls, curbs, sidewalks, guardrail, drainage, overhead signs, signing and pavement markings, signals, lighting, and retaining walls. This is the first of five interchange improvement projects throughout Broward and Palm Beach Counties. The combined project cost for all five projects is an estimated $32.5 million. Work is being performed by Community Asphalt Corp. and is expected to be completed summer 2017.

Restrictions: The outside lanes of I-95 southbound, between Hillsboro Boulevard and SW 10th Street, will be closed, nightly, with the first lane closing at 9 p.m., the second lane closing 10 p.m. and the third lane, if needed, closing 12:30 a.m., until 5 a.m., Sunday, Sept. 25 through Friday morning, Sept. 30. Two lanes of westbound SW 10th Street will be closed, nightly, 9 p.m. until 5 a.m., Sunday, Sept. 25 through Friday morning, Sept. 30. The north sidewalk on SW 10th Street, between SW 12th Avenue and SW Natura Boulevard, is closed completely through December 2016 for construction activities. Pedestrians will be detoured to the south sidewalk; signage is in place to assist. Ramp Impacts: The I-95 southbound exit ramp to SW 10th Street will undergo a full closure, nightly, 9 p.m. until 5 a.m., Sunday, Sept. 25 through Friday morning, Sept. 30. Traffic will be detoured via Hillsboro Boulevard. Traffic on the southbound I-95 exit ramp to SW 10th Street has been shifted to the east. Please see detour flyer attached. For more information, please contact Andrea Pacini, Public Information Officer, at 561-214-3358.

I-95 Interchange at Spanish River Boulevard: Construction on this 2.5-mile project began Monday, January 13, 2014, in the City of Boca Raton. Work consists of constructing a new interchange at Spanish River Boulevard and I-95, widening Spanish River Boulevard west of FAU Boulevard, constructing 13 bridges between Spanish River Boulevard and Yamato Road, signalized intersection improvements and the addition of auxiliary lanes on Yamato Road, and sound wall construction along Yamato Road and on the east side of I-95 north of Yamato Road. The project costs an estimated $69 million. The work is being performed by Astaldi Construction and is expected to be completed summer 2017.

Restrictions: Mainline impacts: I-95 northbound and southbound, between Glades Road and Congress Avenue, may have up to three lanes closed, as needed, nightly, with the first lane closing at 9 p.m., and the second lane and third lanes, if needed, closing 11 p.m. until 5 a.m., Sunday night, Sept. 25 through Friday morning, Sept. 30. Advanced Notice: I-95 northbound pacing operations are scheduled, nightly, 11 p.m. until 5 a.m., Monday, Oct. 3 and Tuesday night, Oct. 4. FHP will restrict northbound I-95 traffic beginning at SW 10th Street; motorists can expect a half hour delay. The I-95 northbound entrance ramps from westbound and eastbound Glades Road will be closed, 10 p.m. until 5 a.m., Monday, Oct. 3 and Tuesday, Oct. 4 in conjunction with the pacing operation; traffic will be detoured via US 1.

Ramp impacts: The I-95 southbound exit ramp to Yamato Road will be closed nightly, as needed, 10 p.m. until 5 a.m., Sunday, Sept. 25 through Friday morning, Sept. 30; traffic will be detoured via Glades Road. The I-95 southbound entrance ramp from eastbound Yamato Road will be closed nightly, as needed, 10 p.m. until 5 a.m., Sunday, Sept. 25 through Friday morning, Sept. 30. The I-95 northbound exit ramp to eastbound Yamato Road will be closed, as needed, 10 p.m. until 5 a.m., Sunday, Sept. 25 through Friday morning, Sept. 30; Traffic will be detoured via the westbound exit ramp to Yamato Road. The I-95 northbound exit ramp to westbound Yamato Road will be closed, as needed, 9 p.m. until 5 a.m., Sunday, Sept. 25 through Friday morning, Sept. 30; Traffic will be detoured via I-95 and Congress Avenue. Please note: The I-95 southbound exit ramp to Yamato Road and the I-95 northbound exit ramps to Yamato Road will not be closed at the same time. Please see detour flyers attached.

Yamato Road impacts: Yamato Road, from the southbound I-95 entrance ramp from eastbound Yamato Road, to the northbound I-95 exit ramp to eastbound Yamato Road, will have one eastbound lane and one westbound lane closed, daily, 9 a.m. until 3 p.m., Monday, Sept. 26 through Friday, Sept. 30, and nightly, 9 p.m. until 6 a.m., Sunday, Sept. 25 through Friday morning, Sept. 30. Yamato Road eastbound traffic will be shifted to the outside to allow for median construction will occur, nighty, 9 p.m. until 5 a.m., Sunday night, Sept. 25 and Monday night, Sept. 26.

Spanish River Boulevard impacts: Spanish River Boulevard will have one outside westbound lane closed, daily, 9 a.m. until 3 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 25 through Friday morning, Sept. 30.

Trail impacts: The T-Rex Trail is closed through December 2016 to facilitate safe construction of the Spanish River Boulevard bridges over I-95. During this closure, pedestrian traffic will be detoured via Technology Way. Please see detour flyer attached. For more information, please contact Andrea Pacini, Public Information Officer, at 561-214-3358.

I-95 Interchange Improvements at Woolbright Road: Construction on this 0.354-mile project began Monday, January 25, 2016, in the City of Boynton Beach. Work consists of widening Woolbright Road from SW 18th Street to SW 2nd Street, including roadway approaches and bridges over I-95 and the railroad tracks to provide dual eastbound left turn lanes onto northbound I-95, widening the I-95 northbound entrance ramp to receive the newly constructed dual eastbound left turn lanes, reconstructing the southbound exit ramp to provide free-flow right turn onto westbound Woolbright Road, retrofitting the railings on the Woolbright Road bridges over I-95 and the railroad to meet current criteria, and milling and resurfacing the entire width of Woolbright Road, and along the I-95 ramps within project limits. Other improvements include utility relocation, bridge construction, installation of barrier walls, curbs, sidewalks, guardrail, drainage, overhead signs, signing and pavement markings, signals, lighting, and retaining walls. This is the fourth of five interchange improvement projects throughout Broward and Palm Beach Counties. The combined project cost for all five projects is an estimated $32.5 million. Work is being performed by Community Asphalt Corp. and is expected to be completed summer 2017.

Restrictions: I-95 southbound, between Boynton Beach Boulevard and West Atlantic Avenue, will be closed, nightly, with the first lane closing at 9 p.m., the second lane closing 10 p.m. and the third lane, if needed, closing 12:30 a.m., until 5 a.m., Sunday, Sept. 25 through Friday morning, Sept. 30. Woolbright Road, from SW 8th Street to SW 2nd Street, will have one lane closed in each direction, nightly, 9 p.m. until 5 a.m., Sunday, Sept. 25 through Friday morning, Sept. 30. The north sidewalk on Woolbright Road, between SW 8th Street and SW 2nd Street, is closed completely through February 2017 for construction activities. Pedestrians will be detoured to the south sidewalk; signage is in place to assist. Ramp Impacts: The I-95 southbound exit ramp to Woolbright Road will be closed, nightly, 9 p.m. until 5 a.m., Sunday, Sept. 25 through Friday morning, Sept. 30. Traffic will be detoured via Boynton Beach Boulevard. The I-95 northbound entrance ramp from Woolbright Road will be closed, nightly, 9 p.m. until 5 a.m., Sunday, Sept. 25 through Friday morning, Sept. 30. Please see detour flyers attached. For more information, please contact Andrea Pacini, 561-214-3358.

I-95 Interchange at Hypoluxo Road: Construction on this 0.5-mile project began Monday, June 22, 2015, in the Town of Lantana. Work consists of reconfiguring the existing Hypoluxo roadway approaches and bridges over I-95 and the CSX railroad tracks, constructing dual eastbound left turn lanes onto I-95, widening the existing southbound exit ramp to lengthen the turn lanes, retrofitting existing bridge railings to meet current criteria, utility relocation, and installation of barrier walls, curbs, sidewalks, drainage, overhead signs, signing and pavement markings, signals, lighting and retaining walls. This is the second of five interchange improvement projects throughout Broward and Palm Beach Counties. The combined project cost for all five projects is an estimated $32.5 million. Work is being performed by Community Asphalt Corp. and is expected to be completed summer 2017.

Restrictions: The outside lanes of I-95 southbound, between Lantana Road and Hypoluxo Road, will be closed, nightly, with the first lane closing at 9 p.m., the second lane closing 10 p.m. and the third lane, if needed, closing 12:30 a.m., until 5 a.m., Sunday, Sept. 25 through Friday morning, Sept. 30. Hypoluxo Road, from Seacrest Boulevard to just west of the I-95 southbound exit ramp, will have two lanes closed in each direction, nightly, 9 p.m. until 5 a.m., Sunday, Sept. 25 through Friday morning, Sept. 30. The south sidewalk of Hypoluxo Road, from Seacrest Boulevard, to just west of I-95, will be closed, as needed, for construction activities. Ramp Impacts: The southbound I-95 exit ramp to Hypoluxo Road will undergo a full closure, nightly, 9 p.m. until 5 a.m., Sunday, Sept. 25 through Friday morning, Sept. 30. Traffic will be detoured via Lantana Road. The southbound I-95 entrance ramp from Hypoluxo Road will undergo a full closure, nightly, 9 p.m. until 5 a.m., Sunday, Sept. 25 through Friday morning, Sept. 30. Traffic will be detoured to Gateway Boulevard via Congress Avenue. Please see detour flyers attached. For more information, please contact Andrea Pacini, 561-214-3358.

I-95 Interchange Improvements at 10th Avenue North: Construction on this 0.579-mile project began Monday, November 2, 2015, in the City of Lake Worth. Work consists of widening 10th Avenue North, from Barnett Drive to “A” Street, including roadway approaches and bridges over I-95 and the railroad tracks to provide dual eastbound turn lanes onto I-95, widening the I-95 northbound entrance ramp to receive the newly constructed dual eastbound left turn lanes, and widening the existing three-lane I-95 southbound exit ramp to four lanes to provide dual left and dual right turns. Other improvements include utility relocation, bridge construction, installation of barrier walls, curbs, sidewalks, guardrail, drainage, overhead signs, signing and pavement markings, signals, lighting, and retaining walls. This is the third of five interchange improvement projects throughout Broward and Palm Beach Counties. The combined project cost for all five projects is an estimated $32.5 million. Work is being performed by Community Asphalt Corp. and is expected to be completed summer 2017.

Restrictions: The inside lanes of I-95 northbound and southbound, between Forest Hill Boulevard and 6th Ave., will be closed, nightly, with the first lane closing at 9 p.m., the second lane closing 10 p.m. and the third lane, if needed, closing 12:30 a.m., until 5 a.m., Sunday, Sept. 25 through Friday morning, Sept. 30. 10th Avenue North, from Barnett Drive to North A Street, will have two eastbound lanes closed, nightly, 9 p.m. until 5 a.m., Sunday, Sept. 25 through Friday morning, Sept. 30. The south sidewalk on 10th Avenue North, between Barnett Drive and North A Street, is closed completely through December 2016 for construction activities. Pedestrians will be detoured to the north sidewalk; signage is in place to assist. Ramp Impacts – Advanced Notice: The I-95 southbound entrance ramp from 10th Avenue North will undergo a full closure, nightly, Sunday, Oct. 2 through Friday morning, Oct. 7. Traffic will be detoured via Congress Avenue. The I-95 northbound exit ramp to 10th Avenue north will undergo a full closure, nightly, Sunday, Oct. 2 through Friday morning, Oct. 7. Traffic will be detoured via 6th Avenue North. Please see detour flyers attached. For more information, please contact Andrea Pacini, 561-214-3358.

I-95 Interchange Improvements at Donald Ross Road: Construction on this 0.555-mile project began Sunday, April 3, 2016, in the Town of Jupiter. Work consists of widening the I-95 northbound exit ramp and the I-95 southbound exit to accommodate a triple right turn and a triple left turn to eastbound Donald Ross Road, modifying lanes on Donald Ross Road to provide a triple left turn onto the I-95 southbound entrance ramp, widening the southbound entrance ramp to I-95 to accommodate the triple left turn from Donald Ross Road, and removing old asphalt and resurfacing existing pavement. Other improvements include utility relocation, installation of barrier walls, curbs, sidewalks, guardrail, drainage, overhead signs, signing and pavement markings, signals, lighting, and retaining walls. This is the fifth of five interchange improvement projects throughout Broward and Palm Beach Counties. The combined project cost for all five projects is an estimated $32.5 million. Work is being performed by Community Asphalt Corp. and is expected to be completed summer 2017.

Restrictions: Donald Ross Road, from 54th Way North to Heights Boulevard, will have two lanes closed in each direction, nightly, 9 p.m. until 5 a.m., Sunday, Sept. 25 through Friday morning, Sept. 30, with the first lane closing at 9 p.m. and the second lane closing 10 p.m.; traffic has been shifted to the north. The south sidewalk will be closed intermittently, as needed, for construction activities. Pedestrian traffic will be re-directed to the north sidewalk. For more information, please contact Andrea Pacini, 561-214-3358.

I-95 Southbound Entrance Ramp from westbound Indiantown Road Epoxy Overlay: Construction on this 0.7-mile project began Wednesday, July 27, 2016, in the Town of Jupiter. Work consists of milling and resurfacing the I-95 southbound entrance ramp from westbound Indiantown Road, minor widening, placement of a high-friction epoxy overlay, installation of wet pavement sensors and triggered flashing warning beacons (ITS Road Weather Information System), and signing and pavement markings. The project cost is an estimated $647,603.95. Work is being performed by Jones Benitez Corporation and is expected to be completed in late summer 2016.

Restrictions: The outside lane of the I-95 southbound entrance ramp from Indiantown Road may be closed, 9 p.m. until 6 a.m., Sunday night through Friday morning. Full ramp closure: The I-95 southbound entrance ramp from Indiantown Road will undergo a full closure, 9 p.m. until 6 a.m., Sunday night through Friday morning, through Friday, Oct. 7, 2016. Motorists may detour via westbound Indiantown Road west of I-95, making a U-turn to head eastbound on Indiantown Road to the I-95 southbound entrance ramp. Please see detour flyer attached.

Central Palm Beach County Projects:: Forest Hill Boulevard (State Road 882), east of Olive Tree Boulevard to east of Jog Road: Construction on this 0.44-mile project began Thursday, May 12, 2016, in the City of Greenacres. Work includes milling and resurfacing the roadway, ADA upgrades, widening to accommodate for bike lanes, sidewalk reconstruction and upgrades, drainage improvements, and signing and pavement markings. The project cost is an estimated $1.3 million. The work is being performed by Arc Electric, Inc., and is expected to be completed late summer 2016.

Restrictions: One lane may be closed in each direction, daily, 9:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m., Monday through Saturday, with two lanes closed nightly, 8 p.m. until 5:30 a.m., Monday night through Saturday morning, through October 2016. Two lanes of Jog Road at Forest Hill Boulevard may be closed in each direction, 8 p.m. until 5:30 a.m., Monday night through Saturday morning, through October 2016.

Flagler Memorial Bridge Replacement Project: This 0.66-mile Design/Build project includes replacing the existing bascule (draw) bridge with a new bascule bridge connecting the Town of Palm Beach and the City of West Palm Beach over the Lake Worth Lagoon and the Intracoastal Waterway (ICWW). The Flagler Drive overpass will be replaced with an “at-grade” intersection. New lighting, pedestrian features, traffic signals, drainage and landscaping are also included. The Design/Build team for this project is PCL Civil Constructers and Hardesty & Hanover. New Millennium Engineering, Inc. provides Construction Engineering and Inspection services on behalf of FDOT. Active construction began on Sept. 10, 2012 and will last until spring 2017. The estimated construction cost is $105 million.

Restriction: One northbound lane of Olive Avenue at State Road A1A/Quadrille Boulevard will be closed between 9 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 26. Pedestrians will be diverted from the east side of Olive Avenue to the west side of Olive Avenue until curb and sidewalk replacements are completed on the southeast corner of Olive Avenue and State Road A1A/Quadrille Boulevard.

Flagler Drive is closed in both directions from 4 Street to the Flagler Memorial Bridge around–the–clock until late fall 2016 while workers reconstruct the road in this area. The following detours are in place:

Drivers going north on Flagler Drive from south of 4Street should: Go west on Banyan Boulevard; Go north on N. Dixie Highway; Go east on Palm Beach Lakes Boulevard to Flagler Drive

Drivers going south on Flagler Drive from north of the bridge should: Go north/south on Flagler Drive to Palm Beach Lakes Boulevard; Go west on Palm Beach Lakes Boulevard; Go south on N. Dixie Highway; Go east on Banyan Boulevard to Flagler Drive

Drivers going west on Flagler Memorial Bridge should: Go north on Flagler Drive to Palm Beach Lakes Boulevard; Go west on Palm Beach Lakes Boulevard; Go south on N. Dixie Highway; Go east on Banyan Boulevard to Flagler Drive

Marine Restrictions: The navigable Intracoastal Waterway (ICCW) through the Flagler Memorial Bridge will have half-channel closures through October 2016. During half-channel closures, the horizontal clearance through the bridge is 35 feet. The existing Flagler Memorial Bridge opens for marine traffic once per hour at 15 minutes past the hour except for 8:15 a.m. and 4:15 p.m., Monday through Friday, when the bridge remains down for rush hour traffic. Intermittent full-channel closures may be necessary to perform project-related work. Full-channel closures are coordinated in advance with the U.S. Coast Guard. The schedule of channel restrictions can be found on the Flagler Bridge website: www.FlaglerBridge.com and is published in the U.S. Coast Guard’s Local Notice to Mariners at www.navcen.uscg.gov.

Northern Palm Beach County Projects:

State Road 710/Beeline Highway “Phase C” from Australian Avenue to President Barack Obama Highway: This 0.819-mile widening project began Monday, January 4, 2016, in the City of Riviera Beach. Work includes widening the existing roadway from two (2) to four (4) lanes, adding four (4) foot bike lanes and sidewalks, adding a new frontage road for residences, installing median, curb & gutter, and a perimeter wall (in 2 locations), drainage improvements, water and sewer improvements (funded by the City of Riviera Beach), and upgrades to signing and pavement markings, signalization, and lighting. The work is being performed by JW Cheatham, LLC, and is expected to be completed spring 2019. The estimated construction cost is $17.4 million.

Restrictions: 7th Street at Australian Avenue may have temporary closures for underground utility work, 7 a.m. until 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Motorists will be able to pass through the work zone during this time. President Barack Obama Highway may have one lane closed in each direction, from 4th Street to 13th Street, 8 a.m. until 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. Australian Avenue may have one lane closed in each direction, 8 a.m. until 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. Avenue I, from State Road 710 to 10th Street, may have single lane closures, 7 a.m. until 3 p.m., Monday through Friday. Avenue J temporary full closure: Beginning Monday, Sept. 26, Avenue J, from State Road 710 south to 7th Street, will undergo a full around-the-clock closure through Friday, Oct. 14, for road construction. Motorists may detour via Australian Avenue or Avenue I to access 7th Street. Please see detour flyer attached.

State Road 809/Military Trail Lighting Project from Shiloh Drive to State Road 710 (Beeline Highway): This 3-mile lighting project began Monday, January 11, 2016, in the City of Riviera Beach. Work included lighting improvements along Military Trail, which included installing conduit and performing utility relocations. The work was performed by Carr Construction, and completed Sept. 23, 2016. The estimated construction cost is $590, 397.69.

Restrictions: This project was final accepted by the Florida Department of Transportation on Friday, Sept. 23, 2016.

PGA Boulevard, from State Road 710 to the C-18 Canal: This 1.9-mile design-build project began Friday, June 19, 2015, in the City of Palm Beach Gardens. Work includes designing and raising the existing roadway to create a 2-lane undivided roadway, and construction of a new single span bridge, with new drainage and wildlife crossing. The work is being performed by Ranger Construction Industries, Inc., and is expected to be completed fall 2016. The estimated construction cost is $9.47 million.

Restrictions: One lane may be closed in each direction, 7 a.m. until 7 p.m., Monday through Saturday. Flagmen will be on-site to direct traffic, as needed. Traffic has also been shifted to temporary outside lanes on the north and south sides of the bridge, to allow for bridge construction in the center portion of the roadway. Traffic will remain in this configuration through approximately October 2016.

US 1 Jupiter Federal Bridge on US 1 over the Loxahatchee River: This 0.16-mile bridge rehabilitation project began Monday, June 13, 2016, in the Town of Jupiter. Work includes the repair and rehabilitation of 13 bridge pilings, adding jackets to reinforce the existing precast concrete pilings on the fixed bridge approach spans. The work is being performed by Southern Road and Bridge, LLC and is expected to be completed in early fall 2016. The estimated construction cost is $281,874.

Restrictions: All lanes are open.

State Road 710 from the Pratt Whitney Entrance to the Palm Beach/Martin County Line: This 6-mile widening and resurfacing project began Monday, October 20, 2014, in the Town of Jupiter. Work includes design and construction of a four (4) lane divided roadway and median, installation of new traffic signal at the State Road 710/Indiantown Road intersection, and lighting, signage, and striping upgrades. The work is being performed by Ranger Construction Industries, Inc., and is expected to be completed winter 2016. The estimated construction cost is $21.9 million.

Restrictions: One lane of traffic is open in each direction through fall 2016, while the contractor removes and rebuilds the existing roadway.

Western Palm Beach County Projects:

State Road 80 Bridge Rehabilitation, #930354 & #930355 just east of State Road 700: This 0.44-mile bridge rehabilitation project began Wednesday, July 29, 2015, in the Town of Loxahatchee. Work includes replacing the current bridge structure with reinforced concrete deck, Class V finish, and drainage installation along the length of the bridge. The work is being performed by Morrison-Cobalt JV, and is expected to be completed fall 2016. The estimated construction cost is $2.2 million.

Restrictions: Bridge construction is completed; both lanes of traffic are open in each direction. However, daily intermittent single lane closures may be needed for final inspections through September 2016.

State Road 715, from State Road 717 to State Road 15 (US 441): This 9.974-mile improvement project began Monday, January 25, 2016, in the City of Belle Glade and the City of Pahokee. Work includes milling and resurfacing the roadway, minor shoulder and roadway reconstruction, new sidewalk and guardrail installation, and signal, signage, and pavement marking improvements. The work is being performed by Community Asphalt Corporation, and is expected to be completed fall 2016. The estimated construction cost is $7.6 million.

Restrictions: One lane may be closed in each direction, intermittently, 6 a.m. until 8 p.m., daily, and 7 p.m. until 7 a.m., nightly, Sunday night through Friday morning, through October 2016.

Maintenance, Utility and Permit Closures:

Restrictions: Okeechobee Boulevard at Rosemary Avenue may have daily lane closures in each direction, 9 a.m. until 5:30 p.m., eastbound, and 7 a.m. until 3:30 p.m., westbound, Monday through Friday, through Friday, Oct. 7, related to construction at City Place. For more information, please contact Project Manager JJ Kopelakis at 561-722-1066.

Restrictions: Lake Worth Road, from Military Trail to west of Empire Way, in Lake Worth, may have one westbound lane closed, 9 a.m. until 4 p.m., Monday through Friday, for drilled shaft installation. In conjunction with this closure, Empire Way at Lake Worth Road may have one southbound lane closed, 9 a.m. until 4 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Restrictions: Advanced notice: Flagler Drive, just south of Southern Boulevard, will undergo an around-the-clock full closure beginning Monday, Sept. 26, through Friday, Oct. 7, for water and sewer utility work. Motorists may detour via Washington Road to Worth Court North to Flagler Drive. For more information, please contact Project Manager Vernon Hackett at 772-359-8673.

Restrictions: Congress Avenue at Riddle Road, in the Village of Palm Springs, may have intermittent lane closures in each direction, 9 a.m. until 3 p.m., Monday through Friday, through September 2016, for work related to building construction adjacent to the roadway. For more information, please contact Project Manager Sean Carr at 863-824-0409.

Restrictions: The S. Congress Avenue and Forest Hill Boulevard intersection, in the Village of Palm Springs, may have intermittent lane closures in each direction, 9 a.m. and 3 p.m., Monday through Friday, for work related to the Wawa construction project, through Friday, Oct. 7. For more information, please contact Project Manager Carl Barone at 561-667-5910.

Restrictions: Military Trail, from Yamato Road to Clint Moore Road, in the City of Boca Raton, will have intermittent lane closures in each direction for FPL pole relocation. For more information, please contact Palm Beach County Engineering at 561-684-4000.

Restrictions: Three westbound though lanes have been reduced to a single lane on Woolbright Road. Woolbright Road will be a single lane only from S.W. 8th Street/Corporate Drive to S. Congress Avenue. Delays are expected from Interstate 95 to S. Congress Avenue. Westbound traffic from Interstate 95 to Congress Avenue are encouraged to take W. Boynton Beach Boulevard west to Congress Avenue then south to Woolbright Road. The westbound right lane is also closed from Congress Avenue to west of Boynton Beach Fire Station # 2. The eastbound right lane is closed from west of S.W. 8th Street/Corporate Drive to Interstate 95. Lane closures are expected to last for through October 2016. For more information, please contact Palm Beach County Engineering at 561-684-4000.

Restrictions: Military Trail and Victoria Falls Boulevard, in the City of Palm Beach Gardens, will have periodic lane closures for signal construction. For more information, please contact Palm Beach County Engineering at 561-684-4000.

Restrictions: PGA Boulevard and Ellison Wilson Road, in the City of Palm Beach Gardens, will have the eastbound right turn lane closed periodically for signalization upgrades. For more information, please contact Palm Beach County Engineering at 561-684-4000.

Restrictions: Advanced notice for full closure at Yamato Rd. Railroad Tracks: Beginning at 5 a.m., Friday Oct. 14, until 5 a.m., Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2016, the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) and the South Florida Regional Transportation Authority (SFRTA) will close the railroad crossing located on SR-794/Yamato Boulevard (just west of I-95) in City of Boca Raton, for these days, weather permitting. During this time, all traffic will be detoured away from the SR-794/Yamato Road railroad crossing and directed to follow signs to alternate local streets. This detour is being established to allow railroad workers to perform the necessary replacement of the SFRTA tracks. During the closure, workers will remove existing tracks, install new tracks, replace crossing surface, and install new railroad traffic control devices. For more information, please contact Maurice Borrows at 954-777-4379.

DETOUR INFORMATION:

Eastbound Traffic on SR-794/Yamato Rd.

•Traffic going eastbound on SR-794/Yamato Rd. will go south onto; Military Trail, then traffic will (turn left) take; Spanish river Blvd. then turn left to go; Northbound on N. Dixie Hwy., then traffic will turn right/left back to SR-794/Yamato Rd. Westbound Traffic on SR-794/Yamato Rd.

•Traffic going westbound on SR-794/Yamato Rd. will go south on N. Dixie Hwy. and turn right onto Spanish River Blvd., then traffic will (turn right) take Military Trail (northbound), then traffic will turn right/left back to SR-794/Yamato Rd.

Westbound Traffic on SR-794/Yamato Rd. to I-95 SB:

•Traffic going westbound on SR-794/Yamato Rd. will go south on N. Dixie Hwy. and turn right onto Glades Road, then go west and get on I-95 SB Ramp

Westbound Traffic on SR-794/Yamato Rd. to I-95 NB:

•West bound traffic on SR-794/Yamato Rd. to I-95 northbound will remain open at all times.

Eastbound Traffic to I-95 NB/SB:

Traffic going eastbound on SR-794/Yamato Road will go north (turn left) on Congress Avenue and turn right onto Peninsula Corp. Drive to I-95 NB/SB Ramps

Northbound Traffic on I-95 to EB SR-794/Yamato Rd.:

Northbound I-95 off-ramp to EB SR-794/Yamato Road will remain open at all times

Northbound Traffic on I-95 to WB SR-794/Yamato Rd. will have two options: