The Florida Department of Transportation reports that the Port Orange Detour on Dunlawton Avenue at the I-95 Interchange has been rescheduled for Wednesday, Dec. 14, (Thursday, Dec. 15 as a backup)
To accommodate the widening of the I-95 bridges crossing over Dunlawton Avenue/Taylor Road in Port Orange, traffic will be detoured overnight Wednesday, Dec. 14, (Thursday, Dec. 15 as a backup). Lane closures will begin at 8 p.m., with a full closure 10:30 p.m. through 5 a.m. the following day.
The closure is for pouring the remaining concrete bridge deck. Both the I-95 on and off ramps will remain open. Motorists traveling on Dunlawton Avenue (east of the bridge) will only be able to access the I-95 northbound on ramp, and motorists traveling on Taylor Road (west of the bridge) will need to follow the detour routes.
During nightly construction activities, lane closures will occur along I-95 in both directions.
During the detour, there may be more traffic on the detour routes – Williamson Boulevard and Clyde Morris Boulevard – than usual. Posted detours will be:
• Northbound I-95 attempting to go west on Taylor Road will exit at Beville Road (SR 400) and take Williamson Boulevard south to Taylor Road.
• Southbound I-95 attempting to go east on Dunlawton Avenue will exit at Beville Road (SR 400) and take Clyde Morris Boulevard south to Dunlawton Avenue.
• Traffic going west on Dunlawton Avenue attempting to go I-95 south towards New Smyrna Beach will take Clyde Morris Boulevard north to Beville Road (SR 400).
• Traffic going east on Taylor Road attempting to go I-95 north and south will take Williamson Boulevard north to Beville Road (SR 400), where access to I-95 northbound will be open.
• Traffic attempting to cross under the Dunlawton Avenue and I-95 interchange will use Clyde Morris Boulevard and Williamson Boulevard to get around the detour.
The detour will close both directions of Dunlawton Avenue directly under the I-95 interchange.
Detour maps are attached for your reference.
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