Expect Traffic Delays in Treasure Island
Beginning today (May 11), the Florida Department of Transportation is expected to resume work on the entire length of Gulf Boulevard in Treasure Island.
TREASURE ISLAND – The state Department of Transportation began milling and repaving on Gulf Boulevard in March, but postponed the work after five days when spring break traffic, combined with regularly busy local traffic, caused long backups on Gulf Boulevard and city side streets.
Now that many winter visitors have left for the season, FDOT plans to resume the Gulf Boulevard milling and repaving project starting today (May 11). The first section scheduled to be milled and paved is the stretch of roadway from 99th Avenue to 105th Avenue. It is expected to be finished by May 21. After the Memorial Day holiday, Gulf Boulevard between 105th Avenue and 127th Avenue will be repaved. This schedule is subject to change because of weather conditions.
The milling and paving work will require both north and southbound lane closures on Gulf Boulevard. Lane closures will cause traffic delays, Monday through Friday from today (May 11) through May 21. Only one lane will be closed at a time in order to maintain reasonable traffic flow. Work hours are from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Night and weekend work is not allowed.
If you have questions or comments, call FDOT at (727) 725-7950 or e-mail FDOT at email@example.comI.us. For information, see mytreasureisland.org.
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