Heads up drivers if you cross over the Fuller Warren bridge on I-95 south, a traffic shift is coming your way on December 4th.
The southbound lanes will shift to the inside of the Fuller Warren Bridge beginning at the Park Street ramp, and go back to its normal configuration after the exit ramp to San Marco Boulevard. The Florida Department of Transportation says they expect the shift to remain in place for about two years, but that could change.
It’s part of the Your10&95 interchange operational improvements project and the shift is needed to create a work zone allowing crews to begin expansion work.
The Fuller Warren Bridge will be adding an additional lane in each direction along with a Shared Use Path (SUP), which will be constructed on the southbound side of the bridge parallel to traffic lanes. It will be for pedestrians and bicyclists and will connect Riverside and San Marco communities.
This project started off in May and FDOT is expecting it to wrap up in the summer of 2020.