The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is providing an update on road and bridge closures and restrictions in Northwest Florida due to Winter Storm Leon.
- Interstate 10 (I-10) - Closed to all traffic in Northwest Florida from the Florida/Alabama state line near Mile Marker 7 east to Mile Marker 192 (U.S. 90) in Gadsden County.
- I-110 closed to all traffic.
- U.S. 98 Hathaway Bridge – Two lanes open in each direction across the bridge.
- State Road 79/West Bay Bridge is open to traffic.
- U.S. 98 Phillips Inlet Bridge, restricted traffic.
- Thomas Drive Flyover, closed to traffic.
- State Road (S.R.) 292 (Barrancas Avenue) Bayou Chico Bridge, closed to all traffic.
- County Road 97A, Boggy Creek Bridge, closed to all traffic.
- State Road 292, Theo Baars Bridge, closed to all traffic.
- U.S. 98, Pensacola Bay Bridge closed to all traffic.
- State Road 10 (U.S. 90) Nine Mile at Alabama State Line, closed to all traffic.
- U.S. 29 / S.R. 95 near Cox Road closed for two miles.
- U.S. 29 / S.R. 95 NB overpass at 9 mile road, closed to traffic.
- State Road 300 Bryant Patton Bridge, closed to traffic.
- State Road 20 Apalachicola River Bridge between Blountstown and Bristol, closed to traffic.
- State Road 293 at Mid Bay Bridge, closed to traffic.
- William T. Marler Bridge is open to traffic.
- Brooks Bridge is open to traffic.
- State Road 285 from I-10 to Bob Sikes Road is open to traffic
Tolls have been reinstated on the Garcon Point Bridge in Santa Rosa County and the Mid Bay Bridge in Okaloosa County.
Regional road advisories are posted on Dynamic Message Signs (DMS) on Interstate 10 in Pensacola and Tallahassee. Overhead Message Boards are posting roadway information in Bay County. Crews will continue inspections throughout the day and open roads and structures to traffic as soon as they are deemed safe for the traveling public.
The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) NW Florida motorist call center will be operational Jan. 30, from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m. Drivers should dial toll-free (888) 638-0250 and ask for extension 1199 or dial direct to (850) 330-1199. Drivers may call Florida 511 from their mobile phones. Additionally, updates will be provided as conditions develop at the following:www.FL511.com@myfdot_nwfl; d3sunguide.com.