Weekly road report for Jan. 10


Published: Monday, January 10, 2011 at 7:17 a.m.
Last Modified: Monday, January 10, 2011 at 7:17 a.m.

The following road work by the Florida Department of Transportation could impact traffic this week.

Alachua County:

Archer Road - Nighttime lane closures Monday through Thursday from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. between Interstate 75 and Southwest 34th Street for work on the medians.

Interstate 75 - Daytime lane closures Tuesday and Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the State Road 222 interchange (Exit 390) to repair the high mast lights.


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Northeast and Northwest 39th Avenue - Daytime lane closures from Interstate 75 to west of State Road 26 to allow inmate crews to repaint the roadway markings.

South Main Street - A detour is in place to reconstruct the intersection with Second Avenue (by the Courthouse). Southbound through traffic is detoured to University Avenue, Southwest Sixth Street and Southwest Fourth Avenue. Northbound through traffic is detoured to Southeast Fourth Avenue, Southeast Third Street and University Avenue. Local traffic has access and all businesses in the area are open and accessible.

State Road 26 - Traffic is now using the new overpass over U.S. 301 and the CSX Railroad. No lane closures are scheduled.

State Road 121 - Crews will be repainting the roadway lines from US 441 by the FHP station to the Union County line.

State Road 235 - Crews will be repainting the roadway lines from County Road 340 to the Bradford County line.

U.S. 301 - Daytime lane closures from 6 a.m. to 4 p.m. between Orange Heights and Waldo for work on drainage structures in the median as part of the resurfacing project. Also, daytime lane closures in Waldo for northbound traffic just south of the Waldo Flea Market to modify the driveway to a new Dollar General store.

U.S. 441 - Daytime lane closures from Williston Road to the Columbia County line to allow inmate crews to repaint the roadway markings.

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