Florida Suspends Most Construction Work for Thanksgiving Holiday

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The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is suspending most construction-related lane closures across Florida for the Thanksgiving Holiday. There will be no work on the interstate or state roads requiring lane restrictions from Wednesday, November 21 through Sunday, November 25.  All major roads will be open to normal traffic.

Although no construction closures are scheduled over the holiday weekend, existing state highway work zones will remain in effect and drivers may encounter construction workers and reduced speed limits.

Motorists are reminded to use caution while traveling through work zones around barricades and equipment.

FDOT is encouraging drivers to allow extra travel time and to use extra caution in existing work zones along state highways. Drivers are urged to make sure they buckle up, along with their passengers.

FDOT and other safety agencies also ask drivers to obey speed limits, get adequate rest before traveling, avoid distractions and never drink and drive.

Drivers also are urged to be prepared for unscheduled highway closures due to accidents, disabled vehicles or other events.

Motorists should be alert to changing weather conditions while traveling.


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