Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has directed the suspension of tolls on Florida’s Turnpike Mainline, and selected toll roads across the state, in preparation for Hurricane Dorian. By suspending tolls, residents and visitors will be able to quickly and safely evacuate if necessary.
The tolls suspension is in effect and includes the following:
- Alligator Alley
- The Turnpike Mainline (SR 91), including the Homestead Extension (SR 821)
- Sawgrass Expressway (SR 869)
- Beachline Expressway (SR 528)
- SR 417 – Eastern beltway around Orlando from I-4 in Osceola County to I-4 in Seminole County.
- SR 429 – The Daniel Webster Western Beltway from I-4 in Osceola County to US 441 in Apopka.
- I-95 Express Lanes
- I-595 Express Lanes
- I-75 Express Lanes
Service plazas along Florida’s Turnpike mainline will be open for travelers; however, the plazas do not serve as hurricane shelters. As the storm approaches, restaurants and fuel stations will be closed and Turnpike personnel evacuated.
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