I-4 Detour in Volusia County March 29 Thru April 4

I-4 Exit Guide | www.i4exitguide.comThe Florida Department of Transportation is reporting that I-4 will be detoured at the ramp to US 92 and directed east on US 92 to I-95, back to I-4/SR400. The detour is necessary allow for a bridge deck pour that was originally scheduled overnight 3/26/15, but was cancelled due to weather conditions.

On Tuesday, March 31 (Overnight) Eastbound I-4 traffic will be shifted from the Eastbound roadway to temporary lanes on the westbound roadway.

On Sunday (3/29/15) and Friday (4/3/15) Daytime (9 p.m.-6 a.m) eastbound (EB) lane closures between SR 44 and I-95 in preparation for 3/31/15 traffic shift.

Anticipate additional traffic the night of Sunday, March 29th between 9:00 p.m. to 5:30 a.m. while traffic is detoured from eastbound closures on I-4.

Motorists should be aware of trucks entering and exiting the highway from the median and outside shoulders.

Motorists should be aware of traffic shifts on I-4 near SR 44 at ramp to US-92, and just west of I-95.


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Resurfacing on I-4 in Seminole County near City of Lake Mary

I-4 Exit Guide | www.i4exitguide.comThe Florida Department of Transportation is reporting tentatively, I-4 lane closures are anticipated this coming Sunday (March 31) or Monday night (April 1) for one shift.

The Eastbound outside lane of I-4 will be closed at 10:00 pm and opened by 6:00 am. The middle lane will be closed at 11:00 pm and opened by 5:00 am. Once the repairs are made, the traffic will be moved to the outside lane and the closures will be on the inside and middle lane.


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Florida: Night Lane Closures on I-75 March 27 Thru April 4

Florida Road Construction | I-75 Exit GuideThe Florida Department of Transportation is reporting the following lane closures associated with the widening of I-75 from Fowler Avenue to State Road 56.

– Tampa: Two lanes may be closed on southbound I-75 from Bruce B. Downs Boulevard (Exit 270) to south of Fowler Avenue (Exit 265) between 10:30 p.m. and 5:00 a.m. Friday night, March 27 and Sunday through Friday (March 29 – April 3) nights.

– Wesley Chapel: One lane may be closed on southbound I-75 nearI-275 (Exit 274) from 10:30 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. Sunday through Thursday (March 29 – April 2) nights. One lane may be closed on northbound I-75 near I-275 Wednesday and Thursday (April 1 and 2) nights.

– Tampa: The southbound I-75 Exit 265 ramp to Fowler Avenue may be closed from 9:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. Friday night, March 27 and Sunday through Friday (March 29 – April 3) nights. [This exit will not be closed the same time as the Fletcher Avenue exit ramp; see the item below.] DETOUR: Exit to Fletcher Avenue (Exit 266). Turn right at the bottom of the ramp onto westbound Fletcher Avenue. Turn left at Morris Bridge Road and go south on Morris Bridge Road to Fowler Avenue.

– Tampa: The southbound I-75 Exit 266 ramp to Fletcher Avenue may be closed from 9:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. Sunday through Friday (March 29 – April 3) nights. [This exit will not be closed the same time as the Fowler Avenue exit ramp; see the item above.] DETOUR: Continue south and exit to Fowler Avenue (Exit 265). Bear left at the split of the ramp and take the “loop” exit ramp onto eastbound Fowler Avenue. Pass under I-75 and turn right and take the “loop” entrance ramp onto northbound I-75. Go north on I-75 and use northbound I-75 Exit 266 to Fletcher Avenue.

– Tampa: The Fletcher Avenue entrance ramp onto southbound I-75 may be closed from 9:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. Friday night, March 27 and Sunday through Friday (March 29 – April 3) nights. DETOUR: Go south on Morris Bridge Road, then east on Fowler Avenue to the entrance ramp to southbound I-75.

– Wesley Chapel/San Antonio: One lane may be closed in each direction of I-75 anywhere from north of County Road 54 (Exit 279) to north of SR 52 (Exit 285) between 9:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. Friday through Saturday (March 27 – April 4) nights.

– Ridge Manor: One lane may be closed (for up to a two-mile stretch) in each direction of I-75 anywhere from the Pasco County line (north of County Road 41/Exit 293) to about two miles south of SR 50 (Exit 301) between 9:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. Sunday through Thursday (March 29 – April 2) nights.


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Temporary Overnight Ramp Closures at I-4 Interchanges

I-4 Exit Guide | www.i4exitguide.comThe Florida Department of Transportation is reporting the following temporary overnight ramp closures at I-4 interchanges:

In Hillsborough County, There will be periodic overnight exit ramp closures or single lane closures on several ramps along the I-4 corridor between 12:00 a.m. (midnight) and 5:00 a.m. Tuesday through Saturday (March 31 – April 4) to install new signs and pavement markings. No two consecutive ramps will be closed at the same time. The work is planned for three interchanges: Exit 3 (50thh Street), Exit 10 (County Road 579) and Exit 21 (Alexander Street / State Road 39).


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Intense, Limited Run Batman Coaster Experience Coming to Six Flags Great Adventure

Intense, Limited Run Batman Coaster Experience Coming to Six Flags Great Adventure

Six Flags Great Adventure, the world’s largest theme park, unveils a second thrilling roller coaster experience for 2015 as it flips one of its most innovative and adrenaline-charged coasters backwards for a limited time. The park also debuts its 13th roller coaster – El Diablo – during its 2015 season, which kicks off April 3.

BATMAN™: The Ride becomes even more intense as it undergoes a gravity-defying role reversal from July 4th weekend to Labor Day weekend. Guests can dare to take on an all-new experience on the world-famous suspended, looping coaster when its chair lift-style train is flipped 180 degrees on the track.

BATMAN™: The Ride Backwards Fast Facts:

Soar backwards, chair-lift style (beneath the track)
50-mph juggernaut
Five gut-wrenching inversions guests never see coming
2,700 feet of twisted track
Since opening in 1993, BATMAN™: The Ride has given more than 27 million thrilling rides and reigns as one of the most popular roller coasters in the world.

“The ride’s intensity is ratcheted way up,” said John Fitzgerald, Six Flags Great Adventure president. “Thrill seekers will not want to miss this limited-time opportunity to put their inner ‘super hero’ to the test.”

41st Season Kicks Off April 3

Six Flags Great Adventure was voted America’s second best theme park by USA TODAY readers in 2014. Its 41st season begins April 3 with Easter Weekend presented by PEEPS®. On Saturday, April 4, Six Flags will host a special Easter Celebration giving guests the chance to search for eggs filled with PEEPS®. The morning event will also include onsite entertainment, games and giveaways.

Guests can feel the wrath of the devil on El Diablo, the park’s 13th coaster, beginning this May. Inspired by Jersey Devil folklore with a Mexican twist, El Diablo features riders sitting in “face-off” (face-to-face) seats rocketing forward and backward pendulum style until the train gains enough momentum to complete a full revolution seven stories in the air. The fiery red coaster then kicks into high gear, completing full revolutions until it stops momentarily with riders suspended upside down, and then reverses direction.

Tickets, operating hours, park information and special events can be found at www.sixflags.com/greatadventure


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