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Florida tolls suspended by Governor DeSantis as Hurricane Dorian nears the state

Posted at 8:01 AM, Sep 02, 2019
and last updated 2019-09-02 13:35:36-04

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Governor Ron DeSantis has suspended tolls across the state ahead of Hurricane Dorian.

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)
-First Coast Expressway (SR 23)
-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
-I-295 Express Lanes

In addition to the roads above, the Central Florida Expressway Authority has suspended tolls on the following:

-SR 408
-SR 414
-SR 451
-SR 453
-SR 538
-SR 551

This does not include local toll roads in Southwest Florida, including the Sanibel Causeway, Cape Coral Bridge, and the Mid-Point Bridge.

Service plazas will be open and operating, but remember they don't serve as hurricane shelters.

Be mindful that many gas stations and restaurants along the turnpikes will be closed.

For information about traffic conditions, please visit https://fl511.com. You can also download the Florida 511(FDOT Traffic) mobile app online.
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