Daytona Beach, FL – The road construction headaches will increase this week for drivers in Daytona Beach, especially those who use the interchanges overnight.
With construction crews nearing the finish line on the I-95 widening project and the new interchange connecting I-4 to I-95, the Florida Department of Transportation will close chunks of both roads at various points between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. the following day.
FDOT plans to shut down the I-4 eastbound ramp every overnight from now until at least Wednesday (October 24th), with Thursday also a possibility should work crews get behind for some reason.
I-4 drivers who want to get on I-95 will be detoured to Williamson Boulevard from the State Road 400/Beville Road exit and then routed back onto I-95 through U.S. 92/International Speedway Boulevard (if going north) or State Road 421/Dunlawton Avenue (if going south).
Both sides of I-95 will be shut down overnight as well on Thursday (October 25th), with northbound closed at Beville and southbound closed at ISB.
Northbound drivers who want to get back onto I-95 must follow the detour from Beville to Williamson and then get back on at ISB. Southbound drivers will be routed from ISB to Williamson and reconnect with I-95 at Dunlawton.
Maps showing the detours are posted above and below, courtesy of FDOT.