Traffic Impact From Central Railroad Trail Construction On I-95

Construction on the Central Railroad Trail will cause traffic delays on April 3rd and 4th. (Photo by Fellsmere Police Department)
Construction on the Central Railroad Trail will cause traffic delays on April 3rd and 4th. (Photo by Fellsmere Police Department)

SEBASTIAN – Construction on the Central Railroad Corridor Greenway (CRCG) pedestrian overpass began April 26, 2017, from west of I-95 to North County Regional Park.

Work of this project includes: constructing a 12-foot shared use path and a pedestrian overpass over I-95, providing pedestrians and bicyclists with convenient access to area parks, conservation areas, recreational and educational facilities; maintaining an open drainage system with swales and minor culvert crossings; and installing lighting, architectural towers, and specialty signage at the bridge location.

Traffic Impact for Tuesday, April 3, 2018

On Tuesday night, April 3rd, two of the three northbound I-95 lanes just north of Fellsmere Road (Exit 156) will be closed from 9:30 p.m. to 5 a.m.

  • At approximately 1 a.m., a rolling lane closure on northbound I-95 will begin at State Road 60 (Exit 147) and continue to just north of Fellsmere Road (Exit 156), lasting approximately 30 minutes.
  • At 11:30 p.m. the northbound I-95 entrance ramps from Fellsmere Road will have rolling lane closures, lasting approximately 30 minutes.

Traffic Impact for Wednesday, April 4, 2018

On Wednesday night, April 4th, two of three southbound I-95 lanes just north of Fellsmere Road (Exit 156) will be closed from 9:30 p.m. to 5 a.m.

  • At approximately 1 a.m., a rolling lane closure on southbound I-95 will begin at the I-95 southbound rest area, located approximately 3.5 miles south State Road 514 (Exit 173) in Brevard County and continue south to Fellsmere Road (Exit 156), lasting approximately 30 minutes

We will update if we receive any new information about road closures.

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