Dames Point Bridge will see outside lane closures January to March
Jacksonville – Both the north and southbound lanes of Jacksonville’s Dames Point Bridge will
experience single outside lane closures that will remain in place both day and night, and some
multi-lane closures during nighttime off-peak hours. These lane closures will begin January 3, 2017
and will stay in place until rehabilitation work completes on the bridge in mid-March 2017.
The closures are necessary for construction crews to install access platforms and perform repairs
to bridge components. Additionally, minor resurfacing will also occur on a portion of the bridge
deck.
Signs will alert drivers of the lane closure beginning in mid-December and remain in place
throughout the duration of the closures.
M & J Construction of Tarpon Springs was awarded the $4.5 million project. Construction is expected to be completed in the summer of 2017, weather and schedule permitting.
The Napoleon Bonaparte Broward Bridge (Dames Point Bridge) is part of I-295 East and boasts the
longest span of any bridge in Florida. The Dames Point Bridge serves an important role in
supporting JaxPort and connecting North Jacksonville with the Arlington area. Approximately
72,000 vehicles cross the bridge every day.