Eastbound SR 60 entrance ramp to northbound I-275 to be closed at night
Tampa, FL -- The eastbound SR 60 entrance ramp onto northbound I-275 will be closed from 8:30 p.m. to 6 a.m. Wednesday through Sunday nights (August 5 - 9), weather permitting.
DETOUR for eastbound SR 60 onto northbound I-275: Traffic will travel past the closed entrance ramp and continue east on Kennedy Boulevard/SR 60 to Lois Avenue. At Lois Avenue, drivers will turn left and go north to the entrance ramp onto northbound I-275.
Beginning Thursday July 30, City of Tampa contractor will be placing new waterlines under Florida Ave @ Wilder Ave that will require lanes closed overnight between W Crest Ave & W South Ave weather permitting. The road will remain open during nightly construction, however traffic may will be reduced to single lane in each direction.
One northbound & one southbound lane open at all times beginning 9 pm & clearing 5 am nightly until work completed.
Northbound I-75 Northbound Rest Area in southern Hillsborough County is Closed for Reconstruction
The northbound I-75 rest area in southern Hillsborough County (at mile marker 238) is closed to all motorists (including commercial vehicles) for demolition and reconstruction.
Below is information to other northbound I-75 rest areas:
Mile marker 278 in Pasco County (40 miles after the closed facility).
Mile marker 131 in Lee County (107 miles before the closed facility).
Commercial vehicles can also access the Weigh-In-Motion/Comfort Station at mile marker 158 in Charlotte County (80 miles prior to the closed facility).
The Florida Department of Transportation is replacing the existing northbound I-75 rest area at mile marker 238 in Hillsborough County. Improvements include constructing new buildings, parking areas, dog parks, picnic pavilions, roadway and site lighting, and other improvements.
The new rest area is expected to reopen in the spring of 2021.