I-75 from Manatee County Line to Big Bend Road Lane closures: Wednesday, November 4 through Friday, November 6 from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. (intermittent ramp closures along northbound I-75 at Big Bend Road for paving operations)
SR 580 (Busch Blvd) from 12th Street to Overlook Drive Day lane closures: Monday, November 2 through Friday, November 6 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Night lane closures: Sunday, November 1 through Thursday, November 5 from 6 p.m. to 7 a.m.
I-275 from west of SR 60 (Exit 39) to Lois Avenue (Exit 40B) Lane closures: Sunday, November 1 through Friday, November 6 from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m.
SR 60 under I-275 Lane closures: Sunday, November 1 through Friday, November 6 from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m.
CR 587 (West Shore Boulevard) at I-275 Lane closures: Sunday, November 1 through Friday, November 6 from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m.
All I-275 traffic to be detoured to Kennedy Boulevard Sunday and Monday nights
Tampa, FL -- I-275 will be closed between SR 60 and West Shore Boulevard between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. Sunday and Monday nights (November 1 and 2), weather permitting. If needed, these closures and detours may be used Tuesday and/or Wednesday nights (November 3 and 4).
Both directions of I-275 will be detoured to Kennedy Boulevard to allow crews to install a sign structure and signs over all lanes of the interstate, west of West Shore Boulevard.
During the I-275 detours, the ramp from eastbound SR 60 onto northbound I-275 will also be closed. Drivers will need to access northbound I-275 from West Shore Boulevard or other interchanges east of West Shore Boulevard.
Below are the detour routes for the main traffic movements that will be impacted:
DETOUR for Northbound I-275: All traffic will be directed off at Exit 39 and will be detoured 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.
DETOUR for Southbound I-275: All traffic will be directed off at West Shore Boulevard (Exit 40A). After exiting, drivers will turn left and go south to Kennedy Boulevard/SR 60, turn right and go west towards I-275. At the traffic signal on the west side of Westshore Plaza, turn left and go west to the entrance ramp onto southbound I-275. Please note: After going through the Hoover Boulevard intersection, there is no turning back from entering southbound I-275 and crossing over Old Tampa Bay on the Howard Frankland Bridge.
DETOUR for Southbound I-275 to Westbound SR 60/Tampa International Airport/Veterans Expressway (Exit 39): Use Exit 40A to West Shore Boulevard. At the end of the ramp, turn right and go north on West Shore Boulevard to Spruce Street. Turn left onto Spruce Street and go west to the entrance to TIA or continue onto westbound SR 60.
DETOUR for Eastbound SR 60 and Tampa International Airport onto northbound I-275: Traffic will go past the "loop" entrance ramp that goes onto northbound I-275 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.
DETOUR for Lois Avenue onto southbound I-275 and westbound SR 60: Traffic will go south on Lois Avenue, turn right onto Kennedy Boulevard/SR 60, and proceed west. At the traffic signal on the west side of Westshore Plaza, turn left and go west to the entrance ramp onto southbound I-275. To continue west on SR 60 to Tampa International Airport and the Veterans Expressway, continue straight on westbound SR 60 at the traffic signal on the west side of Westshore Plaza.
Monday, October 19, 2020 - Friday, November 20, 2020
TECO will be closing the outside northbound lane to complete installation of their transmission liens. Monday through Friday, daily lane closures will be set up each morning at 9:00 AM and removed by 3:30 PM.
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.