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Posted on: January 8, 2021

SR 84 Bridge Project Traffic Impact

SR 84 Bridge Project Update 010821 - Dania Beach Griffin Rd / SR7 Traffic Impact

SR 84 OVER THE SOUTH FORK OF THE NEW RIVER BRIDGE PAINTING PROJECT

This FDOT project consists of painting the steel portions of the four-lane bascule bridge (Bridge No. 860008) over the South Fork of the New River. 


TRAFFIC IMPACTS 

• One lane in each direction on the SR 84 bridge will be closed 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. nightly through Sunday, Jan. 10. 

• The SR 84 bridge will be closed to vehicle traffic from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. nightly Monday, Jan. 11, through Thursday, Jan. 14, and Sunday, Jan. 17, through Thursday, Jan. 21. Traffic will be detoured as follows: 


 Westbound traffic should go south on SW 30th Avenue to Griffin Road; go west on Griffin Road to State Road 7; go north on State Road 7 to SR 84. 

 Eastbound traffic should go south on State Road 7 to Griffin Road; go east on Griffin Road to SW 30th Avenue; go north on SW 30th Avenue to SR 84.


• Access to adjacent businesses will be maintained. 

• The bridge’s vertical clearance at the navigable waterway may be reduced from 21 feet to 18 feet during painting operations. 


SR 84 Bridge Project Update 010821 - Dania Beach Griffin Rd / SR7 Traffic Impact

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