Escambia County Road Closures

April 30, 2014

Drivers should avoid being on the roadways, according to the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office.

The following state and local highways are closed, according to FDOT and Escambia County:

  • I-10 is open to slow moving traffic.
  • U.S. 98 at Jaquin Road is restricted due to water on the road.
  • Southbound I-110 at MM 3.5 (Texar Drive) is restricted due to water on the road.
  • U.S. 29 at Tate Road is closed due to water on the road.
  • U.S. 90 at Nine Mile Creek is closed due to water on the road.
  • U.S. 90 at Eight Mile Creek is closed due to water on the road.
  • State Road (S.R.) 727 (Fairfield Drive) is closed due to water on the road.
  • Southbound U.S. 29 is restricted due to water on the road.
  • Highway 297A at 11 Mile Creek – bridge out
  • Meadowbrook Drive – bridge out
  • 9th Avenue North at Carpenter Creek – bridge out
  • Airport Boulevard at Carpenter Creek — bridge out
  • Condor Drive
  • Bauer Road
  • Mobile Highway at Bayou Marcus
  • Dog Track Road at Lillian Highway
  • Johnson Avenue near Olive Rd — bridge out

In addition to flooding, several road and bridges sustained major damage in the flooding.

Pictured above: Large portions of Scenic Highway are gone. Pictured below:  Johnson Avenue near Scenic Highway. NorthEscambia.com reader submitted photos, click to enlarge.


Comments

9 Responses to “Escambia County Road Closures”

  1. Lynda Sizemore on May 1st, 2014 3:50 am

    The bridge across Perdido river at the Barrineau cut through is closed due to flooding

  2. perdido fisherman on April 30th, 2014 9:51 pm

    way to look out for your fellow man woohoo, hope your not ever one of my neighbors. This type of scenario always brings out the greedy ones looking to profit off the misery of others.

  3. BD on April 30th, 2014 8:07 pm

    If you’re minimally skilled to do a job that takes minimul skills…why wouldn’t you work for minimum wage? Wow, typical of people now who vastly over rate themselves and their abilities and would rather leech off of the goverment than get a job and/or help a community. WOOHOO……….. nope, more like a yayhoo…….

  4. melodies4us on April 30th, 2014 7:27 pm

    They “upgaded” the drainage @ 2-3 years ago . They removes huge concrete drainage pipes along all major roads and replaced them with much smaller black pipe.

  5. amanda on April 30th, 2014 5:22 pm

    Just drove south on hwy 29 from molino to (for urgent dr visit) & it was clear, tho slow in some places. Essential driving only please.

  6. WOOHOO on April 30th, 2014 1:34 pm

    So where do we sign up for work to fix all this mess? I could use a good paying job. If it pays minimum wage then do it yourselves.

  7. Hal Parker on April 30th, 2014 1:17 pm

    I will pray for everyone there, I was born in Pensacola and I have never seen anything like this. I live in N C and I think we will be getting some of what you are getting now.. God bless you all and keep you safe

  8. Ed Moomaw on April 30th, 2014 1:04 pm

    The past two days have been completely insane. I’ve lived in Florida since 1987 and have never seen it this bad. I live on the west side of Pensacola and couldn’t make it very far out of my neighborhood. Stayed home from work today and I’m staying off of the roads. Be safe and be smart, stay home.

  9. Chuck Pitman on April 30th, 2014 10:31 am

    Great local information source. Much appreciated.





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