9 Mile Road Traffic Shift West Of Untreiner Avenue To Surrey Drive

September 7, 2019

Motorists traveling Nine Mile Road from west of Untreiner Avenue to Surrey Drive in Escambia County will be transitioned to the newly constructed eastbound roadway the week of Monday, Sept. 9. The traffic shift will allow crews to begin reconstruction efforts on the westbound travel lanes and median. Drivers may encounter intermittent lane restrictions from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. as crews prepare for the shift.

In addition to the traffic shift, drivers will notice the following changes:

  • New stop sign at Highway 29 off-ramp: Vehicles turning right onto westbound Nine Mile Road from southbound U.S. 29 will be required to come to a full stop before merging with westbound traffic.
  • Bowman Avenue to Ashland Avenue.: Due to an elevation change, access to the properties on the north side of Nine Mile Road between Bowman and Ashland avenues will be acquired via a frontage road instead of directly from Nine Mile Road.

The Florida Department of Transportation is urging driver to use extra caution as drivers become familiar with the new traffic patterns. Motorists should also watch for construction workers and equipment entering and exiting the roadway as they prepare for the shift.

All activities are weather dependent and may be delayed or rescheduled in the event of inclement weather


2 Responses to “9 Mile Road Traffic Shift West Of Untreiner Avenue To Surrey Drive”

  1. dishearted on September 8th, 2019 6:29 am

    don’t worry with all the road mess ups NAVY FEDERAL is not going to build complex # 9 or # 10 they are going to build a new complex elsewhere, thanks to leader ship ignorance…

  2. me on September 7th, 2019 10:16 am

    Has anyone noticed the nice concrete sidewalk that has been installed on the South side of Nine Mile Road. It appears to run the full length from Pine Forest to Hwy. 29. (or will be when completed). It is currently hard to see due to the grass and the fact that is a good safe distance from the new roadway itself. Great safety feature.

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