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US 17-92 SB Closure at Maitland- Winter Park Boarder- Closure is a go and will begin February 11

Orange County – The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) has announced a major detour for southbound US 17/92 between Winter Park and Maitland. All southbound lanes on US 17/92 from just south of Park Avenue to just south of Monroe Avenue, will be closed to thru-traffic from Thursday night, February 11 to Monday morning, February 15 as well as Friday night, February 19 to Monday morning, February 22.

The detour on Thursday, February 11 will begin at 7 p.m. and conclude by 6 a.m. Monday, February 15. 
The detour on Friday, February 19 will begin at 7 p.m. and conclude by 6 a.m. Monday, February 22.

Work is primarily occurring under the railroad bridge. Access to local businesses will be maintained. The farthest southbound point thru-traffic will be allowed is the Park Avenue left turn. Businesses located south of the railroad bridge may be accessed using northbound US 17/92, just south of the work zone. The contractor will be working in all of the southbound lanes of US 17/92 during this period to remove existing concrete slabs and replace the roadway with asphalt. Detour route signage will be placed at key locations along southbound US 17/92.

Southbound Detour Information:

Option 1: Traffic traveling southbound along US 17/92 will make a right turn onto Maitland Boulevard, take the I-4 westbound ramp onto I-4 westbound, exit at Exit 88 for State Road (SR) 423 (Lee Road), take a left onto Lee Road and make a right turn onto southbound US 17/92.

Option 2: Traffic traveling southbound along US 17/92 will make a right turn onto Lake Avenue, make a left turn onto Wymore Road, turn left onto State Road (SR) 423 (Lee Road) and make a right turn onto southbound US 17/92.

Motorists in Seminole County might also want to consider using SR 436 as an alternate.

Using SunRail commuter rail is an option, too, during the Friday closure. 
www.sunrail.com.

To ensure your safety and the safety of others, please exercise extra caution when driving through construction work zones.

Schedule is weather permitting; schedule updates will be posted on www.CFLRoads.com.

For media related inquiries, please contact the FDOT regional public information office at 386-943-5479. For construction related questions and comments, please contact Public Information Coordinator Alicia Arroyo, 407-482-7813 or Alicia.Arroyo@dot.state.fl.us.