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FDOT to Hold Public Meeting Regarding Pensacola Bay Bridge, June 10

FDOT to Hold Public Meeting Regarding Pensacola Bay Bridge, June 10

The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) will host a public hearing concerning the replacement of the Pensacola Bay Bridge on Tuesday, June 10, 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., in the Grand Ballroom of the Crowne Plaza Hotels & Resorts, 200 East Gregory Street. The hearing will begin as an open house [...]

The Perdido Key Name Game

The Escambia County Commission will be considering rescinding a resolution today that requested the Florida Department of Transportation change the map-designation of Perdido Key to Perdido Key Beach. But what exactly will such a move accomplish? “Whatever their resolution is, we’re going to [...]

Perdido Key (Beach) Statement

Escambia County has released a statement on the Perdido Key (Beach) signage issue. The Escambia County Commission will apparently look at rescinding an earlier resolution requesting that the Florida Department of Transportation change the Key’s designation in an effort to see signs placed on [...]

A Little Fuzzy in the Nebulas

Before authorizing the mayor to execute a $2 million Economic Development Transportation Project Fund Agreement between the city of Pensacola and the Florida Department of Transportation Monday, City Council Vice President Jewell Canada-Wynn had a question: was it “free money.” “Now, [...]

Safe Spring Break Driving

Safe Spring Break Driving

Spring Break traffic will be here before you know it. As a safety procaution, the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) wants to remind you to check the Florida 511 System for traffic updates before leaving to your destination. FDOT has recently joined Twitter and 12 new Florida feeds [...]

Chairman Wilson on Bay Bridge Toll

Chairman Wilson on Bay Bridge Toll

The Escambia County Commission didn’t score any points in Tallahassee when it recently formalized its opposition to imposing a toll on the Pensacola Bay Bridge in order to fund work on the structure. Florida Department of Transportation Secretary Ananth Presad called the following day to express [...]

Three-Mile Bridge has six years left?

Three-Mile Bridge has six years left?

Navarre Press is reporting Jim DeVries of the Florida Department of Transportation told members of the Florida-Alabama Transportation Planning Organization yesterday at their meeting in Milton that the Pensacola Bay Bridge is "structurally deficient" and must be replaced within six years. "The [...]