Escambia County

Town Hall on Beach toll bridge set for Feb 23

February 3, 2017

The Escambia County Public Works Department will host a town hall meeting to discuss Bob Sikes Bridge operations and Pensacola Beach traffic Thursday, Feb. 23 at 5:30 p.m. at the commission meeting room located in the Ernie Lee Magaha Building, 221 Palafox Place.

The purpose of the meeting is to discuss and seek input from the public regarding the Bob Sikes Bridge Toll Plaza, the newly instituted SunPass System and Pensacola Beach Annual Pass System, toll budget, future demands for the Bob Sikes Bridge, and the Pensacola Beach Congestion Management Plan. Two or more commissioner may attend.

For more information on SunPass System and Pensacola Beach Annual Pass System,click here.

This meeting can be viewed live on MyEscambia.com/ectv, channel 98 for Bright House, Cox Cable and Mediacom (Pensacola Beach) subscribers and channel 99 for AT&T U-verse subscribers and are available on ECTV On Demand.

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