Repair Schedule

Pensacola Bay Bridge Repairs Continue

 

Two additional bridge contractors and four salvage companies, mobilized by FDOT, are focusing their efforts on the outermost spans of the bridge to facilitate construction and minimize impacts to the existing structure.

To date, more than 300 additional workers have been brought in to increase resources needed for demolition and reconstruction, salvage and pile operations, and concrete fabrication. 

The goal is to repair and reopen the bridge to four lanes of traffic by March 2021.

 

Spans Repair Progress

This graphic depicts progress on replacing the seven bridge spans that sustained damage that was significant enough to require full replacement. Spans are the sections of the bridge located between two pier locations. The pier locations are connected horizontally using concrete beams. The bridge deck, which includes the travel lanes, is constructed atop the beams. 

Substructure Piers & Piles Replacement Progress

Fabrication Progress

Construction crews are working at the Bayou Chico Casting Yard making the replacement beams and piers needed to complete the repairs to the damaged Pensacola Bay Bridge.   

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Detour Routes

FDOT is diligently working to reduce congestion along the route.
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Repair Schedule

Crews work to repair the damaged Pensacola Bay Bridge and restore traffic for this vital transportation link.
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Free Bus Service

FDOT and ECAT have established a free bus service connecting Pensacola, Gulf Breeze, and Pensacola Beach.
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Spans Repair Progress

Multiple spans of the eastbound bridge were damaged during Hurricane Sally.
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