I-75 Rest Area in Florida Scheduled to Close for Reconstruction in January

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The Florida Department of Transportation reports that the northbound I-75 rest area in Hillsborough County at mile marker 238 is scheduled for reconstruction. This will include demolition of the existing structures and construction of a new building, parking areas, roadway and site lighting, picnic pavilions and other improvements.

Construction activities are anticipated to begin in January 2020. The facilities and parking areas are scheduled to be closed in mid-January, 2020 and remain closed until spring 2021.

As additional information becomes available, it will be posted on this website.

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