A head's up for commuters in Boca Raton, the Camino Real Bridge closed Thursday morning for a year.
The multi-million dollar project will renovate the bridge and make it wider and safer for walkers and bikers.
The city said it plans for 12-13 months of construction with work during the day and week.
Detours and traffic signals will be put into place during construction.
The bridge closed Thursday morning at around 5 a.m.
The Camino Real Bridge is one of five bridges in the county deemed as structurally deficient.
The Florida Department of Transportation says that means a bridge should undergo a series of repairs or replacement within the next six years.
It is suggested to use Palmetto Park Rd or Hillsboro Blvd. as alternates.
— Boca Raton Police (@BocaPolice) April 11, 2018
— Andrew Ruiz (@AndrewRuizWPTV) April 12, 2018