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The Florida Keys reopens to all traffic Tuesday morning

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Posted at 7:32 PM, Sep 18, 2017
and last updated 2017-09-18 19:33:55-04

MONROE COUNTY, Fla. -- Monroe County officials say the Florida Keys will reopen to all vehicular traffic at 7:30 a.m. on Tuesday, September 19, 2017.

There will no longer be a checkpoint at Florida City.

Exclusions will include 21 neighborhoods in the hardest hit areas (listed below) in the corridor between Marathon and Key West.  Those areas will only be accessible to residents with proof of residency.

These neighborhoods include:
District 1 – Big Pine Key to Stock Island
Long Beach Road 33MM
Key Deer Boulevard / Wilder Road 30.5MM
New Found Harbor 30MM
Ship’s Way 29.5MM
Barry Avenue / Pirates Road 28.5MM
State Road 4A 28MM
West Indies Drive 27.5MM
East & West Shore Drive 25MM
Caribbean Drive 24.5MM
Spanish Main Drive 23MM
Ocean & Cutthroat Drive 22.75MM
Drost Drive 21MM
Crane Boulevard 19MM
Sugarloaf Boulevard 17MM
South Pointe Drive 16.5MM
East & West Circle Drive 15MM
Blue Water Drive 14.5MM
Boca Chica Road 11MM
Active Patrol – Blue Water Drive to Long Beach Road
Active Patrol – West Indies Drive to Ramrod Key
Active Patrol – Stock Island to Big Coppitt Key
District 4 & 5
Coral Key 63MM
Duck Key 60MM
Coco Plum Drive 54MM
Sombrero Beach Road / Anglers Drive 50MM
Sombrero Boulevard / 53rd Street 50MM