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Closure on Indiantown Road could cause major delays in Jupiter

Posted at 7:05 AM, Sep 15, 2020
and last updated 2020-09-15 07:06:33-04

JUPITER, Fla. — ​If your commute involves Indiantown Road in Jupiter, you’ll most likely have to find another route. Brightline is shutting down the intersection along Old Dixie Highway to put down pavement markings near the railroad tracks.

The closure will be from 7 a.m. Tuesday through 7 a.m. Wednesday.

Its all part of the company's extension project which includes construction of a new track from West
Palm to Orlando.

Drivers are encourage to use Donald Ross Road and Military Trail as an alternate route.

Westbound Indiantown Rd. traffic wishing to continue west will travel south on Alternate A1A/SR 811 to Donald Ross Rd., travel west on Donald Ross Rd. to Military Tr. and travel north on Military Tr. to access Indiantown Rd.

Eastbound Indiantown Rd. traffic wishing to continue east will travel south on Military Tr. to Donald Ross Rd., travel east on Donald Ross Rd. to Alternate A1A/SR 811 and travel north on Alternate A1A/SR 811 to access Indiantown Rd.

There will be another major road closure in Riviera Beach at the railroad crossing along Blue Heron Boulevard.

The road will be closed from 7 a.m. Wednesday through 7 a.m. on Thursday for crews to put down pavement markings.

Westbound Blue Heron Blvd. traffic wishing to continue west will travel south on Broadway Ave. to W. 13th St., travel west on W. 13th St. to Pres. Barack Obama Hwy. and travel north on Pres. Barack Obama Hwy. to access Blue Heron Blvd.

Eastbound Blue Heron Blvd. traffic wishing to continue east will head south on Pres. Barack Obama Hwy. to W. 13th St., travel east on W. 13th St. to Broadway Ave. and travel north on Broadway Ave. to access Blue Heron Blvd.

Its still unclear when Brightline will resume service locally now that the state is officially in phase two of the governor's reopening plan. A spokesperson told WPTV, currenlty the company is focusing its efforts on construction and will contionue to monitor the Covid-19 situation.