Additional Tampa lane closures begin Monday

TAMPA, Fla. –  A portion of Morgan Street from Brorein Street to Whiting Street will be closed beginning on Monday, Oct. 17 at 9 a.m. This is part of the Roadway and Infrastructure Improvement Project to support area development. The two northbound lanes on Morgan Street at the Lee Roy Selmon Expressway Morgan Street exit ramp will be closed until appropriately 4 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 23, weather permitting.

RELATED: Tampa residents should expect construction, lane closures for 18 – 24 months

The westbound Lee Roy Selmon Expressway (Exit 7) ramp to Morgan Street/Brorein Street will be partially closed. The Morgan Street northbound lane will be closed; however, the westbound Brorein Street lane will remain open to traffic during this phase of the construction. The City of Tampa recommends motorists use the westbound Kennedy Boulevard (Exit 8) from the Lee Roy Selmon Expressway to access Morgan Street to the north of Brorein Street.

Additional lane closures in the area along Channelside Drive will remain in effect through summer 2017.

The public can stay connected with the ongoing construction project.  Questions or comments should be directed to the project team by email at or by phone at (813) 607- GRID (4743).

See suggested alternate routes in the map below: 


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