TAMPA — Super Bowl 55 has taken the city by storm, with signs and pop-up exhibits throughout downtown and West Tampa.
Along with the festivities come some inconvenient road closures. Here’s a list of the local roads that will be shut down for the Super Bowl and when officials plan for them to re-open.
Dale Mabry Highway in both directions from MLK Boulevard to Columbus Boulevard. That closure starts Saturday at 5 p.m. and will reopen at 6 a.m. Monday.
East curbside lane on South Tampa Street between East Jackson Street and East Whiting Street will be closed on Sunday and will reopen Monday.
Westbound lane on East Whiting Street from South Franklin Street to South Tampa Street will be closed on Sunday and re-open Monday.
Lane shifts on East Jackson Street between South Tampa Street and South Florida Avenue will be closed on Sunday and will reopen Monday.
The Harbour Island Bridge will be closed until 3 p.m. Monday.
Northbound lanes on South Franklin Street from Water Street to Channelside Drive will be closed until 3 p.m. Monday.
Westbound lanes on Water Street from the Tampa Bay History Center to South Franklin Street will be closed until 3 p.m. Monday.
South Florida Avenue between Channelside Drive and the Pam Iorio Parking Garage will remain closed until 3 p.m. Monday.
Closures and delays are expected to remain on downtown’s Ashley Drive until Feb. 14 as the NFL Experience at Julian B. Lane Riverfront Park is taken down.
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