Two Major Detours in Marion County
Two major detours may be making life a little more difficult for drivers in Marion County.
Southbound Exit 341 on I-75-- that's County Road 484-- will be shut down 10p.m. to 6a.m. starting Tuesday night and going until Thursday.
Residents are being told to follow the detour signs, but they haven't been put in place yet. Now, they will most likely take drivers down County Road 475A.
Also the long, damaged Sharpes Ferry Bridge over the Ocklawaha River is now closed for two weeks as workers repair retaining walls damaged by Tropical Storm Debby. Drivers will be detoured over to State Road 40.
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- Two Marion County Sheriff's Officials Come Under Fire After Internal Investigations
- Two-Thirds of Marion County Fired Teachers Hired Back
- Trial Begins For Two Marion County Officers Accused Of Beating An Inmate
- Crash Kills Two Fathers and Two Teens in Dixie County
- Two Attempted Suicides in Two Weeks at the Alachua County Jail
- Oil Spill on SE 17th St. in Ocala, Traffic Temporarily Detoured
- Weekend Detour in Starke