Florida’s I-10 Covid-19 Checkpoint Has Been Deactivated

875
Holiday Traffic | I-10 Exit Guide

In accordance with Phase 2 of Governor Ron DeSantis’ Safe. Smart. Step-byStep. Plan for Florida’s Recovery, the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) has deactivated the
checkpoint for screening travelers seeking to enter Florida on Interstate 10 at the Florida/Alabama state line.

Motorists are encouraged to drive cautiously and safely while crews are working to deactivate the checkpoint.

The Interstate 95 checkpoint at the Florida/Georgia state line remains active at this time.


On the road? Why not take us with you. All our websites are mobile-friendly. Visit our growing family of exit guides:  I-4 Exit GuideI-5 Exit GuideI-10 Exit GuideI-75 Exit Guide, and I-95 Exit Guide. Detailed exit service listings… discount lodging, camping, food, gas and more for every exit along the way!

Previous articleSeaWorld San Antonio Will Reopen on June 19
Next articleLouisiana Moves Forward With Major I-10 Widening Project
I-10 Exit Guide
One of the most complete road travel resources of its kind on the Internet! The Interstate 10 Exit Information Guide features exit service listings for the entire length of I-10 from California to Florida! Food, gas, lodging, rest areas, attractions and more…