St. Johns Parkway/County Road 2209 from south of Durbin Park to North Arabella Way will be closed at 9 p.m. Monday through 6 a.m. Tuesday at 6 a.m.
The closure, weather permitting, is needed to install an overhead roadway sign foundation for the State Road 9B construction project, according to a release from the Florida Department of Transportation.
Southbound St. Johns Parkway/County Road 2209 traffic will detour east on Russell Sampson Road and west on County Road 210. Northbound traffic will detour east on C.R. 210 and north on Russell Sampson Road.
S.R. 9B, the new four-lane divided highway, will connect Interstate 95 in Duval County to St. Johns Parkway/County Road 2209 in St. Johns County.
The project includes overpasses at Race Track Road, Durbin Creek and Russell Sampson Road and a connector road, Peyton Parkway, from Race Track Road to S.R. 9B. The connector road will provide direct access to S.R. 9B. Additionally, a pedestrian bridge will be installed over St. Johns Parkway at S.R. 9B, linking the sidewalks on both sides of the road.
Construction of the 2.3-mile extension of S.R. 9B into St. Johns County began in August 2015 and is scheduled for completion in summer 2018.