Long-Term Service Advisories
This page will be updated regularly when there is a detour or other service change that may impact transit customers for more than 2 weeks. Service impacts that are less than 2 weeks in duration can be found on the respective transit agency’s website and/or social media feed.
In some cases, the amount of short & long-term service advisories can be very lengthy to read. So I’ve provided links to the dedicated service alert pages for some of the transit agencies that I cover below.
For advisories affecting the New York MTA, please visit the agency’s Planned Service Changes page. You can also sign up for alerts when service interruptions occur.
For advisories affecting the Central Florida Regional Transportation Authority (a.k.a. LYNX), please visit the agency’s Service Alerts page.
For advisories affecting Hillsborough Area Regional Transit, please visit the agency’s Alerts & Detours page. The site homepage & as well as the OneBusAway interface, have been updated to include many short-term & some long-term service changes & detour notices.
For advisories affecting the Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority, please visit the agency’s Rider Alert page. Short-term detours & other service interruptions can be found on the agency’s special Twitter Feed, @PSTAalerts, which is embedded to the page.
Construction is well underway for the Selmon Expressway Extension project. During this time, all existing travel lanes on Gandy Blvd between the Gandy Bridge and Dale Mabry Hwy will be open during weekday rush hour. The same case will be for Dale Mabry Hwy from just south of Gandy Blvd to just south of Fair Oaks Ave, and the Selmon Exwy itself from the Gandy Blvd terminus to Himes Ave. Restrictions on turn lanes have been enacted – meaning that some turn lanes have shifted in alignment while others are closed off entirely. Lane closures on all three thoroughfares is possible during off-peak daytime hours, overnights, and weekends. Additionally, closures are possible along Manhattan Ave during off-peak times, which could affect HART Route 17.
Special events can always cause detours and interruptions to transit lines. Please check with your transit agency for more information.
There are currently no special event detours to mention.