Live Traffic Blog

8:25 am: The dense fog advisory continues for most of our area until 10 a.m., and you will definitely find it right now crossing the Bayway and Causeway.  You’ll want to lower your speed if you’re crossing in either one of those directions. The good news is so far we haven’t seen any accidents there. We’re looking good through both tunnels as well. In the Mobile area, we still have some accidents including Highway 98 at Schoolhouse Road, Padgett Switch at Half Mile Road. Mobile Police are on the scene of a new accident involving injuries on Old Shell at Jaguar Drive, not too far from University of South Alabama. Also there is a fender bender on Gorgas at Bastrom Street.

7:55 am: Foggy conditions persist through our area so if you can, leave a few minutes early this morning to get where you need to go. So far people have been doing a really good job commuting on the Bayway and Causeway. We’ve not seen any accidents. Drivers have been delayed just a little bit due to the fog so you’ll want to lower your speeds anyway.  Beyond that, moving along well through both tunnels. In the Mobile area, we do have accidents including Highway 98 at Schoolhouse Road involving injuries. Padgett switch and Half Mile Road. Highway Patrol still in Grand Bay at Wilmer Road north of the I-10 overpass from an earlier accident, and Mobile police are on the scene of a stalled out silver SUV blocking the intersection at Schillinger and Grelot.

7:25 am: We’ve got a very foggy start here for your Thursday. If you can leave a few minutes early that might be a good idea especially if you need to take the Bayway or Causeway. So far, we’ve not had any accidents. Fog is quite thick through that area as well as through the downtown area and most of where you might travel this morning so use extra caution. Looking good through the tunnels. Highway patrol is at the scene of an earlier accident that’s being cleared at Grand Bay Wilmer Road just north of the I-10 overpass. An 18 wheeler is being loaded onto a wrecker right now. I-10 west bound to Exit 4 is closed, and we’re seeing heavy delays southbound on Grand Bay Wilmer Road just north of I-10.  Another accident occurred on Padget Switch Road at Half Mile Road.

6:55 am: It is a very foggy starts to your Thursday morning commute. Wherever you travel, you’ll very likely you’ll find yourself in some of that so headlights on low beams especially crossing the Bayway. You’ll want to lower your speeds both directions. So far this morning we’ve been accident-free there so good news through the tunnels and on the Bayway and Causeway.  We have had an accident there on the Grand Bay Wilmer Road just north of I-10 involving a 18 wheeler and a pickup truck.  Alabama Highway Patrol and emergency vehicles are trying to get that one cleared beyond that we’ve heard a report of a new accident on Highway 90 at Padgett Switch Road and coming down I-65 we got fog but it’s moving along well.

6:35 am:  We begin this Thursday morning commute with lots of fog. Wherever you travel it’s very likely you’ll find yourself in some of it so make sure those headlights are on low beam and be very careful this morning. This is definitely affecting the Bayway as well so use caution on the I-10 Bayway and Causeway this morning. Through both tunnels were moving along well. No accidents so far there or through Baldwin County. Highway Patrol telling us they just got a call about a possible accident at the I-10 exit ramp there at Grand Bay Wilmer Road (that’s an exit four). They’re headed to the scene there. Beyond that no problems coming down I-65 and we look good minus the fog to the downtown area.

 

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