TRAFFIC ALERT: Causeway, Other Roads Closed Due to Flooding

UPDATE (4 p.m.) – Crews with ALDOT decided to open the westbound lanes of the Causeway Thursday afternoon after closing the entire roadway due to flooding.


UPDATE (10:45 a.m.) – Mobile County officials closed several roadways in the Fowl River area due to flooding Thursday morning including Dolphin Court, Perch Boulevard, Bream Drive and Bass Drive.

The Alabama Department of Transportation has also officially closed Dauphin Island Parkway at the Dog River Bridge due to flooding.


UPDATE (9:35 a.m.) – The Alabama Department of Transportation has closed all lanes of the Causeway due to flooding on the roadway.


UPDATE (9 a.m.) – Mobile County has also closed Lott Road and Ferry Mason Road at the Escatawpa River in north Mobile County due to flooding on the roadway.

There also reports of flooding on the Dauphin Island Parkway near the Dog River Bridge.


UPDATE (7:50 A.M.)The Alabama Department of Transportation closed the Eastbound Causeway due to increase flooding on the roadway Thursday morning.

Flood waters are covering the lanes near the I-10 Bayway on-ramps. Westbound ramp to I-10 is also impassable.

There is also a 3-vehicle fender bender on the I-10 bayway Westbound before Battleship Parkway Exit.

Traffic is Backing up, use caution.

ORIGINAL STORY 6:09 A.M:

MOBILE, AL (WKRG)- We’re seeing some flooding on the Eastbound lanes of the causeway near the Battleship Parkway Exit.  

The on ramp is closed getting onto I-10EB from the causeway due to flooding conditions.  

Also looks like flooding on the righthand lane of the EB causeway near I-10 as well.

Use some caution or avoid this area.

We wil keep you updated on traffic conditions throughout the morning.

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