7:55 a.m.- Your morning commute continues to look good on the bayway and Causeway right now without any trouble spots. Looking good right now through the tunnels as well. Mobile police on the scene of a fender bender at airport at Dogwood Drive, make way for emergency vehicles there. We’re looking good though coming down I-65 right now no problems there at the I-10 interchange. The earlier trouble spot in downtown Pensacola or we had a report of a structure fire has pretty much been taking care of their East government at South Tarragona Street no more delay around there.
7:25 a.m.- We’ve had a smooth Monday morning commute on the Bayway and calls wave so far and thankfully that continues both directions. No problems through either of the tunnels as well. In Mobile, Mobile Police reporting no accidents right now. We’re looking good coming down I-65 from North Mobile County. Alabama Highway Patrol not on the scene of any problems as well. In Pensacola in the downtown area we had a report of a structure finder the intersection of East Government at South Tarragona Street. Emergency vehicles are on the scene to avoid that area but no trouble spots right now I-10 to I-110
6:55 a.m.- Mobile Police still on the scene of an earlier accident that involved in Mobile police on the scene of an earlier accident that involved injuries there at Old Shell and Schillinger. Right now they’re just waiting on a tow truck to get that completely cleared. Looking good coming down I-65. Medium to heavy traffic volume right now crossing the Bayway and Causeway. In Pensacola we’ve got a report of a structure fire there East Government Street at Tarragona Street in the downtown area. Emergency vehicles are on the scene and Pensacola Police and have units on the scene as well to help direct traffic so you’ll want to avoid that area in downtown Pensacola .
6:35 a.m.- Mobile police on the scene of an accident than involves injuries at the intersection of Old Shell at Schillinger so expect and delays there. Traffic volume has picked up there crossing the Bayway especially headed Westbound towards Mobile but we’re looking good even with that. No problems on the causeway and through both tunnels we look good. No problems right now along I-65. Florida Highway Patrol in the Pensacola area telling us that Pensacola Boulevard northbound there trying to get onto I-10 Westbound at the on ramp is closed. You’ll have to find a different route getting on the interstate there but Pensacola police reporting no accidents.
6:10 a.m.- If your schedule takes you out on the roadways over the next few minutes and you need to take the Bayway or Causeway, well both are flowing along nicely, no need for an alternate. We’re looking good through both tunnels to start off your Monday as well. In Mobile, Mobile Police and Alabama Highway Patrol both reporting no accidents right now. We’re looking good coming down I-65 at I-10. In Pensacola both Pensacola Police and Florida Highway Patrol not on the scene of any major accidents right now as well.
5:35 a.m.- As you get up and going here on this Monday morning, if you need to take the Bayway or Causeway over the next few minutes both directions are flowing along nicely. No problems through the tunnels. In Mobile we’re accident-free according to Mobile Police and Alabama Highway Patrol. In Pensacola, Pensacola Boulevard Northbound ramp to I-10 Westbound is closed right now and of course be careful through the construction zone from I-110 over towards the start of the Escambia Bay Bridge.
5:06 a.m.- If you need to get out on the roadways over the next few minutes to begin your Monday morning commute, we are looking good on the Bayway and Causeway without any delay. No problems through the tunnels and in the Mobile area both Mobile Police and Alabama Highway Patrol reporting no accidents. In Pensacola we’ve got a delay there Northbound Highway 29 (that’s Pensacola Boulevard) trying to get onto I-10 westbound. The on ramp is closed. And closer to the coast Gulf Beach highway there at Winthrop Avenue there’s an accident involving injuries. Florida Highway Patrol is on the scene.