Live Traffic Blog

Mobile, AL (WKRG)-

8:25 AM- .Good morning it’s been a smooth commute on the Bayway and Causeway and through the tunnels. so far on your Thursday a new fender bender is occurred there in front of the Admiral Semmes Hotel just off of Government at Joakim. it’s a fender bender Mobile Police headed the same. no accidents according to Alabama Highway Patrol right now Florida Highway Patrol has a new accident there in Pensacola East Nine Mile Road and Airway Drive involving Roadblock so avoid that intersection

7:55 AM- We’ve had a smooth commute this morning on the Bayway and Causeway, westbound traffic picked up in the last few minutes but nothing out of the ordinary. Looking good right now through both tunnels.  Both Mobile Police and Alabama Highway Patrol reporting no new accidents. Mobile Fire & Rescue clearing that earlier vehicle fire in front of the Texaco there on Springhill Avenue between Providence Street and Catherine Street.  And a couple trouble spots on the Panhandle including in Pensacola there at Pine Forest Road at Goodwin lane and in Milton Industrial Boulevard and Opportunity drive, both of those are fender benders.

7:25 AM- Mobile fire and Rescue on the scene of an accident there involving a vehicle fire in front of the Texaco there at Springhill Avenue between Providence Street and Catherine Street.  Make way for emergency vehicles as they try and get that taken care of. Mobile Police still on the scene of an earlier fender-bender in the Theodore area Rangeline Road and Evonik drive. Still looking good on the bayway and Causeway and through the tunnels without any trouble spots. No new issues in Pensacola according to Pensacola Police or Florida Highway Patrol.

6:10 a.m.- Well it’s been “so far so good” to begin your Thursday morning commute on the Bayway and Causeway. Both directions still flowing along freely with no problems right now through either of the tunnels.  Alabama Highway Patrol trying to clear an earlier accident in Semmes; McCreary Road at Carmary Road. In Pensacola an accident involving injuries and roadblock Ely Road at East Johnson Avenue. Florida Highway Patrol and emergency vehicles are there so avoid that intersection. Pensacola Police though reporting no accidents.

5:55 a.m.-Our Thursday morning commute begins with an accident in the Semmes community at McCrary at Carmary Road.  Alabama Highway Patrol is on the scene there. Beyond that moving along nicely throughout Mobile.  Accident-free coming down I-65, no problems at the I-10 interchange.  Downtown looks good the Bayway and Causeway still rolling along smoothly.  In Pensacola that earlier accident still being worked Ely Road at East Johnson Avenue.  It does involve injuries and possible roadblock; emergency vehicles and Florida Highway Patrol are on the scene.

5:35 a.m.- Alabama Highway Patrol is beginning the morning with an accident at McCrary Road there at Carmary in the Semmes Community.  Expect a little delay there.  Coming down I-65 we look good.  Though in the downtown area where accident-free according to Mobile Police.  No problems on the Bayway or Causeway,running smoothly both directions and through the tunnels. A new trouble spot in Pensacola there an accident with injuries Ely Road there at East Johnson Avenue with possible roadblock so avoid that area too.

5:06 a.m.- Our first check of traffic here on this early Thursday reveals an accident in the Semmes area at McCreary at Carmary. Watch for a little delay there if you know where that is. Beyond that though in Mobile we’re moving along well, no problems coming down I-65. Mobile police reporting no accidents. The Bayway and Causeway is rolling along smoothly and no problems through either of the tunnels.  No accidents to report along the Panhandle in Florida.

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