TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) — Tolls have been suspended on roadways across Tampa Bay and Florida. The latest orders from the governor’s office have expanded from areas in Tampa Bay as Hurricane Ian continued its approach to Florida.

Inititally, FDOT had suspended all tolls on the Selmon Expressway until further notice as per Governor DeSantis’ order on Monday.

Now, the toll suspensions affect the following areas:

  • Broward & Collier counties
    • Alligator Alley
  • Citrus, Hernando, & Pasco counties
    • Suncoast Parkway
  • Hillsborough County
    • I-4 Connector
    • Selmon Expressway
    • Veterans Expressway
  • Central Florida (Lake, Orange, Osceola, Seminole & Sumter counties)
    • Apopka Expressway
    • Beachline Expressway
    • Central Florida GreeneWay
    • East-West Expressway
    • Florida’s turnpike Mainline
    • Goldenrod Road Extension
    • I-4 Express
    • Osceola Parkway
    • Pinciana Parkway
    • Seminole Expressway
    • Southern Connector Extension
    • SR 453
    • Wekiva Parkway
    • Western Beltway
  • Pinellas County
    • Pinellas Bayway
    • Sunshine Skyway Bridge
  • Polk County
    • Polk Parkway

Due to reduction in traffic levels, the I-4 Emergency Shoulder Use authorization from Tampa to Orlando has been put on hold, according to Gov. Ron DeSantis.

In preparation for Hurricane Ian, the Selmon Expressway Reversible Express Lanes (REL) will remain open eastbound until further notice.

Drivers can check THEA’s home page for an “up-to-the-minute status” on the direction of the REL. The Reversible Express Lane (REL) will not open westbound until further notice.

For the latest Max Defender 8 updates on hurricane Ian, click here.