Downtown Orlando is facing major traffic delays due to multiple roads collapsing into sinkholes. The roads have been closed off, and drivers are having to find alternate routes to navigate around the downtown area.
The sinkholes have caused a disruption in the transportation network, and drivers should plan accordingly if they need to travel through this area.
On Friday afternoon, Orlando police reported a sinkhole had appeared on East Anderson Street and Boon, in downtown Orlando. The sinkhole was reported to have started to form around 4pm, and traffic has been disrupted in the area as a result.
The police are advising drivers to take alternative routes or public transport, while they investigate the cause of the sinkhole and work on repairing it.
To find out more about sinkholes in Orange County, Florida check the Orange County maps page.
- 55-foot-wide sinkhole appeared near Scott Lake in Lakeland - September 9, 2023
- Pavement hole forms by Emergency Operations Center - August 1, 2023
- High Springs Firefighters Save Puppy Trapped in Sinkhole - July 30, 2023