Listen: Orlando, Ed Torrence And Marsha Taylor discussed on Orlando's Morning News
"Westbound on your back to school back to work Monday. No major issues right now, you're looking pretty good for several county into downtown. I'm Eric Brown in air one. I four eastbound up to speed from the attractions area all the way into downtown Orlando. I'm Ed Torrence, news ninety six point five db. Good morning at six zero three. You're listening to the six AM expanded newsfeed. Fifteen minutes of uninterrupted news, weather and traffic part of Orlando's morning news with Joe Kelly on news ninety six point five WDBO. I'm Marsha Taylor. Recopied after months of delays the entrance ramp from Amelia street to the new iphone bridge over colonial drive in garland avenue finally opened today. We were the first to tell you last April about the cracks founded the pure supporting the bridge, but F dot says, it's now structurally sound our. We're learning that some drivers are still concerned about just how safe it is. Here's what some folks are saying about whether the drive can be a bit terrifying for them. Could be scary is different. I guess. Yeah. A little bit. I don't want to be driving on a crack here. Even though F dot says that there's no question that the bridges safe. The fact of the matter is that there are still cracks. However, there are sensors in place from top to bottom that'll be monitored until long-term repairs are made the only question that remains is whether the bridge will."