The 79th Daytona Bike Week, which is one of the nation’s largest motorcycle rallies, will take place from March 6–15. It is estimated that 500,000 motorcyclists and enthusiasts will converge on Daytona Beach for the 10-day event.
Roads in Volusia County can expect to be busier with bike week visitors, as well as spring breakers. Motorists can use FL511 to help navigate traffic during this time.
The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) encourages motorists to use the FL511.com website and mobile app for travel in and near Daytona Beach during Bike Week 2020. FL511 is the state’s official source for traffic information to help motorists plan their route ahead of time, increasing safety and reducing stress. To plan a trip, motorists can log onto the FL511 website or download the FL511 Mobile App to see current congestion, construction, incidents, and other issues along major roads that can affect driving. The FL511 app, website, and Twitter feeds provide information on Florida’s interstates, toll roads and other major metropolitan roadways, allowing drivers to avoid unnecessary delays, as well as receive updates on accidents, congestion, construction and more. Travelers can follow FL511 on 13 Twitter handles, on Facebook @FL511, and Instagram @Florida_511.
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