One lane is open in each direction on the Flagler Memorial Bridge for passenger cars.
Vehicles exceeding 5 tons, which is larger than an average pickup truck, are not allowed over the bridge.
The bridge remains closed to pedestrian and bicycle traffic.
Drivers northbound on Flagler Drive no longer can take the east ramp to Flagler Memorial Bridge. The ramp is permanently closed.
Northbound drivers on Flagler Drive who want to go east on the bridge now must go west on Banyan Boulevard to North Dixie Highway, go north on North Dixie Highway to North Quadrille Boulevard, then go east on North Quadrille Boulevard over the bridge.
The ramp from the westbound bridge to northbound Flagler Drive is closed until Tuesday morning.
Drivers who want to go north on Flagler Drive will continue west to North Dixie Highway, go north on North Dixie Highway to Palm Beach Lakes Boulevard, and go east on Palm Beach Lakes Boulevard to Flagler Drive.
A temporary traffic signal is scheduled to be installed Tuesday where the ramp meets Flagler Drive. Once the ramp reopens, the following traffic pattern changes will be in effect:
* Westbound drivers who take the ramp to North Flagler Drive will be required to stop on red at the signal at the base of the ramp.
* Drivers going north on Flagler Drive, or coming from the ramp, will not be able to turn left onto Sixth Street.
* Drivers going north or south on Flagler Drive will be required to stop on red at the new signal to allow drivers coming off the ramp to go either north or south on Flagler Drive.
* Drivers going east on Sixth Street will not be able to go left on Flagler Drive; and drivers exiting the Bank of America drive-through will not be able to go north on Flagler Drive.
For information about the Flagler Memorial Bridge Replacement Project, please visit the project website: www.flaglerbridge.com.