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Puerto Rico Road Status as of September 28, 2017

A map of Puerto Rico showing the road status as of September 26, 2017. The text callouts from the upper left corner of the graphic going clockwise: Inaccessible due to mudslide at 140 km in the direction of Mayaguez towards Arecibo. Lanes towards Mayaguez being used in both directions. Inaccessible from 148.7 km to 142.8 km due to flooding in both directions. Inaccessible due to mudslide and detachment of road at 54.4 km. Detour by PR-603 and PR-6103. Signage, lightning, and fallen trees. Accessible in both directions. Inaccessible at 22.6 km due to structural concerns in both directions. Inaccessible at 4.1 km due to flooding in both directions. Inaccessible in three segments in San Juan direction. Lanes toward Fajardo being used in both directions. Inaccessible in three segments in San Juan direction. Lanes towards Fajardo being used in both directions. Closed in direction to Caguas. Lanes towards Fajardo used in both direction. Inaccessible at 93.9 km towards Ponce. Emergency lane towards Caguas being used in opposite direction. Inaccessible due to structural damage of bridge at 1 km. Inaccessible at 200 km in both directions due to flood. Lanes towards Mayaguez being used in both directions. Inaccessible due to mudslide at 12.6 km. Inaccessible from 148.7 km to 142.km due to flooding in both directions.

A map showing the status of roads in Puerto Rico as of September 28, 2017.

Photo by FEMA - Sep 28, 2017
Last Updated: September 28, 2017