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​​Construction Notices 

Runway-related​ construction projects at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) and North Perry Airport (HWO) with potential airport operations/traffic impacts. Note: Visit Landside Advisories for airport roadway construction projects.

FLL South Runway Scheduled for Overnight Maintenance

The South Runway (10R-28L) at Broward County's Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) will undergo routine nightly maintenance from Monday, May 9, to Thursday, May 12, 2022, 11:45PM to 6AM.
To facilitate this work, the South Runway (10R-28L) will close overnight as follows:

Monday, May 9, from 11:45PM to 6AM, Tuesday, May 10
Tuesday, May 10, from 11:45PM to 6AM, Wednesday, May 11
Wednesday, May 11, from 11:45PM to 6AM, Thursday, May 12

During the late-night/early morning closure, all arriving and departing planes will use the North Runway (10L-28R).

(​Updated: May 9, 2022, 10AM​)


Please monitor your airline's flight status for updates in the event of weather-related schedule disruptions. Generally, we will share information about flight delays and cancellation activity on our social media channels (Twitter/Facebook).

View the current weather conditions in Fort Lauderdale and around the country on The Weather Channel website. 


511 Traveler Information System

The Florida Department of Transportation provides real-time traffic and travel information in English and Spanish on its 511 Traveler Information phone and internet system. 511 is updated with:

  • Traffic information, including crashes

  • Commuter travel times 

  • Congestion

  • Lane closures 

  • Severe weather

  • Construction and emergency evacuation information on interstate highways, toll roads, and many metropolitan roadways

Florida Highway Patrol - Traffic Reports

For traffic accidents in Broward County, go to the Florida Highway Patrol's Traffic Crash Report. For regional traffic accidents in Florida, go to the Florida Highway Patrol's Incidents by Region Report.

Visit Florida Highway Patrol for vehicle information.