A traffic alert to keep in mind - that could affect your drive southbound on Interstate 95 near downtown. In just hours ... one exit will close for good... It's the Hendricks Avenue exit ... off of the Main Street Bridge... Channel 4's Ashley Mitchem tells us -- drivers will no longer be able to use the heavily traveled exit -- but there ARE alternate routes. 3 3 00-10INTRO: 13:37 I'm driving the exit from the Main Street Bridge to Hendricks Avenue for the last time.. The Florida Department of Transportation is permantantly closing the exit at 8 PM Monday as part of the Overland Bridge project. NAT POPThe D-O-T says the closure will make the highway safer, because drivers will no longer be merging over to the exit, in the same area where drivers merge from the Acosta Bridge, to I-95.Brian Delburn, FDOT 20:06 There's a weaving movement that occurs when that main street traffic tries to get onto Hendricks exit so we are trying to eliminate thatDrivers say they know the weaving DOT is talking about... 23:52 It does get crazy during the rush hour everybody trying to switch lanes back and forth22:53 It's going to affect my route, I'll have to go a different direction I guessSo what are the alternate routes?) Drivers can exit onto Riverplace Boulevard, then take that to Prudential Drive and Hendricks Avenue.Another option is to take I-95 to Emerson Street, and take that to Hendricks.Or, drivers can exit at Atlantic Boulevard, U- turn at Kingman Avenue, and head back to Hendricks.Also remember, drivers who take the Acosta Bridge can still exit directly onto Hendricks.) The overland bridge project is scheduled for completion in 2016.The project includes improving traffic flow along the I-95 corridor just south of the Fuller Warren Bridge in downtown Jacksonville.The series of overpasses that carry traffic over Hendricks, Kings and Montana avenues will be replaced along 2.3 miles of I-95. AM C4 TLS.