JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Driving down Beach Boulevard is certainly no day at the beach for drivers.
"I hate it," said driver Mike Willoughby, "Beach Boulevard has always been overrun with construction."
People are dealing with construction woes between San Pablo and Hodges.
"It just seems to go on and on," said business owner Sue Pastorini.
Pastorini owns Curves on Beach Boulevard. She said she'd have more customers if it weren't for the heavy trucks and construction barrels just outside her business.
"We're hanging on but it's really putting a roadblock in my goals," said Pastorini.
The $12.9 dollar project that will widen a 1.5-mile stretch of Beach Boulevard started in August 2009. It is now 65 percent complete and will be complete in August or September.
"People, they're asking, when are the cones going to go away," said Mike Goldman, spokesman of the Florida Department of Transportation.