FDOT work took place over several days this week, but crews are gone now.
Teams have wrapped up this week's work on the New Pass bridge that had prompted a shift in travel lanes, first for southbound traffic and then for northbound.
Brian Rick, a spokesman for the Florida Department of Transportation, said the over-the-edge maintenance under the main span began on Monday, April 8 and it wrapped up April 11.
"The underside of the bridge was reached by a special extension truck from the shoulder as noted to prevent traffic delays,'' Rick said.
Traffic was moving through the work zone with little delay, though some cyclists were taking a more cautious approach through the different traffic pattern.
"Just another reason to wear this,'' said cyclist Jeremy Curtis, tugging on to his bright yellow cycling shirt as he waited for a traffic signal at Ken Thompson Parkway at John Ringling Parkway.