Ride sharing companies like Uber and Lyft have already suspended service in parts of Florida as Hurricane Irma approaches the area.
Uber announced Saturday that it suspended its ride-sharing services in Miami-Dade county at noon and will do the same in Broward County to comply with the 4 p.m. curfew. The company already suspended service in the Florida Keys, the Miami Herald reports.
Lyft also suspended service in Miami at midnight on Friday. A spokesperson for the company told the Miami Herald they are closely monitoring the situation.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott has urged a third of the state's residents to evacuate before Irma makes landfall.
During a news conference on Saturday he delivered a strong message to those in evacuation zones: "You need to leave — not tonight, not in an hour, right now."
The storm surge is expected to be up to 15 feet in some areas along Florida's west coast.
There is a high probability of Tropical Storm Conditions throughout the entire Florida Peninsula. pic.twitter.com/dA41VI2RoS— NHC Atlantic Ops (@NHC_Atlantic) September 9, 2017
"This is the most catastrophic storm the state has ever seen," Scott added, urging people to evacuate.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.