There is a big change coming to two heavily traveled South Florida highways.
Try to avoid S.R. 836 Wednesday and Thursday nights. Travelers could find themselves in the midst of some major detours.
The planned closure of a section of SR 836 Wednesday night into Thursday has been delayed.
Two teenagers were killed and a third was sent to the hospital after an early Saturday morning crash that snarled traffic in both directions of the Dolphin Expressway (SR 836).
Traffic was at a standstill Saturday on westbound SR 836 after a fatal single vehicle crash near NW 57th Avenue.
Two men were hospitalized early Friday morning after their sports car burst into flames after hitting a concrete barrier on 836 in West Miami-Dade.
If you don’t want to get caught in a traffic headache this weekend, you might just want to stay home and avoid the roads altogether.
Construction crews will be hard at work in the westbound lanes of SR 836, also known as the Dolphin Expressway, forcing the highway to close at the NW 72 Avenue exit ramp.
The closure of all westbound lanes on SR 836, also known as the Dolphin Expressway, at the NW 72 Avenue exit ramp has been temporarily lifted and will resume Monday evening.