Just because it’s summer in South Florida doesn’t mean traffic still isn’t horrible, especially with all of the continuing construction taking place around town.
Cones and crews are taking over the roads this week.
Road closures will take place next week as construction crews begin work on the Miami Avenue bridge over the Miami River.
Drivers will have a new exit ramp Tuesday morning for those traveling from eastbound I-595 to eastbound SR 84 Marina Mile Boulevard.
Voters in Miami-Dade County are being asked to raise their taxes to fund a major overhaul of the Jackson Health System.
A high-rise, oceanfront condo in Sunny Isles took a hit Tuesday from a construction drilling rig.
It seems like a never-ending path of cones and crews on I-595; and this week expect up to three lanes closed eastbound between University Drive and Davie Road every night from 9pm to 5am.
Expected to change over the weekend, the opening of the new northbound SR 826 ramp to NW 25th Street has been postponed.
If you take Florida’s Turnpike between Sunrise Boulevard and I-595, you will be inconvenienced this week for the installation of an overhead sign.
United States District Judge Michael Moore has permanently struck down a Florida law that banned companies from bidding on government contracts if they also do business with Cuba or Syria.