For almost a month, Miami Beach residents and visitors may have been inconvenienced due to construction that closed the Alton Road flyover. But according to Florida Department of Transportation, the flyover is set to reopen Tuesday night.
In an effort to help alleviate parking issues along Alton Road during an ongoing construction project, Miami Beach officials will allow drivers to park within the work zone at spots where a white bag covers the parking meter.
It’s an amazing feat of engineering, an enormous construction project that will soon have a brand new runway shooting right over the top of federal highway by Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport.
A major makeover for Alton Road is impacting everyone and everything on Miami Beach, including businesses.
South Florida drivers, with plans on using the SR 826 and SR 836 in the next upcoming days, should make note of some closures set for contractors to work on the overhead bridge.
With a touch of special effects, even a Congressman pitching one plan, two competing companies revealed their visions for the tired Miami Beach Convention Center Tuesday.
Drivers on the Dolphin Expressway (SR 836) and Palmetto Expressway (SR 826) are in for some major changes to their commute beginning Thursday night.
As construction on the expanded runway at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport kicks into high gear, nearby residents are dealing with the fallout.
Drivers on the Florida Turnpike will experience delays and detours throughout the weekend as they travel through the Davie area.
Drivers in Miami Beach are hitting road blocks and backups as The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) began its 28-month construction project on Alton Road.