Consider yourself warned, South Florida, a new traffic pattern on the Dolphin and Palmetto Expressway started over the weekend and drivers will have to do the exact opposite as they were before Sunday.
Seat belts are not an option, and for the next few weeks, Sunrise police are enforcing drivers to, “Click it or Ticket.”
Commuters take note: I-95 express lanes and eastbound I-395 from SR-836 and I-95 to Miami Beach will be closed Tuesday night.
The major traffic lane changes to State Road 836 started this weekend, but with Monday a holiday for some, drivers returning to work Tuesday may find themselves confused on their usual route.
The holiday travel season is about to hit overdrive this weekend as people head home for the holidays across the country by land and by air.
South Florida drivers who use hands free gadgets to talk on the phone and send text messages or emails from behind the wheel because they think they are a safer alternative could be more distracted and in more danger than if they simply talked on a cell phone, according to a new AAA study.
It’s a common thing that people do, get behind the wheel on little to no sleep. While many think they won’t fall asleep while driving, it happens and it can be deadly.
South Florida drivers are hanging onto their cars…clunkers and all. The reason: sobering economic news may be putting the hurt on U.S. auto sales.
Do you think you have a bad commute? You do. One study says the Miami area has the fourth worst commute in the country, about twenty seven minutes each way every day.
South Florida’s terrain may be flat, but its bridges surely aren’t. From the famous Seven-Mile Bridge to the MacArthur Causeway, the bridges that connect islands to the mainland are treat to drive through, especially with […]