Drivers will notice a shift in traffic for anyone going northbound on US 1 near Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.
In 2012, more than 700 bicyclists were killed by drivers in the United States. Each year, we report on many South Florida bicyclists being hit some with fatal results. But in these accidents, is it all the driver’s fault? And what is being done to keep bicyclists and drivers safe on our streets?
Traffic changes will take place for drivers beginning Monday morning. To prepare for those change, some closures will take place through the weekend.
Drivers were relieved to find the Dolphin Expressway westbound lanes were opened earlier than expected after toll structure construction.
The new southbound Milam Dairy Road lanes between NW 12 Street and NW 7 Street are now open.
The eastbound 836 exit ramp to southbound NW 27th Avenue will be closed through Thursday from 9 p.m. to 5:30 a.m. each night.
After months of delays, the tunnel connecting the airport and the interstate directly to and from PortMiami will open Sunday.
Drivers who normally travel on State Roads 826 and 836 in the late-night, early-morning hours will need to find alternate routes.
If you’ve ever driven through Broward County, there’s a slight chance that you’ve been watched. In parts of northern Broward County, license plates are tracked by computers every time a car passes by. These systems have been in use for several years now.
This week there will be problems on the Palmetto.