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 Alton Road construction project, expected to be done in 2014, can be quite the headache for business owners, visitors and residents alike—but Miami Beach is hoping a free trolley service will help.
If your travels take you to Miami Beach late Monday into Tuesday, there is a traffic situation you need to be aware of. At 10 p.m., one eastbound lane on I-395/MacArthur Causeway Bridge from 200 feet west of I-395 to Biscayne Boulevard off ramp will be closed followed with the full eastbound closure between 1 a.m. and 5 a.m.
If your travels take you to Miami Beach late Monday into Tuesday, there is a traffic advisory you need to be aware of.
Lane closures on the Palmetto Expressway (SR 826) are set to start Saturday night, according to the Department of Transportation.
Palmetto expressway drivers take note: on Friday and Saturday nights, from Northwest 25th Street to 36th Street, north and southbound lanes will be closed for construction.
Plan on driving north or southbound on the Palmetto Friday night? You may have to seek an alternate route.
Live, work or visit Miami Beach often? You may want to consider that—for the next 10 months or so—Alton Road will be partially closed.
Downtown Miami residents, businesses and PortMiami have waited years for a new I-395 bridge. Tuesday an announcement was made that is designed to create a path forward to a new bridge.
A major design flaw at the new train station near Miami International Airport will get the simplest and cheapest solution Florida Department of Transportation officials said Thursday.