The Miami Beach City Commission held a special meeting Monday to talk about an impending traffic nightmare coming to the area.
In many fields, workers are always told to measure twice and cut once. State transportation officials working on a new train station at Miami International Airport might need to be told that axiom again.
Plans to repair Bear Cut Bridge, which connects Virginia Key to Key Biscayne, were given the green light by the Miami-Dade Commission.
Miami Beach commuters will have to pack their patience come Monday. That’s because the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) will begin its 28-month construction project on Alton Road from Fifth Street to Michigan Avenue.
On Friday morning, motorists on I-595 gained a new way to jump on Florida’s Turnpike.
Drivers on Biscayne Boulevard will experience déjà vu this weekend, as traffic will be rerouted for weekend two of the Ultra Music Festival.
City of Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado and Commissioner Marc Sarnoff have joined forces to sue the Florida Department of Transportation over the proposed design of a downtown bridge.
A second lane on the Bear Cut Bridge, which connects Virginia Key to Key Biscayne, has been opened.
There may be hope for drivers who take the Brickell Avenue Bridge in Miami. The southbound lanes remain closed for emergency repairs but those lanes are expected to be open soon.
Drivers who take the Brickell Avenue Bridge in Miami had better find a new route because southbound lanes are closed for emergency repairs.