Port Miami Tunnel is scheduled to open Monday morning, according to sources.
An opening date has yet to be set in stone for the Port Miami Tunnel, but the opening may be soon.
Despite the fanfare and celebration last month to mark the completion of the PortMiami Tunnel, it’s still not open. The Florida Department of Transportation said addressing some unexpected last-minute problems will move the opening to at least late July.
CBS4 News has learned the opening of the PortMiami Tunnel has been delayed because of the failure of jet fans intended to keep air circulating and toxic fumes from accumulating in the underground passage.
After decades of planning, four years of construction, and a dedication ceremony to boot, the PortMiami tunnel will not be opening on time. The opening to traffic has been delayed until mid-June.
After decades of planning and four years of construction, the PortMiami Tunnel will officially open on Monday.
After decades of planning and four years of construction, the PortMiami Tunnel will soon be open for travel.
Locals are slated to gather for the PortMiami Tunnel dedication ceremony on Monday, May 18th.
The engineering gem that is the PortMiami Tunnel is poised to open by Memorial Day, just four years after construction began on the mile-long, four lane, twin tube built with the sweat equity of thousands of workers and a 3,000 ton drill named Harriett.
The PortMiami Tunnel project will soon be open to traffic after years of construction.
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.