Steering You Right: Overnight Closures On I-75 & PalmettoSouth Florida's seemingly endless road construction rolls on this week with a number of overnight closures.
Road Closures Coming For Drivers on Dolphin, Palmetto ExwyDue to continuing work for the Interstate Reconstruction Project, contractors have announced several road closures along the SR 826 and SR 836 highways beginning Friday night.
Street Closures For Three Kings Parade In Little HavanaThe annual Three Kings parade is back again and locals plan to go out and celebrate in Little Havana.
Steering You Right: Overnight Closures On I-95 & I-75Traffic will be a little lighter than usual this week due to school being out and the Christmas holiday on Friday.
Hialeah Road Closures To Begin Friday NightA detour for Hialeah drivers is scheduled for this weekend, barring any weather-related issues.
Lane Closures On Dolphin And Palmetto Expy Begin This WeekendConstruction has forced the temporary lane closures for drivers on SR 836 and SR 826 starting Saturday, November 14th, between 10 p.m. and 7 a.m. Sunday.
Steering You Right: Overnight Closures On Turnpike & I-95Drivers out late need to be award of several overnight closures on some of South Florida's busiest roads.
Construction To Close I-75 Ramp At Sheridan This WeekendSaturday night, crews are closing down the northbound ramp at I-75 connecting to westbound Sheridan Street.
Steering You Right: Overnight Closures On Turnpike, I-595Drivers out late need to be aware of overnight closures this week on the Dolphin Expressway and I-595.
Steering You Right Through South Florida's Road ClosuresBefore heading out the door, a check on the planned road closures is probably a good idea.
South Florida Thinks Pink & Races For The CureOctober is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and that means South Floridians laced up their walking and running shoes for the 20th annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.
South Florida Thinks Pink & Readies To Race For The CureOctober is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and that means it’s time for South Floridians to lace up their walking and running shoes for the 20th annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.