Lower gas prices and a stronger job market is paving the way for the highest number of drivers in over a decade on the roads this Memorial Day.
Before you hit the streets of South Florida, CBS4’s Vanessa Borge will help you steer clear of the week’s road closures.
For anyone who drives on south beach Alton road will be partly closed for nearly a year.
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.
“Let’s muscle through it.” That is the mentality of both drivers and construction workers ahead of major road closures along I-595 this weekend. Inside, a complete breakdown of this weekend’s closures.
Preliminary figures released Wednesday from the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles show crash fatalities fall for the sixth year straight.
Drivers on I-595 in Broward County have been battling road construction for months now, but it’s about to get worse. Starting July 5th, construction crews will shut down ramps from anywhere from 20 days to several months.
Horsepower move over. Muscle power is expected to take over parts of Miami and South Beach this Sunday.
Turnpike motorists headed north from the Florida Keys and Homestead may experience traffic delays at the Homestead toll plaza this weekend, due to construction activities.