Seven Mile Bridge
The Seven Mile Bridge, longest of 42 spans on the Florida Keys’ Overseas Highway, is to close temporarily to vehicular traffic during the early morning hours Saturday, April 13, for the 32nd annual footrace over the convergence of the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico.
Visitors and tourists may notice a small change on Pigeon Key. The tiny island and historic education facility has gone green, Keys officials dumped the island’s electrical system and converted to solar-powered energy on Friday.
A high speed police chase in the middle Keys ended with a man jumping off the 7 Mile Bridge.
Florida International University (FIU) students are refurbishing the historic Seven Mile Bridge. Well, not exactly.
For the first time in the history of the 7-Mile Bridge Run marathon, runners at the starting line were told it was too dangerous for them on the bridge, and the race was canceled. It’s not known if, or when, it will be rescheduled.
If you’re planning on traveling to the Keys early Saturday morning you may run into a slight delay.
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