South Florida Roads (Miami-Dade and Monroe Counties)
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South Florida Roads (Miami-Dade and Monroe Counties)


The FDOT District Six Construction Department manages and oversees dozens of state road and bridge construction projects on the state highway system within Miami-Dade and Monroe counties. These projects range from minor intersection upgrades that will enhance traffic flow, to major multi-million dollar programs such as the State Road (SR) 826/ Palmetto Expressway Expansion Program and the Miami Intermodal Center (MIC), which offer significant benefits to the movement of people and goods in our district.

Our customers – the users of our facilities – are our number one priority. We are committed to delivering quality projects that are completed on schedule and within budget while striving to minimize construction-related impacts to residents, businesses and visitors.

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Closures of the State Road (SR) 826 Ramp to Eastbound SR 836, Westbound SR 836 and NW 12 Street
Aug 22, 2014

The following closures will be implemented as scheduled below:

Full Eastbound Closure of NW 25 Street
Aug 22, 2014

All eastbound travel lanes and one westbound travel lane on NW 25 Street will be closed from NW 89 Court to NW 87 Avenue on Wednesday, August 27 and Thursday, August 28, between the hours of 8 p.m. and 5:30 a.m.

Nighttime Closure of Westbound NW 12 Street
Aug 19, 2014

All westbound travel lanes on NW 12 Street between Milam Dairy Road and NW 78 Avenue will be closed Monday, August 25 through Thursday, August 28, between the hours of 10 p.m. and 5:30 a.m.

Nighttime Closure of Southbound State Road (SR) 826
Aug 15, 2014

All southbound SR 826 lanes will be closed nightly from south of NW 25 Street to SR 836, Monday, August 18 through Wednesday, August 20, between the hours of 11 p.m. and 5 a.m.

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