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Millions of people every year move through Miami International Airport, Port of Miami, Metrobus and Metrorail. Miami-Dade County offers special programs to help residents with limited resources or special needs to obtain transportation services.

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Highlights

  • As part of The People's Transportation Plan,
    120 lane miles of roadway improvements were made. Another 40 roadway projects began, including illuminated street sign replacements and intersection improvements.

  • The Golden Passport program, which provides free public transportation to seniors, grew by nearly 15 percent to 132,000 riders.

  • Overall transit use grew by 5 percent in 2006. Metrobus ridership increased by over 82 million riders while Metrorail ridership grew to more than 17.2 million riders.

  • Public Works filled all of its 5,176 pothole service requests within two days.

  • Miami International Airport's South Terminal expansion project was 87 percent complete in 2006. The facility is expected to open in the fall of 2007.

  • Residents requiring the use of Miami-Dade
    Transit’s Special Transportation Service (STS) took 1,890,152 trips in 2006, which is about a 3 percent increase from 2005.

  • In 2006, 68 intersection improvements were
    completed including the re-timing of traffic signals, addition of new signals and construction of turning lanes. To further alleviate congestion on roads, Public Works began to add all signals to a new traffic management system. In 2007, 750 signals will be incorporated into the system. By 2009, more than 2,600 traffic signals are expected to be online.

 

 

 

 

   

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