Due to anticipated higher traffic volumes as a result of the Labor Day holiday, South Florida Container Terminal (SFCT) will open its gates at 6 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 2. Drivers should expect possible traffic delays.
Operating hours will return to normal on Wednesday, Sept. 3rd. For additional information, please contact SFCT at 305-347-3800.
PortMiami Tunnel is Now Open!
The PortMiami Tunnel improves access to and from the Port, serving as a dedicated roadway connector linking the Port with the MacArthur Causeway (State Road A1A) and I-395. Both cruise and cargo traffic can use the tunnel to access PortMiami.
PortMiami is your perishables gateway to the Americas! The closest port to Latin American and the Caribbean, the Port brings goods in faster and ensures the quickest, freshest delivery to consumers. Using PortMiami gets products to major U.S. population centers in four days or less.
The public art projects currently on display at PortMiami, Bhakti Baxter's Coral Reef City and Jim Drain's Bollard Project, have been recognized on the national stage! Miami-Dade County’s Public Art Department and PortMiami recently received an award for commissioning some of the most innovative public art projects in the country.
PortMiami is home to more than 13 cruise lines and welcomes more than four million passengers through its cruise terminals each year. We are very proud of our distinction as Cruise Capital of the World and happily welcome our cruisers from around the world. Bon voyage!
PortMiami is known worldwide as the Cargo Gateway of the Americas, with more than half of the Port’s trade coming from Latin America and the Caribbean. The Port continues to grow as a major trade nexus and is nearing completion on its capital improvement projects, which represent more than $1 billion in infrastructure investments. At PortMiami, we’ll make your cargo move!
Great Lakes Dredge and Dock Company is currently dredging PortMiami's channel to minus 50/52 feet. Once completed, in 2015, PortMiami will be big ship ready, equipped to welcome super-size container vessels arriving via the Panama Canal.
PortMiami and the Florida East Coast Railway (FEC) have partnered up to help shippers make the most of the coming Post-Panamax Era with the re-introduction of on-port, on-dock rail service. Restored tracks now connect the Port to the Hialeah Rail Yard with links to the national rail system, making PortMiami the most efficient entry point for goods flowing from Asia to the Southeastern U.S. and beyond.