The Department of Transportation and Public Works (DTPW) develops, coordinates and operates the County transportation networks with the goal of improving ability to create a safer, more resilient, connected and sustainable community for our residents, businesses and visitors.
As part of DTPW's Vision to be the world's best provider of transportation options, the department operates, repairs, and maintains a myriad of public infrastructure assets throughout Miami-Dade County, including:
- 16 million linear feet of sidewalk in unincorporated Miami-Dade County
- 3,154 traffic signals - fourth largest network in the country
- Over 1,250,000 traffic signs
- Over 3,150 miles of paved roads throughout unincorporated Miami-Dade County
- 27,668 streetlights
- Nearly 400 miles of dedicated bicycle lanes and trails for cyclists and pedestrians countywide
- Over 51,500 drainage structures
- 199 vehicular bridges including 8 movable bridges and 9 culverts
- 14 pedestrian bridges
- More than 209 miles of secondary canals and ditches
- 18 pump stations
Residents can report certain neighborhood improvement concerns below by calling 311 or using 311Direct.
Learn more about most common neighborhood concerns.