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East-West Corridor

The East-West Corridor is one of the six rapid transit corridors of the Strategic Miami Area Rapid Transit (SMART) Plan. The East-West Corridor runs along SR 836/Dolphin Expressway from the Miami Intermodal Center (MIC) adjacent to the Miami International Airport (MIA) to SW 8 St. at SW 147 Ave. next to the Tamiami Terminal.

Public Design Studio

The Department of Transportation and Public Works hosted two virtual public meetings regarding Transit Oriented Development (TOD) opportunities along the East-West Corridor on November 18th and November 19th, 2020. 

Watch the November 18th meeting for information on the Western BRT station areas along the corridor at 107th Ave. and 97th Ave., and the November 19th meeting for information regarding the Eastern BRT station areas at NW 7th Street and NW 42nd Ave.

We want to encourage the public to continue to provide input and visit the crowdsource map created to continue collecting input.

SMART Plan Public Meetings

In March 2021, DTPW hosted two urban design studios for the East-West Corridor Transit Oriented Development (TOD) Master Plan. 
  • Watch the presentation for the proposed 107th avenue and 97th avenue stations 
  • Watch the presentation for the proposed NW 42 Avenue and NW 7 Street at SR-826 stations 

Locally Preferred Alternative (LPA)

On October 22, 2020, the Miami-Dade Transportation Planning Organization (TPO) Governing Board selected the Locally Preferred Alternative (LPA) as Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) on dedicated transit only lanes along SW 8th Street from the Tamiami Terminal to SW 137th Avenue, along SW 137th Avenue to the SR 836 Extension, and on the SR 836 Extension shoulders.

The BRT routes would be running on dedicated lanes in the center of SR 836 and along NW 7th Street to NW 62nd Avenue. The East-West BRT routes would be in addition and complement the 836 Express Service already operating in the Corridor. Prior to the LPA adoption on October 22, 2020, the Department of Transportation and Public Works (DTPW) studied the implementation of the East-West Corridor Rapid Transit Project. The study aimed to identify locations for transit stations, Park and Ride/transit terminal facilities, and the implementation of a cost-effective, high-ridership, new premium transit service with supporting pedestrian and bicycle facilities.