As we continue our recovery and cleanup efforts, please visit the Emergency website for the latest information on openings and closings in Miami-Dade County.
Miami-Dade County is committed to enhancing the infrastructure of the community in order to improve our economy and support the growth of #OurCounty.
PortMiami is ready for the big ship era! It is the only major logistics hub south of Virginia capable of handling fully laden post-Panamax vessels. More than $1 billion of capital infrastructure projects are now complete and have transformed PortMiami to a major U.S. global gateway.Back to Top
Miami Avenue Bridge Improvement Project
The Miami Avenue Bridge improvement project is located on South Miami Avenue over the Miami River. Bridge improvement activities included the repair and replacement of bridge structures and electrical components and the installation of new navigation lighting. The bridge rehabilitation project will improve the lifespan and condition of the bridge. The re-opening took place on November 30, 2015.Back to Top
The Underline will transform the land below Miami's Metrorail into a 10-mile linear park and urban trail to improve pedestrian and bicycle safety, create hundreds of acres of green space and will generate significant economic impact. The Underline is the only urban trail directly linked to transit and is the heart of the County's broader vision for a connected biking system for all Miami-Dade counties.Back to Top
Miami Intermodal Center
The Miami Intermodal Center (MIC) Program includes the construction of the MIA Mover, Rental Car Center, Miami Central Station and major roadway improvements. The MIC provides connectivity between Palm Beach County, Fort Lauderdale, Miami and the Florida Keys, making travel easier for residents and visitors.Back to Top
Water and Sewer Capital Improvements
The Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Department’s (WASD) Capital Improvement Plan will provide necessary upgrades to thousands of miles of pipes, pump stations and water and wastewater treatment plants that provide you high quality drinking water and wastewater services.Back to Top
West Venetian Bascule Bridge Replacement Project
Deterioration caused by a harsh marine environment due to the Venetian bridges' location and low elevation has resulted in the need to demolish and replace the westernmost 730 feet of the West Venetian Bascule Bridge. The bridge re-opened on February 29, 2016, after nearly months of rehabilitation work.Back to Top Page Last Edited: Wed Nov 30, 2016 4:32:14 PM
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