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.
Transportation and Public Works
The Department engineers, constructs and maintains the County's roads, bridges, canals, sidewalks, street signs, pavement markings, traffic signals, street lights and stormwater drainage facilities. It also maintains landscapes along the public rights-of-way of Miami-Dade County.
The Underline is now open
Miami-Dade County, along with Friends of The Underline, hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for the opening of The Underline’s first half-mile segment, the Brickell Backyard on Feb. 26, 2021.
Stop control signs reversal
Miami Dade County Traffic Operations Division will start the Stop Control Reversal process at the intersection of NW 115th Street and NW 11th Avenue in two weeks. Existing Stop Controls for the North and South directions will be reversed to Stop Controls for the East and West Directions.
Public Works permit applications made easy
We have launched a new e-permitting web application. Now you can:
- Submit applications for design review, permits and Maintenance of Traffic (MOT).
- Upload plans and supporting documents.
- Receive text and email notifications for status updates.
- Make online payments.
- Print approved permits.
Note: Applications will not be accepted in person at the Public Works offices after October 1, 2019.
For more information, contact Daniel Ruiz at [email protected]
New - Stop controls will be added and removed in various locations
On June 5, 2020, the Miami-Dade County Department of Transportation and Public Works will start the process of removing Stop control in the north and south directions, and will install new Stop control in the east and west directions at the intersection of NW 29th Avenue and NW 56th Street.
Miami-Dade County activates adaptive smart signals to improve travel time for commuters
Commuters are saving time on the road thanks to new adaptive smart traffic signals now active throughout 10 major corridors in Miami-Dade County.
Don’t Blow It, Bag It!
The summer season usually brings an increased chance of street flooding during heavy downpours in South Florida. What many residents may not be aware of is that some street flooding can be avoided or minimized, by making sure that storm drains are clear of grass clippings, leaves and other debris.
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