Miami-Dade’s roadway network includes 28 miles of interstate freeways, 111 miles of Turnpike and other freeways, 581 miles of major roadways, and over 5,900 miles of local streets and roads. In all, that’s over 6,500 miles that must be maintained, policed, cleaned and frequently repaved or rebuilt. In addition there are over 110 bridges in… [Read More]
Miami-Dade Transit (MDT) is the largest public transportation system in Florida, operating a fleet of more than 828 buses as well as Metrorail (the 25-mile elevated rail system) and Metromover (the 4.4-mile downtown people mover). MDT’s buses travel approximately 2.5 million miles a month, with service throughout Miami-Dade County and commuter express service extending well… [Read More]
There are over 130 miles of active railroad tracks, one major airport, and one seaport in Miami-Dade County. These represent the infrastructure used to move the highest flow of commodities anywhere in Florida, at more than 120 million tons annually. This infrastructure is critical to the While freight movements represent a small portion of the… [Read More]
There are more than 450 miles of bicycle pedestrian facilities in Miami-Dade County, including bicycle lanes, paved paths, paved shoulders, and unpaved trails, representing an extensive transportation infrastructure that caters to non-motorized modes of travel within Miami-Dade County.
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