There are numerous FDOT construction projects in the pipeline for the next 5 years that will be impacting our Residents, Employees and CMB Visitors. This page will serve as a communication tool for all our MBNA Members. We urge our members to BE INVOLVED and STAY INFORMED!
As indicated in the FDOT PROJECT CHART below, there are a total of fourteen (14) FDOT construction projects in the pipeline. Of those, six (6) roadway construction projects will be directly impacting MidBeach and three of those have dates that may potentially conflict. Please click on links below to view the video of the May 18th TOWN HALL that includes a slideshow describing upcoming plans and also the Slideshow presented t the public meeting held on July 11, 2023.
The MBNA will be working closely with FDOT and CMB Transportation Dept. to make sure the the sequence of these projects are carefully coordinated and that the majority of the lane closures take place at night so that traffic impact is minimized.
FDOT held a public meeting on July 11, 2023 (both in person at the Library and virtually via GoToMeeting) to present the upcoming roadway improvement project from 41st to 47th Street, including renovations to the 41st street bridge. This project is scheduled to break ground on July, 2024 and is projected to last one year; see below. Please click the link below to view the FDOT's slideshow presentation.
FDOT'S "TOWN HALL" MEETING at City Hall on May 18, 2023 It was certainly an eye-opener to learn about the numerous roadway construction projects that are in the pipeline, most of which will be seriously impacting Miami Beach residents, employees and visitors alike.
We thank Senator Shevrin Jones and Commissioner Alex Fernandez for organizing an important "TRANSPORTATION TOWN HALL" with FDOT District 6 Secretary Stacy Miller, FDOT's Director of Transportation Operations Daniel Iglesias, FDOT's Construction Manager Dru Badri, FDOT's Asst. Construction Engineer Andres Berisiartu, and Communications Manager, Tish Burgher.
Thank you to our MBNA President, Anamarie Ferreira de Melo, for doing an excellent job as the Town Hall's Moderator.