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The Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise appreciates your interest in this project. Please use the navigation menu to view public hearing videos and display boards. Clicking on the graphic will enlarge the view. The display boards are available for download on the main project website under the Documents section. If you wish to submit comments, please use the comment form below.

This virtual open house video will provide helpful information about the project. It begins by discussing the three participation options for the July 20,2021 Public Hearing, then provides a project overview and explains how you can get involved.

The study area is located in south Miami-Dade County. Study limits start on US 1, south of Palm Drive, and extends three miles northeast to Campbell Drive.

This graphic shows the conceptual design of the preferred build alternative from US 1, south of Palm Drive, to north of Davis Parkway. The legend provides a visual explanation of the symbols and lines used on the plan. The typical section provides a detailed cross section for the Turnpike and area roadways.

This graphic is available for download on the main project website (www.TurnpikeSouthMiamiDade.com) under the Documents – Public Hearing section.

This graphic shows the conceptual design of the preferred build alternative from north of Davis Parkway to Campbell Drive. The legend provides a visual explanation of the symbols and lines used on the plan. The typical section provides a detailed cross section for the Turnpike.

This graphic is available for download on the main project website (www.TurnpikeSouthMiamiDade.com) under the Documents – Public Hearing section

The preferred build alternative was evaluated to analyze potential effects to the social, cultural, natural and physical environment in accordance with state and federal regulations. The evaluation matrix shown here summarizes the evaluation results.

This PD&E Study was started by Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise in the fall of 2017 and is scheduled for completion in October 2021. The purpose of the July 20, 2021 public hearing is to share information with the general public about the proposed improvement; its conceptual design; all alternatives under study; access management changes; and the potential beneficial and adverse social, economic, and environmental impacts upon the community. The public hearing also serves as an official forum providing an opportunity for members of the public to express their opinions regarding the project.

We encourage your questions or comments regarding this project! Please contact one of the individuals shown here, using your preferred method. Comments and questions must be submitted (or postmarked) by July 30th, 10 days after the public hearing, to become part of the study’s Public Hearing Record.

Persons wishing to express their concerns about Title VI compliance may do so by contacting either the Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise, or the Tallahassee office of the Florida Department of Transportation.

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