Miami Beach Kicks Off First Phase of $2 Million Traffic Calming Effort in Nautilus Neighborhood
(Miami Beach, FL) Jul 16, 2019 -
Join the City of Miami Beach as it breaks ground on the first portion of its citywide traffic calming project to make residential streets safer and more pedestrian-friendly. Beginning with the Nautilus area, neighborhood roads will receive new transportation safety measures, including junction traffic circles, raised intersections, added chicanes and lowered speed limits.
The Mayor and City Commission will inaugurate the project alongside City Manager Jimmy L. Morales and members of the Nautilus community.
Construction in Nautilus will be complete this December and construction in Bayshore will begin next year. Traffic calming solutions are also scheduled for the Normandy Isle and Palm View neighborhoods.
The neighborhood improvement project is funded by the $439 million General Obligation (G.O.) Bond Program, which Miami Beach residents voted to approve in November 2018. To view upcoming projects and stay updated on active ones, visit www.GOMBINFO.com.
Tuesday, July 30 at 10:30 a.m.
Nautilus Drive and 42 Street