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Posted on: August 11, 2017

[ARCHIVED] See the latest update for FDOT's SW 152 St Project

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Coral Reef Drive Project Update- 8/4/17 
SR 992/Coral Reef Drive/SW 152 Street 

from SR 821/HEFT/Florida’s Turnpike to SR 5/US 1/South Dixie Highway

Project Identification Numbers: 433286-1/2-52-01 


NEW TRAFFIC PATTERN: All traffic on SW 152 Street/Coral Reef Drive from just west of SW 93 Avenue to just west of SW 97 Avenue has been shifted to the north side of the roadway. The westbound and eastbound travel lanes have been reduced to one lane in each direction and shifted to the northside of the roadway. This traffic pattern will be in effect for approximately five weeks to allow the contractor to repair the south section of the bridge over the C-100 Canal.


Wednesday, August 8 through Friday, August 18 – There will be alternating single lane closures on Coral Reef Drive/SW 152 Street from US-1 to Florida’s Turnpike between the hours of 9 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. and 9 p.m. to 5:30 a.m. to allow the contractor to reconstruct sections of sidewalks and pedestrian ramps.

Sunday, August 13- The project contractor will begin roadway milling and paving operations on SW 152 Street (Coral Reef Drive) from Florida’s Turnpike to just east of US-1 on Sunday night, August 13. Paving operations will take place Sunday through Thursday nights between the hours of 9 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. The contractor will begin operations on SW 152 Street near the Turnpike and work their way east towards US-1. The paving operations are expected to take approximately three weeks.

For more information, please call FDOT’s Public Information Office at 305-470-5349 or Construction Public Information Specialist Oscar Gonzalez at 786-280-0983 or go to the website at  Drivers are encouraged to call 511 before they travel or log on to to get real-time traffic and lane closure information. FDOT would like to remind drivers that wearing a safety belt is the single most effective way to protect people and reduce fatalities in motor vehicle crashes. Please drive cautiously in construction zones.

FDOT/ Miami-Dade
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