Doral, FL – The Doral City Council broke ground on a road project connecting NW 25 Street and NW 33 Street. This is part of the City’s Traffic Solution Triangle of connecting our roads and providing alternative routes to improve traffic flow and mobility.
“This road does not just connect two streets in Doral but it represents a new way of thinking in South Florida,” said Jorge Gomez, Public Works Director. The road will include four traffic lanes (two lanes in each direction), a stormwater drainage system, curb and gutters, street lighting, and a bicycle / pedestrian shared use path on the east side of the corridor.
This new roadway will enhance connectivity for residents of the Vanderbilt community, commuters, and freight traffic traveling to the industrial businesses in the area.
Furthermore, this connection will help improve emergency response times for Doral Police responding from the 97th Avenue Police substation, currently under construction.