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  • Traffic Management Center: Fighting Miami-Dade’s traffic war

    Miami-Dade plans to install “adaptive” traffic lights along 10 of the busiest roads in the county in hopes of easing gridlock through better choreographed signals.

Miami-Dade plans to install “adaptive” traffic lights along 10 of the busiest roads in the county in hopes of easing gridlock through better choreographed signals. C.M. Guerrero The Miami Herald
Miami-Dade plans to install “adaptive” traffic lights along 10 of the busiest roads in the county in hopes of easing gridlock through better choreographed signals. C.M. Guerrero The Miami Herald

Fighting Miami-Dade’s traffic war, one green light at a time

June 17, 2017 7:45 AM