The view south from a one-mile span of bridging on Tamiami Trail, which was completed in 2013, shows thunderheads rolling across the marshes. On Friday, the federal government held a formal groundbreaking for a second span.
The view south from a one-mile span of bridging on Tamiami Trail, which was completed in 2013, shows thunderheads rolling across the marshes. On Friday, the federal government held a formal groundbreaking for a second span. Curtis Morgan Miami Herald Staff
The view south from a one-mile span of bridging on Tamiami Trail, which was completed in 2013, shows thunderheads rolling across the marshes. On Friday, the federal government held a formal groundbreaking for a second span. Curtis Morgan Miami Herald Staff

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