Miami-Dade County transportation planners want to extend the Dolphin Expressway about 14 miles across wetlands just north of the Tamiami Trail and then south through the Bird Drive Basin and about 2,000 feet west of Southwest 157th Avenue, shown here, across wetlands that include land set aside for Everglades restoration.
Miami-Dade County transportation planners want to extend the Dolphin Expressway about 14 miles across wetlands just north of the Tamiami Trail and then south through the Bird Drive Basin and about 2,000 feet west of Southwest 157th Avenue, shown here, across wetlands that include land set aside for Everglades restoration. Pedro Portal pportal@miamiherald.com
Miami-Dade County transportation planners want to extend the Dolphin Expressway about 14 miles across wetlands just north of the Tamiami Trail and then south through the Bird Drive Basin and about 2,000 feet west of Southwest 157th Avenue, shown here, across wetlands that include land set aside for Everglades restoration. Pedro Portal pportal@miamiherald.com

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