Several years ago, Miami debated whether to replace its aged bridge crossing the Miami River at the terminal of Brickell Avenue in downtown with a new one or do what Fort Lauderdale had done decades before — build a tunnel. Miami chose the cheaper way.
The only solution to the current traffic bottleneck is a tunnel, which would have been much cheaper and practical in the long run than to build one today.
Serg J. Rioux, Coral Gables
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