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Underline Extension, Phases 3–9 - Civil Design and Traffic Engineering

Providing civil design and traffic engineering services as part of a design-build team extending an important multiuse pathway

  • 7

    Miles of Trail Added

  • 26


  • 80+

    Acres of Open Space

  • Miami-Dade County, Florida

    Miami-Dade County, Florida

From active pathways to sporting facilities, public art, and community programs, the Underline has something for everyone

Nestled under the Miami Metrorail line, the Underline acts as a conduit to other neighborhoods and recreational destination for surrounding communities. It also provides a safe and sheltered place to travel along for vulnerable roadway users such as cyclists and pedestrians. The Miami-Dade Department of Transportation and Public Works (DTPW) wanted to extend the existing path from 3 to 10 miles (4.8 to 16.1 kilometres). DTPW sought out a design-build team for this project, of which we are proud be a part.

We are providing civil design and traffic engineering services for paths and intersection crossings including grading, signage and markings, and signalization. To further bolster traffic safety at locations where the trail traverses local roads, we are proposing crash countermeasures such as “No Turn on Red” restrictions, protected left turn phasing, and leading pedestrian intervals.

When complete, the extended Underline will provide safer, more accessible means of travel in an effort to encourage more active lifestyles.

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  • Miami-Dade DTPW
  • NV2A Central Joint Venture
  • James Comer Field Operations

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