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Golden Glades Multimodal Terminal Facility
This project was located in the southwest quadrant of the Golden Glades Interchange. The project limits were bordered by the South Florida Rail Corridor (SFRC) to the north, SR 9A (I-95) to the east, and NW 159th Street/Block to the south. The building component consisted of the demolition of existing structures, construction of at-grade/surface parking, and a multi-story parking garage structure to support the MDT bus bays and covered platforms.
New Intercity Bus Terminals with bus bays and an Intercity Bus Hub building were constructed along with all associated infrastructure to accommodate MD DTPW’s ITS equipment within the Golden Glades Multimodal Terminal Facility (GGMTF). Passenger pick-up and drop-off areas, taxi and TNC staging areas, and pedestrian and bicycle facilities were constructed.
Horizontal components included internal roadway improvements to efficiently circulate buses and commuters within the facility, drainage and utility improvements, landscape and hardscape. The roadway improvements included the widening of the I-95 Express Lanes ramps, installation of new I-95 Express Lanes ITS (gates, closed-circuit television, fiber optic, dynamic message signs and sign structures), and a new incident response area.
Roadway improvements and new signalized intersections were also included for SR7, SR 9 and their Connector Road.
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