Pedestrians, bicyclists, and motorists were visibly rejoicing today as the Venetian Causeway was reopened after a month long set of bridge repairs. While the County/FDOT proved to be rather obstreperous during our attempt to provide adequate and safe alternatives to the MacArthur, a note of commendation and thanks is due to County’s Public Works team who actually carried out this project. They kept it open an extra week in early May by shifting the order of repairs around and they also finished right on time. Good job.
A view from my handlebars at 8:30am this morning.
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