NW 25th Street Viaduct is the preferred connection point to the airport for thousands of cargo freight trucks entering and exiting Miami International Airport (MIA). This at-grade convergence acted as a source of delay for airport cargo operations of Miami, known as “the gateway to the Americas” due to its location and multi-billion dollar trade industry.
Approximately 20 years ago MARLIN began providing professional planning and engineering services to the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) to improve the flow of traffic on NW 25th Street and provide an express route for freight cargo operations. Now, the NW 25th Street Viaduct allows 5,000 cargo trucks to travel directly to/from MIA’s West Cargo Area and avoid local traffic congestion on a daily basis.
Florida Department of Transportation | District 6
Traffic Engineering, Transportation Planning, Engineering Design, Surveying
2011 ASCE Project of the Year Award (Miami-Dade County)
2012 FTBA Best in Construction Award (Major Bridge)