I-395 Going Underground? Miami Park Plan Would Do Just That

, Daily Business Review


A cross-section of Miami's civic, business and political leadership is considering burying the intersection of I-395 and Biscayne Boulevard.

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  • 3rev

    I like the plan but feasibility is key. and FYI Mr Suarez, Jackson Pollack is the Paint splatter artist, Salvador Dali is the Melting clocks guy.

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