Road ecology blog: A long bridge elevating Tamiami Trail restoring sheet flow

July 08, 2015  •  Leave a Comment

Road ecology blog: A long bridge (1 mi, 1.6 km) elevating the Tamiami Trail (US Hwy 41) allowing for restoration of sheet flow in the Everglades, Florida, USA. Note that the canal and levee north of the highway have remained in place.

Click here to learn more about why this long bridge (about 1 mi long) is important to the Everglades ecosystem and how it fits in with plans for additional bridges (or "elevated roadway" or "skyway").

Click here to see other images of the bridge under construction.

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