|Maintained by FDOT and Miami-Dade County|
|Length:||12.4 mi (20.0 km)
SR 968 is signed for 9.32 miles. Flagler Street extends for 4.08 miles unsigned west of SR 973.
1983 (as SR 968) – present
|West end:||West 117th Avenue in Miami|
| SR 973 in Fountainbleau
SR 826 in Fountainbleau
US 441 / SR 7 in Miami
|East end:||US 1 / SR 5 in Miami|
Flagler Street is a 12.4-mile (20.0 km) main east–west road in Miami. Along with the north–south Miami Avenue, Flagler Street is the latitudinal baseline that divides all the streets on the Miami-Dade County grid plan as north or south streets. Flagler Street is named after industrialist Henry Flagler and serves as a major commercial east–west highway through central Miami-Dade County, with a mixture of residential neighborhoods (featuring apartment complexes) and strip malls, the commercial presence increasing as SR 968 approaches downtown Miami.
Route description 
State Road 968 begins at Galloway Road in Fountainbleau, as it takes the six lane Flagler Street east through a mostly commercial area with residential housing dotting the street as it quickly approaches the Mall of the Americas (formerly Midway Mall) to the north and the interchange with the Palmetto Expressway at the eastern end of the mall. Seven blocks east of the interchange, the road enters the city of Miami proper after crossing the Tamiami Canal one block west of the intersection with Milam Dairy Road and becomes a four lane road from here until reaching I-95. At NW 67th Court, the divided highway comes together as a four lane road continuing east, with business lining both sides of the street. Following Red Road (West 57th Avenue), it reaches Flagler Memorial Park to the north, as the road continues east through more businesses and apartment complexes. The road then intersects with LeJeune Road (West 42nd Avenue), which provides access to Miami International Airport, with SR 968 continuing east towards central Miami.
At the northwest corner of the intersection with West 27th Avenue (SR 9) sits the Miami-Dade Auditorium concert hall, as Flagler Street continues east for three more blocks, until at NW 24th Avenue, the road becomes a one way pair, with Flagler Street going westbound, and SW 1st Street going eastbound and both roads featuring commercial businesses and parks. The road then intersects West 17th Avenue just a few blocks south of Marlins Park, as SR 968 enters Central Miami. From 12th Avenue West to the Miami River, Flagler Street features one eastbound lane with three westbound lanes, with the intersection with US 441/SR 7 (West 7th Street) just four blocks west of the Miami River drawbridges. Immediately after, it reaches I-95, with access via nearby streets. The rest of the road features government and business skyscrapers and metro rapid transit trackage towering over the road. At SW 2nd Avenue, eastbound SR 968 heads north one block to rejoin Flagler Street, which is once again a two way street, with one lane in each direction. At Miami Avenue, Flagler Street forms the center of Miami, as Miami Avenue represents the baseline for east and west. The road becomes East Flagler Street as it continues through central Miami, terminating at Biscayne Boulevard (U.S. Route 1), with Bayfront Park, featuring a scenic view of Biscayne Bay just east of the end of Flagler Street.
Formerly State Road 954, Flagler Street received its current Florida Department of Transportation designation in 1983, when FDOT reassigned route numbers to various streets in southeastern Florida and removed the SR 968 designation from North Miami Boulevard (now State Road 922).
SR 968's original western terminus was at an intersection with SR 985 (Avenue of the Americas/West 107th Avenue). In 1987, FDOT truncated the westernmost two miles of the route to its current configuration.
Major junctions 
This only covers the portion signed as SR 968. The entire route is in Miami-Dade County.
|Fountainbleau||0.00||0.00||SR 973 (Galloway Road)||Western terminus; Flagler Street continues westbound|
|0.99||1.59||SR 826 (Palmetto Expressway)|
|Miami||1.50||2.41||SR 969 (Milam Dairy Road)|
|3.01||4.84||SR 959 (West 57th Avenue)|
|4.54||7.31||SR 953 (LeJeune Road)|
|6.07||9.77||SR 9 (West 27th Avenue)|
|7.61||12.25||SR 933 (West 12th Avenue)|
|8.15||13.12||US 441 / SR 7 (West 7th Street)|
|8.60||13.84||I-95 / SR 9A||Accesses via NW 2nd Street and NW 8th Street|
|8.93||14.37||Miami Avenue||Central Miami|
|9.32||15.00||US 1 / SR 5 (Biscayne Boulevard)||Eastern terminus|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi|
See also 
Flagler Street 20 minutes after Japanese surrender during World War II, 1945
La Época Department Store, a local Miami department store in the historic 1930s Walgreens Building at 200 E Flagler Street
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- Florida Department of Transportation (April 2007). General Highway Map Miami-Dade County, Florida (Map). http://www.dot.state.fl.us/surveyingandmapping/geomap/mida_c.pdf. Retrieved 2010-06-25.