The Midtown Interchange, c. mid-1960s
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Miami-Dade Expressway Authority (MDX)
The Midtown Interchange, located in the Civic Center and Overtown neighborhoods of Miami, Florida, USA, is the convergence of three major motorways: I-95, I-395 (which connects to the MacArthur Causeway to the east), and the Dolphin Expressway (SR 836).
Since its opening in 1968, eight lanes have been added to I-95 and an undersea tunnel below Biscayne Bay is currently under construction from the end of I-395 near Bicentennial Park. The tunnel will serve as a direct freeway connection to the Port of Miami, expected to alleviate freight traffic in Downtown Miami.
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