Flagler Streetscape Beautification Project

The Flagler Streetscape Beautification Project, from Biscayne Boulevard to North Miami Avenue, was developed as part of a larger vision for Flagler Street’s resurgence and modernization as the City of Miami’s iconic main street. The goal is to revitalize this commercial corridor while still maintaining a strong relationship with the area’s history.  The project improvements include:  widened sidewalks, enhanced intersection crossings, installation of street trees, pavers and other pedestrian amenities. The project is fully funded with participation from the City of Miami, Miami-Dade County and Flagler Street property and business owners.  The project construction is expected to begin in the last quarter of 2015. 

Engineering Documents (11.13.2015)

Section #1 Table of Contents


Section #2 Pages 1 to 82

Typical Sections, Drainage Structures, Roadway Plan-Profile, Intersection Layout & Profile, Drainage Plans & Details, Cross Sections, Traffic Control Plan


Section #4 Pages 95A to 126

Traffic Control Plan Details, Utility Adjustments, Water & Sewer Profile, Signage & Pavement Marking Plans, Signalization Plans, Lighting Plans


Section #5 Pages TD-1 to H-7

Tree Disposition Plans, List & Notes, Tree Relocation Notes, Hardscape Plan & Details, Crosswalk Details


Section #6 Pages L-1 to H-18 to 6-6

Marker Details, Marker Schedule, Planting Plan, Planting Details, Hardscape Plan, Irrigation Plans & Notes, Map of Topographic Survey


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