Miami-Dade Department of Transportation and Public Works
On December 6, 1988, the Board of County Commissioners adopted Dade County Road Impact Fee Ordinance No. 88-112, which provides for the fair share assessment of road impact fees on new building construction in Miami-Dade County, including municipalities. The County has been divided into nine road impact fee benefit districts. Fees collected within each district will be expended for roadway capacity improvements within each district.
Each district program includes four improvement categories: Road and Bridge Projects, Resurfacing, Traffic Operations Projects to Increase Capacity and Safety (T.O.P.I.C.S.), and Traffic Control Devices.
Road And Bridge Projects
Capacity improvements along arterials and collectors
Continuing Program Projects
- Resurfacing – Paving, widening, drainage, striping
- T.O.P.I.C.S. – (Traffic Operations Projects to Increase Capacity and Safety) Intersection Improvements
- Traffic Control Devices – Signalization