Vanderbilt Park Traffic Calming Results
In December 2014 the City of Doral Public Works Department began the process of performing a Traffic Calming Study to evaluate and recommend improvements that will enhance the livability within the Vanderbilt Park community. The City solicited the residents’ input every step of the way through two Public Workshops.
The Kick-off Public Workshop was held on Thursday, December 11, 2014 at the Doral Government Center. This Workshop offered residents the opportunity to voice their concerns on traffic related issues in the neighborhood and ensured staff was conducting the necessary traffic data collection to address the residents’ needs.
Once the data was collected, analyzed and recommended improvements were developed, Doral Public Works Department coordinated with Miami-Dade County to have the study’s findings and recommendations approved. On Thursday, April 9, 2015, the Final Public Workshop was held at the Doral Government to present the study findings and the Miami-Dade County approved improvements. The recommendations are provided in two phases. Phase 1 does not require construction and can be implemented much sooner through the addition of signage and pavement markings. Phase 2 requires roadway construction and therefore will need to be implemented in stages. A copy of the Presentation may be found below.
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For further information please feel free to contact us:
City of Doral Public Works Department
8401 NW 53rd Terrace, 2nd Floor
Doral, FL 33166