Connection Made: Pedestrian Bridge Installed Between MiamiCentral, Government Center Station

A pedestrian bridge is now in place between MiamiCentral and the Government Center Metrorail and Metromover stations.

Northwest 3rd Street was closed over Columbus Day weekend to allow for installation of the pre-fabricated bridge.

The bridge connects to the southern part of MiamiCentral, which remains under construction and isn’t yet open to the public.

When complete, MiamiCentral will include a multi-level retail and food and beverage hub, along with office and residential space, and a Tri-Rail station. A Brightline station is already operating.

Government Center serves millions of annual Metrorail and Metromover passengers.

 

 

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Anonymous
2 years ago

Cool, hopefully Government Center Station soon gets a renovation it desperately needs.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Is it covered from rain?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Hopefully it will be covered for rain and air conditioned, too. Maybe enclose it like they did the Orlando tracks in that terminal.

Bryandoles@CompleteXPO.com
2 years ago

Cover it or provide a wind tunnel effect over the top of the passage way.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Hope it doesn’t fall in a week

bitg
2 years ago

ಠ_ಠ

Anonymous
2 years ago

The firm didn’t use feminist hired through affirmative action like the FIU bridge.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I just said the same thing…

Anonymous
2 years ago

This is a nice surprise. I thought the bridge was probably a few years out.

Anonymous
2 years ago

What exactly should we be looking at in these pics? Looks like a bunch of highway ramps. Could someone point where this pedestrian bridge is?

Anonymous
2 years ago

I agree.. I have looked at these picture twenty five times and I still can’t point it out.

Anonymous
2 years ago

there are literally 0 highway ramps in these pictures

Anonymous
2 years ago

please tell me theyre putting some kind of cover over it or have yet to finish it? It looks like a highway overpass

Anonymous
2 years ago

The bridge has already been there for 2 weeks….

marc
2 years ago

more than two weeks. lol, almost 2 months.

Anonymous
2 years ago

thank you

Anonymous
2 years ago

That’s the difference between what a private company can do so quickly vs what a bureaucracy run like Amtrak can not do. The tax payers spent 2 billion constructing a station at MIC airport and construction was all screwed up and nothing has been done in almost a decade to correct it.

A. Nonymous
2 years ago

Too bad Mover doesn’t connect to closer Wilkie D Ferguson Jr station as well.