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Getting across the Venetian Causeway during rush hour could soon get a lot easier

This isn’t the first time Miami Beach has petitioned to lock down a bridge during peak traffic periods. In 2015, Commissioner Micky Steinberg — who sponsored the Venetian Causeway resolution with Commissioners Mark Samuelian and Michael Góngora — started the process of changing the operating schedule for the 63rd Street Bridge that spans Indian Creek. The effort took more than a year, but the bridge now stays closed during rush hour.

April 10, 2019 | The Miami Herald | Getting across the Venetian Causeway during rush hour could soon get a lot easier

Cruzar el Venetian Causeway en las horas pico pronto pudiera ser más fácil

Esta no es la primera vez que Miami Beach ha pedido que no se levanten los puentes durante las horas de más tráfico. En el 2015, el comisionado Micky Steinberg, quien patrocinó la resolución sobre el Venetian Causeway con el comisionado Mark Samuelian, inició el proceso de cambiar el horario de operación del puente de la 63 Street, que pasa por encima de Indian Creek. El esfuerzo demoró más de un año, pero ahora ese puente permanece cerrado durante las horas pico.

10 de Abril de 2019 | El Nuevo Herald | Cruzar el Venetian Causeway en las horas pico pronto pudiera ser más fácil

As massive construction project looms, Miami Beach studies ‘emergency’ traffic measures

Miami Beach officials are already bracing for gridlock and phone calls from irate residents.

“We know this train is coming, no pun intended, we know it’s going to have a big impact,” said Commissioner Mark Samuelian, who sponsored a resolution at Wednesday’s City Commission meeting giving city staff the green light to evaluate several temporary traffic fixes while construction is underway.

March 15, 2019 | Miami Herald | As massive construction project looms, Miami Beach studies ‘emergency’ traffic measures

Are red light cameras here to stay in Miami Beach? New study bolsters support for program

“One of the things that is most striking to me is that even when the red light camera is not there, in the nearby intersections people are maybe aware of it and think more about it and there are safety benefits there,” said Commissioner Mark Samuelian. “My leaning would be to look at expanding based on these results.”

December 18, 2018 | Miami Herald | Are red light cameras here to stay in Miami Beach? New study bolsters support for program