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Florida's Turnpike

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  • Sawgrass Expressway stops accepting cash Saturday night

    Sawgrass Expressway stops accepting cash Saturday night
    Hold on to your quarters. The next wave in electronic tolling moves to Broward County with the closure of toll booths on the Sawgrass Expressway starting Saturday night.
  • Bald eagles nesting near Turnpike in Deerfield

    A tree next to Florida's Turnpike may not be the most likely place for a bald eagle couple to make their home. But within 100 yards of the rushing traffic stands a bald eagle nest with at least one chick, the second active nest known to exist in Broward...

    South Florida plant turning waste to cement

    South Florida plant turning waste to cement
    Garbage is starting to help pave our roads and support our buildings. A cement company based in Deerfield Beach, Titan America, has begun turning selected waste, such as car bumpers and scrap cardboard, into construction material. The refuse replaces...

    New signs for Griffin, Orange Drive coming to Palm Avenue/Nob Hill intersection this month

    Q: On northbound Palm Avenue, the far right lane turns into a mandatory right turn just north of Griffin Road at Orange Drive. There is no warning that you have to move left if you want to continue north. There needs to be a right turn only sign posted....

    Traffic: Crash, delays on Florida's Turnpike

    Traffic: Crash, delays on Florida's Turnpike
    Troopers are reporting a crash on the northbound lanes of Florida's Turnpike just before State Road 50. Two right lanes are blocked for now. At least one person is trapped inside a vehicle, according to firefighters. No other information has been...