Florida State Road 913

Florida State Road 913

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Florida State Road 913

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See also 'Rickenbacker Causeway, a causeway that forms part of the current alignment of SR 913

State Road 913 is an access road between Biscayne Bay and the Village of Key Biscayne on the island of Key Biscayne. State Road has two components: South 26th Road (on the mainland) and the Rickenbacker Causeway crossing the Biscayne Bay and Virginia Key.

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Along the route of the current configuration of SR 913 are Virginia Key, the Miami Marine Stadium, MAST Academy and the Miami Seaquarium. Accessible at the southern end of the route are the Village of Key Biscayne, Crandon Park, and Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park.

For the causeway portion of SR 913, toll for southbound automobiles is $1.50 for drivers without a C-Pass; northbound vehicles do not stop to pay toll.


Originally, there was no State Road connection between I-95 and Key Biscayne when the Interstate highway was opened in 1967. The southernmost exit of the expressway was a short "trunk ramp" forming the southwestern end of Southwest 23rd Road at Southwest First Avenue (with the ramps having an at-grade crossing with Florida East Coast Railroad tracks before reaching First Avenue). Southbound traffic for the Miami Seaquarium, beaches, and other tourist attractions along the Rickenbacker Causeway would exit at Southwest 23rd Road, then take Southwest First Avenue to Southwest 25th Road, which would lead (via Brickell Avenue) to the toll booths on the entrance of the...
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