Florida State Road 922

Florida State Road 922

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Florida State Road 922

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State Road 922 is a 3.6-mile (5.8 km) east–west road built in 1951, passing through the cities of North Miami, Bay Harbor Islands, and Bal Harbour, Florida. Locally, the street is also known as North 125th Street, North Miami Boulevard, Northeast 123rd Street, Broad Causeway, 96th Street, and Kane Concourse. Its western terminus is an intersection with Northwest Seventh Avenue (US 441/SR 7) one block west of Interstate 95; its eastern terminus is an intersection with SR A1A.

Route description

The street is an important commercial artery in northeastern Miami-Dade County, with stores lining much of the route (including the Bal Harbour Shops mall at its eastern end).

State Road 922 crosses Biscayne Bay on the Broad Causeway, a toll causeway (with a drawbridge) constructed in 1951 and maintained and operated by the Town of Bay Harbor Islands. The toll for an automobile is $1.00 (US).


Before a 1983 reassignment of Florida Department of Transportation designations, the route had signs indicating that it was State Road 968 - its former number was transferred to another east–west street nine miles (14 km) to the south (Flagler Street).

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