Rickenbacker Causeway

Rickenbacker Causeway

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The Rickenbacker Causeway connects Miami, Florida, United States to the barrier islands of Virginia Key and Key Biscayne across Biscayne Bay.American Map, Florida State Road Atlas (2003) ISBN 0-87530-450-8

The Causeway is a toll road, owned and operated by Miami-Dade County. Automobiles traveling southbound from Miami pay a toll of US$1.50 as of March 2009; northbound traffic is not charged any toll. Various pre-paid plans using a 'C-Pass' transponder are available.

Also known as (unsigned<!--i think it's actually signed here-->) State Road 913, the causeway’s northbound continuation is a pair of flyover ramps to northbound Interstate 95 (unsigned SR 9A) and southbound Brickell Avenue (US 1/unsigned SR 5); the southbound continuation is Crandon Boulevard, which extends roughly five miles through the center of Key Biscayne, terminating near the Cape Florida Lighthouse in Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park.

Named after Eddie Rickenbacker, the American World War I flying ace and founder and president of Miami-based Eastern Air Lines, the causeway provides access to the Miami Seaquarium, the University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, MAST Academy, Virginia Key Park, and Miami Marine Stadium on...
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