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Traffic & Public Transportation in Fort Lauderdale : Real Estate Advice

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Sat Feb 6, 2016
Psychedelic1234 answered:
It is not difficult. They have street lights and cross walk areas where the traffic must stop for a red light. If you REALLY wanna play it safe, purchase an annual Florida state park pass at Birch state park for $60 + tax and then park in Birch state park and they have an under ground walk way that goes under A1A (the road you cross to get to the beach). This way you walk UNDER the road instead of across it. ... more
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Tue Jan 28, 2014
Jerry Baugh answered:
Feel free to contact me anytime with any questions or for help finding the perfect place.
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Wed Apr 3, 2013
Cindy Gorsica answered:
Another good choice would be the Tri Rail service.
There is a convenient station off Griffin Road in Fort Lauderdale, where Outdoor World is located, west of US 1
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Thu Mar 14, 2013
Joanne43229 answered:
Mon Jul 23, 2012
Alison Hillman answered:
Hi there-

Where are you trying to go? Have you used MapQuest? They have a free mobile application too.

Ali, Community Manager
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Fri May 18, 2007
Mh answered:
Unfortunately, traffic is one of Fort Lauderdale' s downfalls. Some of the busy thoroughfares include 441 (North State Road 7), A1A (along the beach) and well-know streets like Sunrise Boulevard and Sheridan Street. The highways and byways; however, are plentiful and good commuting routes. There's I-95, I-595, I-75, and Florida's Turnpike, just to name a few. ... more
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