Florida State Road 913

Florida State Road 913

Coordinates: 25°44′46″N 80°11′38″W / 25.74611°N 80.19401°W / 25.74611; -80.19401

State Road 913
Route information
Maintained by FDOT
Length: 7.60 mi (12.23 km)
Major junctions
South end: Crandon Boulevard in Key Biscayne
US 1 / SR 5 in Miami
North end: I-95 / SR 9 in Miami
Counties: Miami-Dade
Highway system
  • Florida State Roads
  • Interstate
  • US
  • SR (Pre-1945)
  • Toll
← ex-SR 912 SR 915 →
See also Rickenbacker Causeway, a causeway that forms part of the current alignment of SR 913

State Road 913 is an access road between the Village of Key Biscayne on the island of Key Biscayne and I-95 in Miami on the western end of Biscayne Bay. State Road 913 has two components: South 26th Road (on the mainland) and the Rickenbacker Causeway crossing the Biscayne Bay and Virginia Key.

Read more about Florida State Road 913:  Route Description, History, Major Junctions

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Florida State Road 913 - Major Junctions
... Notes Key Biscayne 0.00 0.00 Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park gate Southern terminus 0.64 1.03 Mashta Drive 1.54 2.48 Harbor Drive Biscayne Bay Rickenbacker Causeway ($1 ...

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