New Ramp To Make Old Seven Mile Bridge More Accessible

CBS Miami

MIAMI (CBSMiami/AP) — The historic Seven Mile bridge will soon be wheelchair accessible.

The Florida Department of Environmental Protection has authorized a $1.16 million plan to improve access to the Old Seven Mile Bridge in Marathon Key with a ramp that will run along an existing stairwell beneath the new bridge.

The project is in addition to an agreement reached at the end of last year for a $77.5 million upgrade to a 2.2-mile portion of the old bridge that connects to Pigeon Key. Pigeon Key was once the headquarters for the construction of Henry Flagler’s railroad. The railroad helped turn south Florida into a vacation destination and trade route in the beginning of the 20th century.

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Justin Bieber: Kelly Osbourne Reveals Truth About Selena Gomez Reunion

Hollywood Life

After spending some time with Justin, the newly converted Belieber, Kelly Osbourne, talked on ‘Fashion Police’ about the singer’s relationship with Selena, and how there’s really no reason for the couple to rush their romance.

Ever since Selena Gomez stepped onto that Segway and rode alongside Justin Bieber on Jan. 2, the fans have been feverishly pushing for a full-blown reunion. But talking on Fashion Police on Jan. 10, Justin’s friend Kelly Osbourne made the point that the only thing Justin and Selena should be worried about is taking things at their own speed.

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