The AirportLink, an elevated railway, is the only metrorail in full service in the State of Florida and is the fastest mode of transportation in Miami-Dade. It has a network of 22 stations and 36 km long, spanning from South Miami, through the center of the city, to the northeast portion of Miami-Dade County. The Miami Intermodal Center (MIC) is a centralized hub offering multiple modes of transportation to travelers visiting the Miami area including car rentals, Greyhound bus system, metro and tour buses, shuttles, taxis, Amtrak train and regional rail systems. The project reduced traffic at the airport terminals by an estimated 30%. OHL NA’s Community Asphalt division completed the project through a joint venture. Thanks to this commitment, more than two million hours without leave-producing accidents were achieved and OHL's occupational risk prevention policy was awarded by the US Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) with the VPP Star Status prize for its occupational safety excellence evidenced during the construction of the project.