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South Dade tapped for first of rapid transit routes

South Dade tapped for first of rapid transit routes

County commissioners are preparing to advance one of six targeted rapid transit routes, Commissioner Esteban Bovo Jr., who chairs the Transit and Mobility Services Committee, told the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce Goals Conference on…

Experts note best ways for Miami to tap into the Chinese market

Experts note best ways for Miami to tap into the Chinese market

Three Asian market experts suggested that pinpoint marketing and nonstop air links may be the best ways for Miami to tap into the Chinese market while elaborating on growing Miami-China ties as a conclusion to…

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County tests new technology for traffic signals synchronization

County tests new technology for traffic signals synchronization

Drivers frustrated by growing congestion and at least one Miami-Dade commissioner question whether traffic signals are synchronized properly – or at all – but officials…

More Brazilians visit Miami but spend 15% less

More Brazilians visit Miami but spend 15% less

Brazilians are still number-one internationally in total visits to Miami, a fact that hasn’t changed during Brazil’s current political and economic turmoil. What has changed…

South Florida mayors team up to meet transportation needs

South Florida mayors team up to meet transportation needs

Together we stand, divided we fail. That seemed to be the consensus among a gathering of South Florida mayors discussing transportation needs and other issues…

Megacenter Brickell project advances

Megacenter Brickell project advances

In the shadow of I-95, where Brickell meets East Little Havana, a Chilean developer plans a unique mixed-use project to be called Megacenter Brickell. The…

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Opinion

Don’t just plan to plan the planning of transit – get it rolling

Don’t just plan to plan the planning of transit – get it rolling

As planners plan to draw environmental plans that in six to eight months could lead to plans to fund planning for planned additions of actual Miami-Dade mass transit, proponents of that actual transit are yelling that we need less planning and more riding. One of the people most frustrated with all the planning that planners say is a must in order to even decide to seek vital federal transportation funds to reduce Miami’s gridlock is the man who wants to bring…

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Josh Moody: Heading Merrill Lynch Wealth Management for region

Josh Moody: Heading Merrill Lynch Wealth Management for region

Josh Moody has devoted 19 years to Merrill Lynch. With the exception of a brief stint running a medical sales company, Mr. Moody said he’s been with the company most of his professional life. He was at Merrill Lynch for a year before exploring other options. When Mr. Moody returned after some 18 months away, he said he immediately realized the field of financial services was exactly the work he wanted to do. The managing director of Merrill Lynch Wealth Management…

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Real Estate

Megacenter Brickell project advances

Megacenter Brickell project advances

In the shadow of I-95, where Brickell meets East Little Havana, a Chilean developer plans a unique mixed-use project to be called Megacenter Brickell. The city’s Urban Development Review Board recommended its approval June 15.…

Government

Canada’s Governor General David Johnston eyes Miami links

Canada’s Governor General David Johnston eyes Miami links

Canada’s Governor General David Johnston focused on trade and tourism relationships between the US and Canada at a recent breakfast address hosted by the Beacon Council in partnership with eMerge Americas and the Greater Miami…

Business & Finance

More Brazilians visit Miami but spend 15% less

More Brazilians visit Miami but spend 15% less

Brazilians are still number-one internationally in total visits to Miami, a fact that hasn’t changed during Brazil’s current political and economic turmoil. What has changed is what they’ve been spending here – the Greater Miami…

Communities

South Florida mayors team up to meet transportation needs

South Florida mayors team up to meet transportation needs

Together we stand, divided we fail. That seemed to be the consensus among a gathering of South Florida mayors discussing transportation needs and other issues at the Greater Miami Chamber’s Goals Conference. In order to…

Arts & Culture

Miamians work to expand the art scene

Miamians work to expand the art scene

All around Miami, people are working to expand and elevate the art scene. Those cited are working tirelessly to advance the arts in our community and improve Miami’s cultural footprint – whether it be through…

Education

Miami’s educational firmament studded with leaders

Miami’s educational firmament studded with leaders

Miami’s educational firmament is studded with leaders who specialize is both traditional and non-traditional learning. Javier Betancourt, director of economic improvement for the City of Coral Gables, nominated Cheli Cerra, principal of Coral Gables Preparatory…

Healthcare

America’s opioid abuse problem hits home in Miami

America’s opioid abuse problem hits home in Miami

America’s opioid abuse problem, once thought to be a killer vice only for inner-city junkies, is now a country-wide epidemic affecting even Miami. The good news is that solutions are out there, according to a…

Transportation

County tests new technology for traffic signals synchronization

County tests new technology for traffic signals synchronization

Drivers frustrated by growing congestion and at least one Miami-Dade commissioner question whether traffic signals are synchronized properly – or at all – but officials say they’re testing new technologies to modernize the system for…

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