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Front Page » 2018 » March (Page 2)

Developer’s payment to city gains more density in Wynwood

Developer’s payment to city gains more density in Wynwood

A developer is soon to write a $500,000 check to the City of Miami in a deal that will allow added density to a block-sized project in the heart of…

Miami-Dade County Public Schools have $60 million plan for downtown

Miami-Dade County Public Schools have $60 million plan for downtown

More classrooms and new classmates are coming to four elementary schools in Brickell and downtown as the school system looks to increase capacities in the city’s core. Miami-Dade County Public…

Prime interest rate hikes benefit biggest of depositors most

Prime interest rate hikes benefit biggest of depositors most

Prime interest rate hikes mean bank customers may have more money in their pocket. As local interest rates rise, long-time savers may see the difference in the coming months. “The…

Virginia Key boat launch, boat race, basin use in news

Virginia Key boat launch, boat race, basin use in news

The Miami City Commission has approved an application seeking funding from a state agency to help pay to construct the Virginia Key Boat Launch and Trailer Parking Area, on the…

Miami Parking Authority victim of heavy traffic

Miami Parking Authority victim of heavy traffic

Officials with the Miami Parking Authority are working on measures to ease anticipated traffic congestion around its flagship garage and headquarters, Courthouse Center Garage at 40 NW Third St. This…

Transit tracker upgrade on the way – minus Uber

Transit tracker upgrade on the way – minus Uber

The Miami-Dade Transit Tracker, which allows users to track trains and buses, pay for trips and report safety concerns, is set to debut its new and improved app in April,…

Reversible lanes may be quick, cheap fix as Smart plan stalls

Reversible lanes may be quick, cheap fix as Smart plan stalls

While awaiting lengthy environmental studies to OK Miami-Dade’s rapid transit SMART plan, the county Transportation Planning Organization is looking at reversible lanes as a quick, cheap way to alleviate peak…

Fare-free municipal and county circulators a transit patch

Fare-free municipal and county circulators a transit patch

While Miami-Dade County’s six-corridor rapid transit SMART plan is caught up in studies awaiting extra federal and state funds, members of the Transportation Planning Organization’s [TPO] Executive Policy Committee are…

New projects adorn Biscayne Bay at Edgewater

New projects adorn Biscayne Bay at Edgewater

New projects adorn Biscayne Bay at Edgewater. As six developments take a step toward completion, some locals wonder when more goods and services will also follow the real estate boom…

FYI Miami: March 22, 2018

Below are some of the FYIs in this week’s edition. The entire content of this week’s FYIs and Insider sections is available by subscription only. To subscribe click here. POWER LINES…

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