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Competitors Take Bite Out Of Miami International Traffic

Air traffic at Miami International Airport this year is down from a year ago while business booms at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport and other airports compete for Miami's Latin American…

Canadian Medical Researcher Could Move To Miami Gardens

A Canadian medical research company wants to bring 50 new jobs into an underdeveloped area of Miami-Dade County by September, according to county documents.…

Developers Working To Give Civic Center Workers Places To Call Home

Residential developers are starting to penetrate the Civic Center region in northwest Miami - home to some of the county's largest employers but few places for employees to live. …

County Considers Dropping Plans For Airportseaport Link

Miami-Dade County may eliminate plans for a Metrorail line between Miami International Airport and the Port of Miami for lack of demand.…

Bidding Fails To Produce Adviser For Transit Panel

Miami-Dade County's transportation watchdog that oversees more than $150 million a year in sales-tax revenue still lacks a financial adviser because it can only hire a woman-owned firm that holds…

County Hopes To Increase Ridership By Changing Buses Image

Getting people out of cars and into buses is as much about image as service, transit officials say, so the county wants to make its vehicles more sleek and stylish.…

United Way Forces Some Agencies To Make Changes

United Way of Miami-Dade has changed its criteria for program funding, forcing some agencies to alter their operations.…

New Regulations Could Hit Miami Airport With Delays Cutbacks

Construction of Miami International Airport's north terminal could be delayed for up to a year and airport expansions cut back because federal requirements for baggage screening have expanded the project's…

Trirail Drops Plan To Make Way For Metrorail Extension

Plans for a western extension of Tri-Rail service in Miami-Dade County have been shelved so the county can pursue a western expansion of Metrorail. …

Arts Center Expected To Bring More Money Higher Bills To Companies

More performances, more venues and more money are among the benefits its main tenants expect to derive from the Miami Performing Arts Center when it opens in several years.…

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