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Commissioners rank housing crisis ahead of transit

Declaring affordable housing the most critical issue in Miami-Dade County, commissioners at the Housing and Social Services Committee this week voted to update the county’s Master Affordable Housing Plan. “We…

If Marlins pay county, transit first on spending wish list

In an effort to drive more money into the SMART plan, Miami-Dade commissioners at the Chairman’s Policy Council last week recommended any available revenues from the sale of the Miami…

Miami Marine Stadium put on historic register

Miami Marine Stadium has been listed on the National Park Service’s National Register of Historic Places, Florida Secretary of State Ken Detzner announced Tuesday. “The Miami Marine Stadium is one…

Settlement of Key Biscayne suit of Miami crumbles

Months of negotiation were lost when the Miami City Commission wouldn’t approve settlement of a lawsuit filed against the city by the Village of Key Biscayne over land uses on…

County to spend $80 million on vehicles, fleet now at 11,086

Miami-Dade commissioners last week allocated up to $80.4 million to buy police vehicles, fire trucks, mobile equipment and other light and heavy fleet vehicles for departments throughout the county. The…

These boots were made for immobility – and city will talk

What do boots, towing and valet parking have in common? Miami city commissioners may find out at a workshop to dig deeper into those matters. At its April 12 meeting,…

Big change at expanding charter high school

After opening its doors to students and parents six years ago, the LBA Business & Construction Academy, a charter high school founded by the Latin Builders Association that currently serves…

With letter of intent, Fastrack looks to fund mobility plan

After team Citi.MOOV won a 16-week Fastrack Institute competition three months ago, said Kent Langley, the institute’s chief science technology officer, the team signed letters of intent with RedCoach and…

New federal grant to expand Miami-Dade’s CNG bus fleet

The US Department of Transportation’s Federal Transit Administration (FTA) has just awarded $3.6 million to Miami-Dade County’s Department of Transportation and Public Works to replace older buses with new ones…

Two sites under microscope to pilot reversible traffic flows

After a directive from Miami-Dade County’s Transportation Planning Organization [TPO] to consider reversible lanes to reduce traffic congestion during peak hours, the Department of Transportation and Public Works is evaluating…

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