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Strong mayor question goes to Miami’s ballot

At a special meeting Tuesday, Miami city commissioners approved placing a strong mayor form of government proposal on the Nov. 6 ballot, and the ballot language. The vote was 3…

Express buses to roll on 836 and 874 shoulders in late winter

Express buses are expected to start zipping down the shoulder lanes of State Roads 836 and 874 by February or March. The vehicles are to depart from West Dade’s Dolphin…

Survey results to help shape long-range transportation plan

A “Battle of the Counties” transportation survey by the Southeast Florida Transportation Council has found that travel characteristics of households in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties depend on factors…

Work starts early next year on double-deck viaduct over 836

Construction is to begin on a double-deck highway over the 836 interchange with I-95 downtown early next year. Miami-Dade Expressway Authority officials say they believe the plan will alleviate congestion,…

Half of potential transit fares lost to free rides, discounts

Miami-Dade County might look at more strictly regulating its free transit pass programs to recoup funds lost by foregone fares. Commissioners at a Transportation and Public Works Committee meeting last…

Expressways team moves to add transit at new park and ride

The Miami-Dade Expressway Authority is adding final touches on the new Dolphin Station Park and Ride Transit Facility and expects to receive a certificate of occupancy this month. The offerings…

Second adjournment in Miami strong mayor meeting

After meeting another 15 minutes or so without reaching a consensus, the Miami City Commission on Monday adjourned for a second time that day its special meeting to deal with…

Aircraft service workers may get county jobs aid

General aircraft service employees may be the next group to win better employment conditions at Miami International Airport (MIA), as Miami-Dade commissioners last week forwarded to a hearing a proposed…

County may double-deck future buses

As Miami-Dade continues to replace aging buses, it should consider double-decker models like London’s, says Commissioner Dennis Moss. Using such buses, he said, would be more efficient, maximizing riders on…

Long-stable Miami parking rates face hefty hike

The City of Miami’s parking agency is proposing hefty parking rate hikes starting in October. Rates have stood unchanged nearly 9 years. The Miami Parking Authority’s staff prepared the proposed…

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