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Is it curtains for Coconut Grove Playhouse revival?

For years now, as preservationists have fought Miami-Dade County’s plan to redevelop the Coconut Grove Playhouse as a 300-seat theater and as uninvited third parties have pushed their own plans, the county has responded by pointing…

Miami orders Virginia Key marinas operator to vacate

Miami orders Virginia Key marinas operator to vacate

The City of Miami is ordering the operator to vacate the Rickenbacker Marina on Virginia Key. It’s the latest move in a years-long controversy over who will run the city-owned…

Double-deck highway over 836 interchange with I-95 rolling

Double-deck highway over 836 interchange with I-95 rolling

Downtown Miami has no schedule for when construction will begin on a double-deck highway over the 836 interchange with I-95, although the Florida Department of Transportation did provide “notice to…

Funding transportation in Miami-Dade just got trickier

Funding transportation in Miami-Dade just got trickier

Projects funded by the half-percent sales surtax meant to expand and improve transportation in Miami-Dade County will soon need county general fund dollars more than the county needs surtax funds,…

78 new hotels planned for Miami-Dade County

78 new hotels planned for Miami-Dade County

New hotel development in Miami-Dade County shows no signs of slowing down in the coming months or years, with 14,139 rooms and 78 hotels currently in the pipeline at various…

Disney Cruise Line to base two new huge ships in Miami

Disney Cruise Line to base two new huge ships in Miami

Two PortMiami cruise line agreements scheduled to go before Miami-Dade commissioners this week would advance development of one terminal previously stalled for inadequate funding and mark the first step in…

Miami-Dade County moving to create app to streamline public mobility

Miami-Dade County moving to create app to streamline public mobility

Miami-Dade is in early stages of developing an app to streamline public transportation, according to Transportation and Public Works Director Alice Bravo, who said the app, once completed, will enable…

Street lights may deliver free Wi-Fi

Street lights may deliver free Wi-Fi

Miami-Dade is considering two options to bring free Wi-Fi to public transit: incorporate the technology into either new bus shelters or street lights, Miami-Dade Information Technology Director Angel Petisco said.…

12.6% Metrobus ridership plunge in 12 months accelerates losses

12.6% Metrobus ridership plunge in 12 months accelerates losses

Ridership on Miami-Dade’s public transportation system continues to plunge at an accelerating rate, with drop-offs on the county’s three main modes of transit, according to the most recently available report.…

Miami-Dade Mayor seeks far-ranging fee hikes, from water to libraries

Miami-Dade Mayor seeks far-ranging fee hikes, from water to libraries

New or amended service fees included in Miami-Dade’s forthcoming budget are projected to yield the county $54.35 million in fiscal 2018-19, with more than half coming from hikes in Water…

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