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Trolley info may soon enter Miami-Dade’s transit tracker app

Cities might soon have to feed route and use data for their trolleys and shuttles into Miami-Dade’s transit tracker app: commissioners on Friday backed a plan to better tie the local runs to the countywide network.The…

PortMiami gets ‘A’ bond rating, with some financial caveats

PortMiami gets ‘A’ bond rating, with some financial caveats

Fitch Ratings has affirmed the ‘A’ rating for Miami-Dade County’s $573.4 million in outstanding seaport revenue bonds, a positive review that nonetheless presented investors with several caveats about PortMiami’s financial…

One pact on plan to narrow Biscayne Boulevard, but studies still due

One pact on plan to narrow Biscayne Boulevard, but studies still due

The city’s Off-Street Parking Board has approved a new more detailed agreement between the Miami Parking Authority and the Downtown Development Authority for the Biscayne Green Project. But the plan…

Jungle Island to jump-start transit link to Miami Beach

Jungle Island to jump-start transit link to Miami Beach

As part of a proposed lease extension for city-owned land on Watson Island, Jungle Island has committed to fund purchase of a City of Miami trolley – which could become…

Handling of Brickell Avenue Bridge openings causes rift

Handling of Brickell Avenue Bridge openings causes rift

Miami River Commission members are fuming about being left out of action that impacts Brickell Avenue Bridge openings. Frustration bubbled up at Monday’s meeting when Chairman Horacio Stuart Aguirre spoke…

Miami may run trolley route to Miami International Airport hub

Miami may run trolley route to Miami International Airport hub

City and county leaders are touting two transportation improvements to ease traffic gridlock. If the demonstration projects win final approval and funds, the city would run a trolley route to…

Dolphin Expressway getting double-decker elevated Viaduct

Dolphin Expressway getting double-decker elevated Viaduct

A new project on the Dolphin Expressway – State Road 836 – could improve access and alleviate congestion by creating a double-decker elevated bridge over the existing highway, tentatively named…

$1 fare proposed for now-free Metromover

$1 fare proposed for now-free Metromover

Riders should be charged $1 each time they board the Metromover instead of relying on taxes meant to fund expansion of the county’s rapid transit system, Miami-Dade Commissioner Sally Heyman…

36-month Miami-Dade transit rider loss worsens

36-month Miami-Dade transit rider loss worsens

Miami-Dade’s reeling transit system just recorded another huge loss, as total riders declined 12.9% in a single month from the prior year, latest county data reveal. March was the 36th…

Miami-Dade’s Aviation Department hit by short-term parking deal

Miami-Dade’s Aviation Department hit by short-term parking deal

While Miami-Dade’s Aviation Department looks into new payment technology to use in its garages, commissioners at the Economic Development and Tourism Committee last week recommended extending the existing parking system…

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