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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…

Brightline startup potential: 4,800 passengers a day

Brightline startup potential: 4,800 passengers a day

Startup Brightline rail service to link Fort Lauderdale with West Palm Beach is to begin sometime next week with 10 northbound and 10 southbound trips daily – the potential to…

Miami-Dade transit takes worst plunge in use ever

Miami-Dade transit takes worst plunge in use ever

Miami-Dade’s beleaguered transit system took its worst plunge in use ever in the past fiscal year, new figures reveal. Ridership among all four transit modes declined a combined 9.6% as…

South Florida’s first Diverging Diamond interchange nears

South Florida’s first Diverging Diamond interchange nears

The Miami-Dade Expressway Authority (MDX) plans to debut South Florida’s first diverging diamond highway interchanges – which for short stretches have drivers cruising down the left side of the road…

Narrowing of Biscayne Boulevard in parking department hands

Narrowing of Biscayne Boulevard in parking department hands

The city’s Off-Street Parking Board has approved an agreement between the Miami Parking Authority and the Downtown Development Authority to proceed with the Biscayne Green Project – the plan to…

Brightline rail service bonds get noninvestment grade

Brightline rail service bonds get noninvestment grade

The startup luxury Brightline rail service that is now expected to link Miami with West Palm Beach by the end of March 2018 has received a non-investment grade rating on…

Flexibility Miami-Dade transportation key, Gimenez says

Flexibility Miami-Dade transportation key, Gimenez says

Flexibility and adaptability are key for Miami-Dade County’s transportation decisions, Mayor Carlos Giménez told directors of the Downtown Development Authority Nov. 17. He and Alice Bravo, county transportation director, spoke…

Commissioners put Miami-Dade transit on hot seat

Commissioners put Miami-Dade transit on hot seat

With declining transit revenues and not enough money to subsidize all services, Miami-Dade’s Department of Transportation and Public Works had to cut services to balance its budget earlier this year.…

Miami International Airport flies high on first-class seats

Miami International Airport flies high on first-class seats

As the second busiest US airport for international passenger traffic, Miami International Airport has recruiting new international air carriers down to a science. Airport Director Emilio Gonzalez says one factor…

First 8 of 136 new Metrorail cars in testing

First 8 of 136 new Metrorail cars in testing

The first eight of 136 Metrorail cars to replace Miami-Dade’s metro fleet are in various stages of testing, the Department of Transportation and Public Works says. The first train is…

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