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Inside Hitachi rail car assembly plant

If you’ve never darkened the doorway of a train manufacturing plant, it’s understandable to at first mistake Medley’s Hitachi facility for a contemporary art museum and the first three of 136 Metrorail cars being assembled there…

Foreign trade zone magnet due at Miami International Airport

Foreign trade zone magnet due at Miami International Airport

Miami-Dade’s Aviation Department is working to set up a foreign trade zone magnet site on Miami International Airport property, which officials say will attract new business opportunities and better utilize…

I-395 signature bridge project advances

I-395 signature bridge project advances

The Florida Department of Transportation is currently seeking design proposals after setting the minimum requirements for the signature I-395 bridge project, and for the open spaces underneath the elevated roadway,…

Doral city manager says ‘We’re a city in transition”

Doral city manager says ‘We’re a city in transition”

“We’re a city in transition,” says Edward A. Rojas, Doral city manager. “It’s a unique situation in that we were a little sleepy suburban community and now we’re a product…

Tri-Rail on Florida East Coast Railway tracks?

Tri-Rail on Florida East Coast Railway tracks?

Miami-Dade commissioners are urging the Legislature to pass law that would facilitate Tri-Rail operating on Florida East Coast Railway tracks into the now-rising Miami Central Station and to fund, along…

Double-decker restaurant under fire for lack of riverwalk

Double-decker restaurant under fire for lack of riverwalk

A unique double-decker restaurant being built to house two eateries on the banks of the Miami River has come under fire for its lack of a required public riverwalk. Officials…

Small business to renourish and widen beaches on Miami Beach

Small business to renourish and widen beaches on Miami Beach

The US Army Corps of Engineers’ Jacksonville District has awarded a Florida small business an almost $12 million contract to renourish and widen beaches at two Miami Beach hotspots near…

In sewer crisis, county uses rehabilitated pumps

In sewer crisis, county uses rehabilitated pumps

When county commissioners unanimously approved ratifying contracts the administration awarded as part of the Water and Sewer Department’s Consent Decree and Capital Improvement Program Acceleration last week, Chairman Jean Monestime…

Canada’s Governor General David Johnston eyes Miami links

Canada’s Governor General David Johnston eyes Miami links

Canada’s Governor General David Johnston focused on trade and tourism relationships between the US and Canada at a recent breakfast address hosted by the Beacon Council in partnership with eMerge…

Inter-American Conference of Mayors hits big issues

Inter-American Conference of Mayors hits big issues

Miami is welcoming more than 600 mayors and local officials from across Latin America at the 22nd Inter-American conference of mayors and local authorities to discuss ways to improve municipal…

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