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On-street sensors to monitor use of parking spaces

In a pilot program, the Miami Parking Authority plans to install on-street sensors to monitor use of parking spaces in various lots and curbside locations. Changing technology, web-based applications and the proliferation of smartphones have already dramatically…

Aviation Department deals that caused hot words to fly on tap again

Aviation Department deals that caused hot words to fly on tap again

Discussion could become sharp-toned today (1/19) when the county’s Trade & Tourism Committee considers approving the Aviation Department’s signage and fabrication contracts at Miami International Airport, if the conversation Dec.…

Virginia Key Advisory Board says don’t seek marina operator

Virginia Key Advisory Board says don’t seek marina operator

On a split vote, the Virginia Key Advisory Board recommended that Miami not request new proposals to improve and manage marinas on the barrier island, affording the board more time…

State experiments with carpool apps to cut traffic

State experiments with carpool apps to cut traffic

Over a year since the end of the Florida Department of Transportation’s 826/836 Carpool Incentive Program, the state has yet to announce new traffic mitigation programs – and it doesn’t…

Traffic signals at 1,409 Miami-Dade intersections due upgrade

Traffic signals at 1,409 Miami-Dade intersections due upgrade

Traffic signals at 1,409 Miami-Dade County intersections that will speed traffic on heavily traveled state roads will get an upgrade to the latest technology from a funding plan that county…

County ducks Lake Okeechobee land buy stance for Everglades water

County ducks Lake Okeechobee land buy stance for Everglades water

Miami-Dade County commissioners have indefinitely put off recommending that the state Legislature allocate money for land acquisition south of Lake Okeechobee, which would convey freshwater in the greater Everglades ecosystem,…

Miami commissioners nearly fired City Manager Daniel Alfonso

Miami commissioners nearly fired City Manager Daniel Alfonso

For a few minutes last week, Miami commissioners thought they’d just fired City Manager Daniel Alfonso. Not quite. The move to remove the top administrator was launched Dec. 8 by…

Congress is to vote on extending the EB-5 program

Congress is to vote on extending the EB-5 program

Congress is to vote Friday on extending the EB-5 program, which grants foreign investors permanent residence for the right price. In the minds of local experts and developers who rely…

Florida Department of Health tests rigorously for Zika

Florida Department of Health tests rigorously for Zika

The Florida Department of Health’s process for identifying, testing, investigating and informing the public about cases of locally acquired Zika virus is extensive and in some cases may require up…

Voters may decide on Virginia Key marinas

Voters may decide on Virginia Key marinas

If everything falls into place, one year from now voters in the City of Miami will get to decide the fate of marina development on Virginia Key. City commissioners on…

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