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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…

Path for 2017 Miami International Boat Show cleared

Path for 2017 Miami International Boat Show cleared

City of Miami officials are working now on plans for the 2017 Miami International Boat Show on city-owned Virginia Key. The hugely popular show is just three months away. At…

Miami commissioner seeks $15 living wage for some contract workers

Miami commissioner seeks $15 living wage for some contract workers

Following up on a promise made this spring, Ken Russell, the freshman City of Miami commissioner, is sponsoring a proposal to guarantee a living wage for workers fulfilling city service…

Talks to unclog Brickell Avenue bridge traffic stall

Talks to unclog Brickell Avenue bridge traffic stall

As downtown traffic slows, movement has also stalled in a Downtown Development Authority, Florida Department of Transportation and US Coast Guard struggle over what the authority says are improper bridge…

Miami-Dade’s six county marinas filled, more boat slips sought

Miami-Dade’s six county marinas filled, more boat slips sought

With every spot in Miami-Dade’s six county marinas filled and 1,171 boat owners awaiting space, officials have a grant application ready and seek other funds for a $300,000 study to…

P3 can serve Miami-Dade well, task force says

P3 can serve Miami-Dade well, task force says

Infrastructure is a vital, fundamental element for Miami-Dade’s future, which the county’s Private Public (P3) Task Force told a county committee this week can be well served by this type…

Miami River tributaries clean-up years behind

Miami River tributaries clean-up years behind

Even though the City of Miami has lined up the permits and money for a $23 million dredging and clean-up of Wagner Creek and Seybold Canal, work has not yet…

City board leaves two Midtown Miami towers in limbo

City board leaves two Midtown Miami towers in limbo

A city board’s cool reaction last week left 838 apartments planned in two Midtown Miami towers in limbo. The Urban Development Review Board deferred Midtown 6+7 to October. Magellan Development…

New control center battles traffic gridlock

New control center battles traffic gridlock

In a full-on assault on traffic gridlock, Miami-Dade County has spent about $9 million, most of it invested in technology, to keep vehicles moving and help drivers avoid bottlenecks. Last…

Related Group’s first Wynwood venture called ‘bunt’

Related Group’s first Wynwood venture called ‘bunt’

The Related Group’s first venture into the rapidly growing Wynwood Arts District met with mixed reviews among members of the city’s Urban Development Review Board. The mixed-use project, called Wynwood…

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