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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…

Tri-Rail trains will roll into MiamiCentral

Tri-Rail trains will roll into MiamiCentral

The South Florida Regional Transportation Authority’s governing board has voted to accept an agreement among local agencies that will allow Tri-Rail trains to roll into the new MiamiCentral station by…

Virginia Key marina in three-way fight

Virginia Key marina in three-way fight

While the fate of Miami Marine Stadium plays a major role in Virginia Key’s future, what happens to the marina next door might have equal or greater significance. City commissioners…

No soccer at the Miami Marine Stadium Flex Park

No soccer at the Miami Marine Stadium Flex Park

Children won’t be playing soccer at the Miami Marine Stadium Flex Park any time soon – if ever. About a year ago, as City of Miami officials worked quickly to…

Water Taxi Miami heads for Miami Beach’s Purdy Avenue

Water Taxi Miami heads for Miami Beach’s Purdy Avenue

Water Taxi Miami aims to introduce a one-year pilot program to take commuters to and from Miami Beach’s Purdy Avenue Dock by water, adding a route for traveling between Miami…

Fate of Miami Marine Stadium turns corner

Fate of Miami Marine Stadium turns corner

Covenants might be the answer for the fate of Miami Marine Stadium and the southwest corner of PortMiami. The City of Miami owns much of Virginia Key and the abandoned…

State won’t push for Beach Corridor Direct Connection

State won’t push for Beach Corridor Direct Connection

While the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) will continue to financially support a design and engineering study to develop a Beach Corridor Direct Connection, the department won’t take the lead…

Trying again for grand promenade on Biscayne Boulevard

Trying again for grand promenade on Biscayne Boulevard

Turned down in October for $1 million in Florida Department of Transportation funding for the Biscayne Green project to build a grand promenade on Biscayne Boulevard, Miami’s Downtown Development Authority…

$12.2 million to add 10 early voting sites

$12.2 million to add 10 early voting sites

Miami-Dade commissioners are being asked to authorize $12.2 million for contract workers to service 10 added early voting sites for the presidential election, which officials say would save $1 million…

Miami seeks millions from Waterways Assistance Program

Miami seeks millions from Waterways Assistance Program

From extending the baywalk to establishing mooring areas, Miami is seeking millions in grant funding for water-related projects in a series of applications that city commissioners recently approved to the…

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