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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 month, the county opened its upgraded Miami-Dade…

Brand USA to spotlight Miami

Brand USA to spotlight Miami

Brand USA, which serves as the nation’s international marketing engine, has set a goal to reel in 100 million international visitors by 2021, and with Miami being a major gateway…

Miami-Dade tweaks budget system

The Miami-Dade Commission altered its budget process Tuesday so that changes to the mayor’s proposed budget must come a few days before the first and second budget hearings and the…

County won’t seek full rent on land at arena

County won’t seek full rent on land at arena

Miami-Dade won’t collect what an appraisal says is 187% more than it now does on four waterfront acres behind American Airlines Arena. Commissioners were to raise fees Tuesday to do…

Miami unveils park opening plans

Miami unveils park opening plans

Miami residents who live near Merrie Christmas Park are still celebrating the reopening of the park after contaminated soil was removed and other improvements were made. Of the city’s remaining…

Big-name developers vie to build at Metrorail

Big-name developers vie to build at Metrorail

Developers behind some of the most notable projects in Miami-Dade County are vying to build out an area adjacent to the Douglas Road Metrorail station near Coconut Grove. Miami-Dade government…

Miami to seek Marine Stadium operator

Miami to seek Marine Stadium operator

Miami administrators are working on a request for proposals to attract an operator to handle a restored and reopened Miami Marine Stadium. City commissioners could be asked to vote on…

Theme park sets sights on Coast Guard land

Theme park sets sights on Coast Guard land

County officials are studying sites where US Coast Guard operations could move to make way for a theme park in South Miami-Dade. “We have a lot of work to do…

City pushes new Baywalk link

City pushes new Baywalk link

Miami’s growing improved baywalk could be extended to hug the FEC deep water slip and connect Museum Park to land beside AmericanAirlines Arena under a waterways project the city has…

Clocks ticks on Mediterranean Village plan

Clocks ticks on Mediterranean Village plan

Developers of the proposed Mediterranean Village on the former Old Spanish Village site asked the Coral Gables Commission not to be afraid of sharing city founder George Merrick’s vision of…

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