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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…

Florida legislature targets telemedicine

Florida legislature targets telemedicine

This Florida legislative session, physicians and hospitals in the state are keeping a close eye on two telemedicine bills. In telemedicine, sometimes referred to as telehealth, a physician provides health…

826-836 interchange delayed

826-836 interchange delayed

Completion of Miami-Dade County’s most impactful road project – the interchange of state roads 826 and 836 – has been delayed until January 2016 because of inclement weather, but significant…

Miami Worldcenter’s deal tightened

Miami Worldcenter’s deal tightened

Miami commissioners gave preliminary approval last week to a revised development agreement for Miami Worldcenter, described by city staff as stricter than the agreement approved last year. The “amended and…

Miami gets a financial seal of approval

Miami gets a financial seal of approval

It pays to save. Standard and Poor’s Ratings Services has upgraded the City of Miami’s primary bond rating four rating tiers from BBB to A+ due to the city’s improved…

Major League soccer in Miami in play

Major League soccer in Miami in play

About a year after the Miami-Dade County Commission decided a Major League Soccer stadium is not to open at PortMiami, a county commissioner is now nudging discussions toward a different…

Swap one old courthouse for another?

Swap one old courthouse for another?

Miami-Dade government staff is looking into whether it can move court operations now housed at the county-owned courthouse to a different facility in Miami. So far, preliminary findings aren’t promising…

State loan triggers pollution clean-up

State loan triggers pollution clean-up

The clean-up of a polluted tributary of the Miami River is set to begin shortly, thanks in large part to a state loan program. This month city commissioners approved the…

County parking or green space?

County parking or green space?

Faded and oil-stained concrete county parking on the Miami River may one day be a landscaped public green space accentuating a mixed-use development known as River Landing Shops and Residences.…

New I-395 bridge getting head start

New I-395 bridge getting head start

Major improvements to I-395, including a new “signature” bridge, are to begin earlier than planned. The Florida Department of Transportation has moved up its schedule and a call for bids…

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