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As traffic clogs, mass transit many days late, dollars short

Last week’s heated county debate over bias on gender identity ran so long that it wiped out a subsequent meeting on transit that presented three moving issues of its own. One was to restore, as we must,…

County hall tiptoes toward vital watershed change of focus

County hall tiptoes toward vital watershed change of focus

Nine hours into a meeting last week, commissioners voting to begin a $200,000 study that could lead to their most vital action in decades leaked revealing thoughts. Miami-Dade, one said,…

Transit planners on right track to halt streetcar express

Transit planners on right track to halt streetcar express

Miami-Dade transportation planners were right on track when they sidetracked support for a streetcar system. It was the right track whether or not streetcars would really aid mobility, or whether…

City is ‘all aboard’ to combat Economic Enemy #1, gridlock

City is ‘all aboard’ to combat Economic Enemy #1, gridlock

Wonder why Miami Today last week in a single edition printed seven major articles targeting Miami’s transportation needs? If so, you should have joined several hundred real estate brokers that…

County on road to add to shameful transit funds hijackings

County on road to add to shameful transit funds hijackings

Miami-Dade commissioners are poised for their final hijacking of funds targeted to add vital transit. Flying so low under the radar that a Miami Today article was the sole mention,…

County flies full circle to land a small slice of airport pizza

County flies full circle to land a small slice of airport pizza

In the end, Miami-Dade County got the order right. A pizza maker who was cut out of a lease at Miami International Airport because hot pizza smells like pizza has…

Use technology to make murky ballot issues transparent

Use technology to make murky ballot issues transparent

On election day, reflect on the adage “never buy a pig in a poke” – know what you’re buying before you say yes. We try to do that when we…

There is a way around the bridge that divides our city

There is a way around the bridge that divides our city

A 1942 tune begins “It seems to me I’ve heard that song before.” The lyrics could refer to a bid by Miami’s Downtown Development Authority to keep the Brickell Avenue…

If Marlins’ owners can’t sell rights, pray they can sell team

If Marlins’ owners can’t sell rights, pray they can sell team

The Atlanta Braves, still more than two years from moving into a $622 million suburban ballpark, last week announced a 25-year deal that will see the 41,500-seat stadium branded SunTrust…

UM’s trustees must lead so that a new president does too

UM’s trustees must lead so that a new president does too

University of Miami trustees have a golden opportunity as they replace their retiring president to sharpen the vision of the university’s mission and future and select the person most likely…

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