Archives

www.barry.edu
Advertisement
The Newspaper for the Future of Miami
Connect with us:
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Google Plus
  • Linkedin
Front Page » Opinion (Page 2)
Latest in Opinion

Soccer fields shouldn’t need detectives or rocket scientists

A brand new Miami advisory board this week may probe “The Case of the Missing Soccer Fields,” the latest volume of government whodunits in which promises to voters vanish. In this episode, Virginia Key soccer fields that…

Reversible traffic lanes a wise route to reduce congestion

Reversible traffic lanes a wise route to reduce congestion

Miami-Dade is on a promising road in a multi-pronged attack on congestion: we’re realizing we can’t soon build our way out of the traffic quagmire so we must use far…

Seaport land conflict exposes flaw in government structure

Seaport land conflict exposes flaw in government structure

Conflict over mostly-bare land that is vital to PortMiami’s future has also laid bare a hidden flaw in county government’s structure. The vacant port corner is a political football. It…

Pivotal university presidents bequeathed valuable lessons

Pivotal university presidents bequeathed valuable lessons

It’s teamwork – not one person, however visionary or charismatic – that advances an organization. But it’s the leader who sets the tone, charts the team’s mission and guides it…

Commission thumb tips scale toward bad airport business

Commission thumb tips scale toward bad airport business

The bad old days at Miami International Airport weren’t so long ago that we can ignore a county commission move to reassert control over retail and dining choices. This month,…

The latest disconnect: two rail systems where one is vital

The latest disconnect: two rail systems where one is vital

We’ll never add to Miami-Dade County’s mobility if every government keeps going its own way, with nobody making sure that we connect transit modes. Last week we lamented that 28…

We must link 28 disconnected, mostly-free transit systems

We must link 28 disconnected, mostly-free transit systems

Metropolitan mass transit is hard enough to stitch together when it all reports to a single agency. Imagine how hard it must be when 28 governments each do their own…

A port in a storm: cling tightly to PortMiami’s vital land

A port in a storm: cling tightly to PortMiami’s vital land

Mayor Carlos Gimenez injected reason into hot debate over the southwest corner of PortMiami by recommending that commissioners sink any plans to develop the site until the port figures out…

Let’s be frank: debates are no way to discover a president

Let’s be frank: debates are no way to discover a president

Our presidential debates are more talent shows than measurements of candidates’ merits to lead the free world. Candidates seem to be auditioning for entertainment jobs. You almost expect network interviewers…

To persuade Gus to hop back on the bus, upscale its image

To persuade Gus to hop back on the bus, upscale its image

In 1975 Paul Simon wrote the enduring lyrics “Hop on the bus, Gus.” Enduring elsewhere, but not in Miami-Dade, where we’re hopping off the bus by the millions. Despite traffic…

www.miamitodayepaper.com
Advertisement
First Bank