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Fastrack Institute unveils surprise answer to Miami traffic woes

Fastrack Institute unveils surprise answer to Miami traffic woes

After launching a 16-week competition to find a comprehensive solution to all of Miami’s transportation problems, the Fastrack Institute on Tuesday announced Team Citi.moov as the winner of its Miami mobility Fastrack. The technology-based solution…

Co-working spaces expanding as membership increases

Co-working spaces expanding as membership increases

Founders of Miami-Dade co-working spaces are looking to expand as membership increases and more professionals utilize shared workspaces as launch pads to success. Adolfo Taylhardat founded TamboWorks three years ago alongside two friends when they…

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City targets Watson Island land for future monetization

City targets Watson Island land for future monetization

A request by the Miami Children’s Museum for more city-owned land on Watson Island so it can expand has met with some skepticism and opposition.…

Miami-Dade looks toward a Center for Genetics of the Americas

Miami-Dade looks toward a Center for Genetics of the Americas

Miami-Dade County might soon launch a study of how government could create a Center for Genetics of the Americas. The aim would be to develop…

Miami’s universities focusing business schools on entrepreneurs

Miami’s universities focusing business schools on entrepreneurs

In anticipation of preparing their students to become well-rounded entrepreneurs, local universities have taken the initiative to streamline their programs and classes within their business…

Hotel rooms under construction in Miami decrease sharply

Hotel rooms under construction in Miami decrease sharply

The number of hotel rooms under construction in Miami dropped sharply in December from the total of December 2016, mirroring a national decline. According to…

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Opinion

Bus drivers need a new way of working – like showing up

Bus drivers need a new way of working – like showing up

As Miami-Dade tries to fund more mass transit, what we already have is bleeding riders because of poor service and faltering equipment.County officials blame fund shortages, but they’re spending tens of millions a year that could make a vital difference in transit operations starting today. Massive waste is a sure recipe for long-term failure – and not just in transit.I learned about big-time waste decades ago as a New York Post editor on a visit to the paper’s rubber room,…

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Jack Stephens: Dreams of Tri-Rail service to Homestead and Aventura

Jack Stephens: Dreams of Tri-Rail service to Homestead and Aventura

Though the South Florida Regional Transportation Authority runs Tri-Rail, Jack Stephens isn’t out to compete with local transportation systems and does everything he can to support mobility in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties. Mr. Stephens’ personal mission of public service aligns with that of the authority. Just as he is driven to public service and integrity, the authority “will support anything that will take cars off the road, reduce congestion and create mobility for all our citizens,” he said. When negotiating…

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Real Estate

Hotel rooms under construction in Miami decrease sharply

Hotel rooms under construction in Miami decrease sharply

The number of hotel rooms under construction in Miami dropped sharply in December from the total of December 2016, mirroring a national decline. According to information from STR, a research firm that monitors the hotel…

Government

City targets Watson Island land for future monetization

City targets Watson Island land for future monetization

A request by the Miami Children’s Museum for more city-owned land on Watson Island so it can expand has met with some skepticism and opposition. The museum is asking for 26,599 more square feet on…

Business & Finance

Currency exchanges on decline but remain charity cash cows

Currency exchanges on decline but remain charity cash cows

Though the Foreign Currency Exchange industry is in decline, Miami-Dade County is on track to approve a new lease and concession agreement to the International Currency Exchange contractor that has been providing services to the…

Communities

Campaign seeks national recognition for Miami Marine Stadium

Campaign seeks national recognition for Miami Marine Stadium

As the City of Miami moves slowly toward restoration of its famous waterfront venue, Miami Marine Stadium on Virginia Key, local officials are campaigning for national recognition for the iconic concrete stadium. If gained, the…

Arts & Culture

Curtain lifted from Coconut Grove Playhouse battle details

Curtain lifted from Coconut Grove Playhouse battle details

As a county commissioner plans to unravel the negotiated lease and adopted restoration plan for the Coconut Grove Playhouse, preservationists fighting to save the entire building are claiming a victory at the city level. Immediately…

Education

Miami’s universities focusing business schools on entrepreneurs

Miami’s universities focusing business schools on entrepreneurs

In anticipation of preparing their students to become well-rounded entrepreneurs, local universities have taken the initiative to streamline their programs and classes within their business schools to help nurture and develop small business operators. “By…

Healthcare

Miami-Dade looks toward a Center for Genetics of the Americas

Miami-Dade looks toward a Center for Genetics of the Americas

Miami-Dade County might soon launch a study of how government could create a Center for Genetics of the Americas. The aim would be to develop a hub for the growth of both human and animal…

Transportation

Fastrack Institute unveils surprise answer to Miami traffic woes

Fastrack Institute unveils surprise answer to Miami traffic woes

After launching a 16-week competition to find a comprehensive solution to all of Miami’s transportation problems, the Fastrack Institute on Tuesday announced Team Citi.moov as the winner of its Miami mobility Fastrack. The technology-based solution…

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