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Miami Beach is moving forward with plans for light rail, but how?

Miami Beach is moving forward with plans for light rail on the island, but if, how and when it will connect to the mainland remains to be seen. Miami Beach “has been moving forward assertively to advance…

Film Florida pushes funding for productions

Film Florida pushes funding for productions

Stung by the Florida Legislature’s refusal for four consecutive years to revive a moribund tax rebate program, the Film Florida entertainment production association, an industry advocacy group, is considering its…

Downtown Miami street closing for All Aboard Florida

Downtown Miami street closing for All Aboard Florida

Part of Northwest First Avenue in the heart of downtown Miami will close to public use so it can be realigned as part of the major redevelopment of the area…

Wynwood businesses hammered in Zika war

Wynwood businesses hammered in Zika war

Leaders of the Wynwood Business Improvement District (BID) say the neighborhood has been unfairly singled out in the battle against the Zika virus and that has created a false sense…

Miami-Dade MPO gives Beach Corridor project Priority 1 status

Miami-Dade MPO gives Beach Corridor project Priority 1 status

The Beach Corridor project, which aims to connect Miami to Miami Beach with public transit, is quickly moving forward, despite the latter city’s controversial decision to explore a locally funded…

New trolley routes draw big numbers in Miami

New trolley routes draw big numbers in Miami

When Miami city commissioners return from the August break Sept. 8, they will again take up the idea of expanding the city’s popular trolley service city-wide. And they are bound…

Redevelopment agency awards Perez Art Museum Miami $1 million

Redevelopment agency awards Perez Art Museum Miami $1 million

The Omni Community Redevelopment Agency board has awarded the Pérez Art Museum Miami $1 million for community benefits and programs. Some of the cash will go to spruce up three…

County to seek proposals for its first four electric buses

County to seek proposals for its first four electric buses

The Miami-Dade Department of Transportation and Public Works will soon seek proposals for its first four electric buses and necessary charging stations with a $2.4 million Federal Transit Administration grant,…

Catalonia Trade & Investment signs Miami agreement

Catalonia Trade & Investment signs Miami agreement

Catalonia Trade & Investment – the government’s agency for foreign investment attraction and business competitiveness – has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Beacon Council to enforce the existing…

Parsons-Odebrecht Joint Venture wins airport baggage system deal

Parsons-Odebrecht Joint Venture wins airport baggage system deal

Miami-Dade commissioners approved 8-4 last week awarding a contract to construct baggage handling system improvements at Miami International Airport to Parsons-Odebrecht Joint Venture, with almost $7.5 million for pre-construction phases…

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