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Miami International Airport gets bonanza in federal grants

The Federal Aviation Administration awarded this week over $36 million in infrastructure grants to Miami International Airport to reconstruct and rehabilitate taxiways to improve the safety and efficiency of airport operations.The FAA announced the grant through…

Enterprise Florida is jetting off to South Africa

Enterprise Florida is jetting off to South Africa

Economic development agency Enterprise Florida is jetting off to South Africa this Friday, taking two dozen Florida company executives south and facilitating one-on-one meetings with potential foreign partners, all in…

Free WiFi at Miami-Dade County facilities coming soon

Free WiFi at Miami-Dade County facilities coming soon

Electronic Media Systems Inc. is soon to offer free WiFi at Miami-Dade County facilities, including Miami International Airport and PortMiami, for eight years and pay the county at least $500,000…

Funds sought for new civil courthouse for Miami-Dade

Funds sought for new civil courthouse for Miami-Dade

Voters won’t approve a bond issue to finance a new civil courthouse for Miami-Dade, officials agree, so other funding methods will be necessary to replace a building with $73 million…

Boat tours to Biscayne National Park part of city deal

Boat tours to Biscayne National Park part of city deal

Miami city commissioners have approved deals that involve boat tours to nearby Biscayne National Park, and agreements for boat tours based at Bayside Marketplace’s Miamarina. The National Park Service operates…

PortMiami sets global passenger record

PortMiami sets global passenger record

PortMiami had another strong year in 2016, coming close to hitting the 5 million multi-day passenger mark. The port’s latest cruise season set a world record in cruise passenger traffic…

State Road 836 first corridor to get new federal transit funds

State Road 836 first corridor to get new federal transit funds

Members of the governing board of the Miami-Dade County Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) voted Jan. 26 to accept a $960,000 federal grant to study transit-oriented development along State Road 836,…

Guatemalan snow peas become first ocean-to-air transshipment

Guatemalan snow peas become first ocean-to-air transshipment

Two days after arriving at Port Everglades, several tons of Guatemalan snow peas were to be air-shipped last night (2/1) from Miami International Airport to Amsterdam via Centurion Cargo, the…

City digs into tunnel beneath Miami River

City digs into tunnel beneath Miami River

Directors of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority heard Francis Suarez, Miami commissioner and mayoral aspirant, ask their support Friday for a tunnel beneath the Miami River just east of Brickell Avenue.…

Miami chamber team jetting to China and Hong Kong

Miami chamber team jetting to China and Hong Kong

The Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce is jetting off to Asia in April for an Americas Linkage business development trip to China and Hong Kong. The delegation is to make…

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