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Bringing Tri-Rail into downtown Miami in peril

If all of the entities involved in bringing Tri-Rail into downtown Miami can’t finalize financial agreements by May 17, All Aboard Florida may withdraw its offer to have commuter service operate out of its MiamiCentral terminal. So…

Air arrivals soaring, tilt toward domestic

Air arrivals soaring, tilt toward domestic

Domestic travelers have tipped the balance at Miami International Airport, which historically welcomed nearly equal numbers of US and foreign arrivals, and they’re paving the way for a record year.…

$14 million kicker seals $1 billion 4-tower deal

$14 million kicker seals $1 billion 4-tower deal

Miami commissioners have approved a large mixed-use development on the Miami River that is expected to revive a city park, extend the public riverwalk, connect Brickell and Little Havana and…

Midtown rents hit Brickell levels

Midtown rents hit Brickell levels

Midtown’s residential rental rates continue on an upward swing, and with only two rental projects currently under construction, rates are projected to continue rising. The rental market in the increasingly…

Transportation trust votes to stop funding buses

Transportation trust votes to stop funding buses

Vowing to “reaffirm and support the original intent of the People’s Transportation Plan” to expand and improve transit, the Citizens’ Independent Transportation Trust last week voted 8 to 4 to…

Miami-Dade to seek development offers on port

Miami-Dade to seek development offers on port

County commissioners voted last week to seek development offers for the southwest corner of the Port of Miami, agreeing that they must first be clear what can be done legally.…

Cleaning up big with Zoo-Doo economics

Cleaning up big with Zoo-Doo economics

Zoo Miami is about to bank on its zoo-doo. To boost its sustainability, the zoo has installed a giant machine that will turn animal and plant waste into super-rich composted…

New rail bridge at river could open bottleneck

New rail bridge at river could open bottleneck

A plan to build a new railroad bridge over the Miami River to improve freight and commuter rail connections is moving ahead on a slow and steady track. Regional transportation…

Airport, seaport unite to create cruise center

Airport, seaport unite to create cruise center

The county’s Aviation Department and seaport have the go-ahead to plan a cruise visitor center at Miami International Airport to conveniently process passengers and their luggage directly to PortMiami. County…

Venetian Causeway’s future a huge question

Venetian Causeway’s future a huge question

More than a year after a bus fell partially through and made a hole in the Venetian Causeway, the Florida Department of Transportation is still in the midst of a…

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