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Sen. Bill Nelson in Brickell Avenue Bridge battle

To help resolve a long-brewing Brickell Avenue Bridge battle over traffic snarls, Miami’s Downtown Development Authority has recruited US Sen. Bill Nelson to insist that bridge lockdown rules be followed and times expanded. Oversight of the Coast…

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…

City plans to swap riverfront headquarters

City plans to swap riverfront headquarters

The City of Miami’s administrative office building sits on a choice piece of property on the Miami River, right next door to an open green space with three boat slips.…

Few stores make chip credit card deadline

Few stores make chip credit card deadline

The deadline for merchants to switch over to payment systems that accept chip credit cards has come and gone, yet the pool of business owners who have installed the new…

60-story river towers worry neighbors

60-story river towers worry neighbors

The developer behind a two-tower project planned to rise on riverfront land west of the Miami Avenue Bridge was questioned by disgruntled residents already living within the community during a…

Short-term Brickell, downtown traffic fixes

Short-term Brickell, downtown traffic fixes

The city will fund the training and staffing of 22 traffic management officers. The Downtown Development Authority advocated for the personnel to be included in the city’s proposed budget, which…

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