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Miami International Airport flies high on first-class seats

As the second busiest US airport for international passenger traffic, Miami International Airport has recruiting new international air carriers down to a science. Airport Director Emilio Gonzalez says one factor in luring in airlines is the…

First 8 of 136 new Metrorail cars in testing

First 8 of 136 new Metrorail cars in testing

The first eight of 136 Metrorail cars to replace Miami-Dade’s metro fleet are in various stages of testing, the Department of Transportation and Public Works says. The first train is…

Hurricane Irma didn’t roadblock Biscayne Boulevard paving

Hurricane Irma didn’t roadblock Biscayne Boulevard paving

The Florida Department of Transportation, which began a year-long repaving and resurfacing of Southeast Second Avenue from Southeast Second to Fourth streets and Biscayne Boulevard Way and the start of…

Miami International Airport to expand a bit for American Express lounge

Miami International Airport to expand a bit for American Express lounge

An American Express Travel lounge at Miami International Airport that is at or near capacity nearly half of its operating hours aims to expand by enclosing outdoor space and paying…

Trackless train may be a Miami-Dade alternative

Trackless train may be a Miami-Dade alternative

A new trackless train that floats above movable rubberized strips may be one alternative to solving Miami-Dade’s transit problems, said Frank Guyamier, Miami-Dade County deputy engineering director. “We want to…

Brickell tunnel under the Miami River gets a unanimous OK

Brickell tunnel under the Miami River gets a unanimous OK

The push to bore a tunnel underneath the Miami River got a boost when the Transportation Planning Organization (TPO)’s Transportation and Mobility Committee voted unanimously last week to add the…

As study goes on, Venetian Causeway a replacement target

As study goes on, Venetian Causeway a replacement target

The Florida Department of Transportation’s study of the Venetian Causeway that began last October to address known structural and functional deficiencies of the 12 bridges that make up the causeway…

Modernizing Federal Aviation Administration divides Floridians in Congress

Modernizing Federal Aviation Administration divides Floridians in Congress

Just as the House and Senate are currently divided in Washington over how to modernize the Federal Aviation Administration, representatives from Florida can’t seem to agree on the best course…

Professionals learn of plans to grow Miami International Airport

Professionals learn of plans to grow Miami International Airport

At the 48th annual Florida Airports Council Conference in Miami Beach this week, leaders were excited to announce Florida is among the top growing states in aviation in the country,…

Hyatt lease tied to Brickell tunnel staging area

Hyatt lease tied to Brickell tunnel staging area

If the Hyatt hotel and adjacent Knight Convention Center downtown are razed for redevelopment, part of the high-profile riverfront site could become a staging area to dig a Brickell tunnel…

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