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More funds flow for Tri-Rail downtown link

A link to bring Tri-Rail passenger service to downtown Miami is a “no-brainer,” supporters said as the proposal garnered another promise of cash last week. Miami city commissioners met as the board of the Omni Redevelopment District…

Port tunnel cuts trucks 80%

Port tunnel cuts trucks 80%

Open not quite a year, PortMiami Tunnel has met expectations and has exceeded some of them, said Chris Hodgkins, CEO of MAT Concessionaire LLC, its operator. The goal was to…

Design wins support for new bridge

Design wins support for new bridge

It never hurts to ask for more. That may be the lesson to come out of talks between Miami River advocates and design engineers hired by the Florida Department of…

No consensus on next big transit move

No consensus on next big transit move

Everyone acknowledges that something must be done to address South Florida’s growing transportation gridlock, but there is very little consensus on next moves. “There’s no appetite to go to the…

Transportation trust rolling out

Transportation trust rolling out

Miami Commissioner Francis Suarez has put some detail on his plan to create a revenue-generating transportation trust to help meet the city’s long-term transit needs. Mr. Suarez explained the basic…

86-year-old bridge to be replaced

86-year-old bridge to be replaced

An 86-year-old drawbridge over the Miami River is due for a redo. The Southwest First Street Bridge carries eastbound traffic into the heart of downtown. The bascule bridge rises and…

Bridge lanes, openings frustrate drivers

Bridge lanes, openings frustrate drivers

Directors of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority last September expressed frustration that, in defiance of an agreement hammered out years ago, bridges that serve downtown are being opened during times when…

Traffic dilemma as big events collide

Traffic dilemma as big events collide

The second weekend in February 2016 will be a very busy time for the City of Miami and environs. The Miami International Boat Show is to be staged at Miami…

Grow America Act could fuel highways

Grow America Act could fuel highways

By all accounts, the economic success of South Florida depends in large part on the efficiency of its transportation infrastructure and needs adequate funding for maintenance as well as new…

More free Miami trolleys?

More free Miami trolleys?

Miami leaders are preparing to expand their free trolley system, which averages 12,000 riders daily. Commissioner Frank Carollo said the rubber-tired trolleys have met great success since they started rolling…

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