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EL AL Israel Airlines filling seats fast for Miami launch

As EL AL Israel Airlines prepares to celebrate what is perhaps the most anticipated passenger airline launch of 2017 at Miami International Airport, airline officials are excitedly witnessing seats beginning to fill fast with passengers from…

Brightline rail will start with deeply discounted fares

Brightline rail will start with deeply discounted fares

The new Brightline rail service linking Miami to West Palm Beach with a stop in Fort Lauderdale will start with deeply discounted fares when it takes its first runs in…

Miami International Airport adds airlines to Brazil, others

Miami International Airport adds airlines to Brazil, others

Passengers looking to fly out of Miami International Airport to Brazil this summer will have an easier time doing so beginning the end of this month. Though Miami International Airport…

Miami International Airport rules out free luggage carts

Miami International Airport rules out free luggage carts

Miami International Airport officials who were looking into offering free luggage carts or reducing charges for them have decided it wouldn’t be good for customer satisfaction. The Miami-Dade Aviation Department…

Air rights play role in bringing passenger rail service to Miami

Air rights play role in bringing passenger rail service to Miami

Land swaps, road realignment, right-of-way access and even air rights have come to play a role in bringing passenger rail service – and more – back to downtown Miami. Another…

Strategic Miami Area Rapid Transit stops picked out

Strategic Miami Area Rapid Transit stops picked out

While many details about the six corridors of the Strategic Miami Area Rapid Transit plan remain to be worked out, the county’s Transportation & Public Works Department has identified tentative…

20% of Miami-Dade Transit’s bus drivers absent every day

20% of Miami-Dade Transit’s bus drivers absent every day

Twenty percent of Miami-Dade Transit’s bus drivers are absent every day, all the time, which costs the county money, according to Mayor Carlos Giménez. Miami-Dade’s contract with the Transportation Workers…

Transit solutions coming from cross-county cooperation

Transit solutions coming from cross-county cooperation

Transportation authorities say a new era of cross-county cooperation is driving the push for transit solutions. “First of all, we’re here,” Richard Blattner, chair of the Broward County Metropolitan Planning…

Brickell Bridge traffic controversy just won’t quit

Brickell Bridge traffic controversy just won’t quit

What started as an attempt to make bicyclists and pedestrians safer has mushroomed into a controversy that seems to have no resolution, observers say. Several years ago, the Florida Department…

PortMiami traffic with Asia rises 11%

PortMiami traffic with Asia rises 11%

PortMiami, which was dredged to 50 feet last year in anticipation of a widened Panama Canal, can now welcome up to six Post-Panamax vessels a week, which has translated into…

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