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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 they should remain locked down to…

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…

Track cleared for All Aboard Florida

Track cleared for All Aboard Florida

All Aboard Florida is moving ahead with the northwestern portion of its MiamiCentral plan, which will bring a new grocer to the urban core. The project, 3 MiamiCentral, is planned…

Out-of-sync US 1 signals vex city hall

Out-of-sync US 1 signals vex city hall

Imagine paying a $6 toll for the privilege of driving into Downtown Miami. City officials, frustrated by growing gridlock, are discussing using tolls to encourage more Metrorail use, hoping to…

Miami to vet cost of Tri-Rail link downtown

City officials plan to re-evaluate the price tag to expand Tri-Rail to downtown Miami, Mayor Tomás Regalado said. The $69 million cost was estimated in talks among the South Florida…

Big-bus contract stalled

Big-bus contract stalled

The Miami-Dade County Commission has stalled a contract to buy more than 60 buses to add to the county’s fleet. Recently, elected officials and residents have pushed for more mass…

State OKs cutting Biscayne Boulevard lanes

State OKs cutting Biscayne Boulevard lanes

A plan to re-do Biscayne Boulevard being advanced by Miami’s Downtown Development Authority (DDA) has the tacit approval of the Florida Department of Transportation, though the former, not the latter,…

Funding to bring Tri-Rail downtown advances

Funding to bring Tri-Rail downtown advances

The South Florida Regional Transportation Authority wants Miami-Dade County to fund about $8.3 million of the cost to bring Tri-Rail to downtown Miami. Tri-Rail is a commuter train that links…

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