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County teaming with IBM to unsnarl traffic

Miami-Dade is in talks with technology behemoth IBM about upgrading its traffic flow, Mayor Carlos Gimenez said. The county and IBM are looking at “creating a truly smart light system, where not only is it synchronized based…

Will Miami’s Metrorail shade a linear park?

Will Miami’s Metrorail shade a linear park?

Imagine a linear green oasis extending miles through the county, from the urban core southwestward to Dadeland. One group has not only imagined it, members are hard at work to…

Miami Beach thinking of rules for tour buses

Miami Beach thinking of rules for tour buses

The City of Miami Beach has been looking into regulating the sightseeing tour buses that run in the municipality. Since the beginning of the year, officials had explored two approaches:…

All Aboard’s depot covets transit hub status

All Aboard’s depot covets transit hub status

All Aboard Florida’s Miami train station might serve as a hub for other transportation modes – from a proposed north-south passenger rail and a proposed Miami Beach-bound light-rail to a…

Public-private transit projects planned

Public-private transit projects planned

Charles Scurr and his staff at the Citizens Independent Transportation Trust say they want to help give Miami-Dade residents the public transportation system they deserve and that the county needs…

Late port tunnel opening triggers big penalty

Late port tunnel opening triggers big penalty

The opening of the PortMiami tunnels is being delayed until sometime in the first half of June as the contractor gets a certificate of occupancy and completes emergency drills, staff…

Homestead truck bypass rolling

Homestead truck bypass rolling

A major transportation project designed to relieve congestion in the Homestead area is slowly rumbling forward and into a planning and study phase, according to the Florida Department of Transportation.…

Gas prices hit reverse

After hitting a spring peak, gasoline prices have been on the decline, and analysts say prices are likely to continue falling into the summer. The average price in Florida for…

Seaport rail to expand again

Seaport rail to expand again

Florida East Coast Railway continues to expand its reactivated freight rail into PortMiami. So far, the company, also known as FEC, has connected two of three 1,500-foot tracks inside the…

We might get 6 commuter rail stations

Eastern Miami-Dade might become home to six train stations if work on a commuter rail chugs forward and Tri-Rail Coastal Link begins service in 2020 as planned.   One of…

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