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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…

Miami International shines in on-time flights

Miami International shines in on-time flights

Miami International Airport ranked ninth of 20 large airports in the world for on-time performance of arriving and departing flights in 2014, according to a report released by OAG, formerly…

New Metromover fare rolls ahead

New Metromover fare rolls ahead

A Miami-Dade commission committee has approved a plan to charge Metromover passengers to ride the elevated transportation system. The 4.4-mile system that serves downtown Miami and Brickell is currently free.…

Downtown passenger rail has just one shot

Downtown passenger rail has just one shot

Plans to expand a passenger train’s service area to downtown Miami depend on obtaining $69 million in public funding within two months. The South Florida Regional Transportation Authority (SFRTA), the…

Mayor a media star as Cuba expert

In his own quiet way, Coral Gables’ own Mayor Jim Cason is a media celebrity now that he’s receiving calls at a fast and furious pace to hear his views…

Miami floats plan; waterways to sink gridlock

Miami floats plan; waterways to sink gridlock

Miami city commissioners, fed up with ever-growing traffic congestion, are ready to consider the area’s vast waterways for new modes of transportation. Commissioners voted to urge the Miami-Dade Metropolitan Planning…

836 express buses start in 2019

836 express buses start in 2019

Plans to provide express bus service on the Dolphin Expressway are moving forward as buses are to start running on the route in 2019. The $38 million project includes two…

Rail derailed for bus rapid transit for it

Rail derailed for bus rapid transit for it

A county hall drive to ease traffic congestion has turned toward running buses on thoroughfares originally slated for rail service. Miami-Dade County is taking a hard look at running buses…

Taxis must upgrade, public likely to pay for it

Taxis must upgrade, public likely to pay for it

By March 1, taxis serving Miami International Airport and PortMiami are required to have a credit card-processing system and a light that denotes a vacant cab. And those upgrades are…

East-west passenger rail for Miami?

In an effort to alleviate traffic in the county, a Miami-Dade transportation planning organization is looking into whether existing freight tracks could be used for a future passenger train. The…

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