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All Aboard Florida engineers design OK

A multi-block proposed train station for downtown Miami is en route to county commission consideration.That’s one of many stops All Aboard Florida must make to win OK for its Miami terminal, which is to include offices,…

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…

Feds push non-compete pact for new rail line

As intercity passenger rail connecting Miami to Orlando rolls toward fruition, the US Department of Transportation has encouraged the company behind the project to sign a non-compete agreement with a…

Westward Ho! Mayor sees rail expansion

Not only is Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez pushing for Miami-Miami Beach passenger rail, but his office also is considering a rail line into the western part of the county. The…

Funding could sidetrack new rail line

One of many road bumps a proposed South Florida commuter rail faces is finding a regional funding source to cover 25% of the capital cost and the entire annual operating…

Beach rail link partnership?

Downtown Miami and South Beach could get a passenger rail link that’s been discussed for more than a decade in as few as five years if elected officials stand together…

DecoBike coasts toward Miami

DecoBike coasts toward Miami

Miami has the advantage of a successful car sharing program, to get people to and fro quickly, efficiently and without the added burdens of car ownership. A similar program for…

Transit tax path still debated

Transit tax path still debated

Miami-Dade County officials are still coming to grips with the shortfalls of the People’s Transportation Plan more than 11 years after voters approved the initiative. At a meeting last week…

Legislators, county collide over expressway tolls

Legislators, county collide over expressway tolls

Two of Miami’s state legislators have filed bills for the upcoming session in Tallahassee to stop the Miami-Dade Expressway Authority from raising tolls – and a majority of county commissioners…

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