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County scours nation for best bicycle and scooter sharing rules

Miami-Dade is taking cues from other major US metropolitan areas to devise regulation strategies for bicycle- and scooter-sharing companies that have strewn thousands of dockless vehicles throughout the county.“[The Miami-Dade Department of Transportation and Public Works]…

28 of 136 rail cars, 42 new buses roll slowly into county’s overaged fleets

28 of 136 rail cars, 42 new buses roll slowly into county’s overaged fleets

As Miami-Dade County adds to its transit system with a new and improved fleet of vehicles, there have been growing pains, according to a July 12 transportation department status report…

Pressure builds for rail service as only choice for the South Dade Transitway

Pressure builds for rail service as only choice for the South Dade Transitway

Miami-Dade commissioners haven’t yet decided what upgrades the county will make to the South Dade Transitway, but according to Commissioner Dennis Moss, anything but rail would be a disservice to…

Coral Gables bars bike and scooter leasing, takes a spin with Spin

Coral Gables bars bike and scooter leasing, takes a spin with Spin

An emergency ordinance to ban shared scooters and bikes passed unanimously on Tuesday at the Coral Gables commission meeting. This ordinance does not stop the city from entering into an…

Miami-Dade Transportation Planning Organization study aims to tie bike, walking trails into mass transit plan

Miami-Dade Transportation Planning Organization study aims to tie bike, walking trails into mass transit plan

The Miami-Dade Transportation Planning Organization has ordered a budget to study a project to connect non-motorized bicycle and pedestrian paths with the Strategic Miami Area Rapid Transit (SMART) Plan. “We’re…

PortMiami gets ‘A’ bond rating, with some financial caveats

PortMiami gets ‘A’ bond rating, with some financial caveats

Fitch Ratings has affirmed the ‘A’ rating for Miami-Dade County’s $573.4 million in outstanding seaport revenue bonds, a positive review that nonetheless presented investors with several caveats about PortMiami’s financial…

One pact on plan to narrow Biscayne Boulevard, but studies still due

One pact on plan to narrow Biscayne Boulevard, but studies still due

The city’s Off-Street Parking Board has approved a new more detailed agreement between the Miami Parking Authority and the Downtown Development Authority for the Biscayne Green Project. But the plan…

Jungle Island to jump-start transit link to Miami Beach

Jungle Island to jump-start transit link to Miami Beach

As part of a proposed lease extension for city-owned land on Watson Island, Jungle Island has committed to fund purchase of a City of Miami trolley – which could become…

Handling of Brickell Avenue Bridge openings causes rift

Handling of Brickell Avenue Bridge openings causes rift

Miami River Commission members are fuming about being left out of action that impacts Brickell Avenue Bridge openings. Frustration bubbled up at Monday’s meeting when Chairman Horacio Stuart Aguirre spoke…

Miami may run trolley route to Miami International Airport hub

Miami may run trolley route to Miami International Airport hub

City and county leaders are touting two transportation improvements to ease traffic gridlock. If the demonstration projects win final approval and funds, the city would run a trolley route to…

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