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Professionals learn of plans to grow Miami International Airport

At the 48th annual Florida Airports Council Conference in Miami Beach this week, leaders were excited to announce Florida is among the top growing states in aviation in the country, with many plans to grow Miami…

20% of Miami-Dade Transit’s bus drivers absent every day

20% of Miami-Dade Transit’s bus drivers absent every day

Twenty percent of Miami-Dade Transit’s bus drivers are absent every day, all the time, which costs the county money, according to Mayor Carlos Giménez. Miami-Dade’s contract with the Transportation Workers…

Transit solutions coming from cross-county cooperation

Transit solutions coming from cross-county cooperation

Transportation authorities say a new era of cross-county cooperation is driving the push for transit solutions. “First of all, we’re here,” Richard Blattner, chair of the Broward County Metropolitan Planning…

Brickell Bridge traffic controversy just won’t quit

Brickell Bridge traffic controversy just won’t quit

What started as an attempt to make bicyclists and pedestrians safer has mushroomed into a controversy that seems to have no resolution, observers say. Several years ago, the Florida Department…

PortMiami traffic with Asia rises 11%

PortMiami traffic with Asia rises 11%

PortMiami, which was dredged to 50 feet last year in anticipation of a widened Panama Canal, can now welcome up to six Post-Panamax vessels a week, which has translated into…

Public-private partnerships for transit get rail developer’s input

Public-private partnerships for transit get rail developer’s input

Public-private partnerships (P3s) for transit should be flexible and competitive, with both parties feeling they come from a position of strength, Michael Reininger, executive director of Florida East Coast Industries,…

Small changes with big payoffs for transportation jams

Small changes with big payoffs for transportation jams

While the multi-year Strategic Miami Area Rapid Transit plan moves forward, the county’s Transportation and Public Works Department has launched a campaign to create small changes with big payoffs. “Miami-Dade…

Mayor broaches new taxes for Strategic Miami Area Rapid Tran

Mayor broaches new taxes for Strategic Miami Area Rapid Tran

Mayor Carlos Gimenez has asked Miami-Dade commissioners if they might consider raising countywide millage or assessing another half-percent sales tax to help fund the Strategic Miami Area Rapid Transit (SMART)…

Three studies at $11 million each for SMART plan transit corridors OK’d

Three studies at $11 million each for SMART plan transit corridors OK’d

Something new might be in the offing for the Strategic Miami Area Rapid Transit plan, which aims to add transit along six corridors. Alice Bravo, director of the county’s Transportation…

Manufacturer can’t keep up with Miami Beach trolley demands

Manufacturer can’t keep up with Miami Beach trolley demands

The City of Miami Beach is doing well with two new routes on its free trolley service with a goal of providing folks a city-wide option for getting around. Connectivity…

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