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Tri-Rail won’t roll into downtown Miami this year

As Miami Central Station continues to rise downtown, Jack Stephens, executive director of the South Florida Regional Transportation Authority, points to Tri-Rail making its grand debut at the station sometime next year.The South Florida Regional Transportation…

Rickenbacker traffic study revealing

Rickenbacker traffic study revealing

Residents of Key Biscayne and those who work or study there or on Virginia Key make up 45% of users of the Rickenbacker Causeway and infrequent users constitute 55%, a…

Massive cranes on high seas

Massive cranes on high seas

This autumn is expected to be a season of milestones at Port Miami. Miami-Dade County’s seaport will be celebrating the arrival of new “super post-Panamax” cargo cranes, scheduled for next…

International use up 18% at Fort Lauderdale airport

International use up 18% at Fort Lauderdale airport

International traffic has grown 18% at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport between 2008 and 2012, the latest data show, thanks to Broward County’s diverse population and the airport’s success at attracting…

Miami Beach-Miami rail line plans revived

Miami Beach-Miami rail line plans revived

Greater Miami transportation officials are reviving plans for a “rapid transit connection” between Miami and Miami Beach. The Miami-Dade Metropolitan Planning Organization, or MPO, is studying options for a beach-to-mainland…

Costs hidden for in commuter rail line

A commuter train running through an 85-mile stretch of Florida’s East Coast between downtown Miami and Jupiter would be great. It would be even better if Miami-Dade could offer this…

Jetairfly adds Miami-Brussels link

Miami-Dade is set to gain a new connection to Europe next year. Low-cost Belgian carrier Jetairfly will in April 2014 launch nonstop service between Miami International Airport and Brussels, Belgium…

Airport halts federal inspection area

Severe US Customs and Border Protection staffing shortages led aviation officials to stop construction of a federal inspection station at Miami International Airport. The inspection area was meant to offer…

Bridge being repaired and then replaced

Bridge being repaired and then replaced

A study of pilings below the seabed supporting the Bear Cut Bridge leading to Key Biscayne shows a life expectancy far shorter than previously projected, meaning that as Miami-Dade County…

Quiet impact of Spanish firm Dragados

Spain-based Dragados is a “super conservative” construction company that doesn’t like to talk a lot about itself, said Chris O’Neil, but the firm is making an impact in Florida from…

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