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Aerial tramway could end snarled traffic to ballgames

Commuters frustrated with snarled traffic – or fans headed for a baseball game – might take to the skies if an alternative that was investigated by the Miami-Dade Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) earlier this year proves…

Tri-Rail connection to new MiamiCentral station advances

Tri-Rail connection to new MiamiCentral station advances

Under the gun to wrap up a deal for a Tri-Rail connection to the new MiamiCentral station downtown, county commissioners Tuesday unanimously approved reimbursing All Aboard Florida $13.9 million for…

All Aboard Florida notified of soil arsenic contamination

All Aboard Florida notified of soil arsenic contamination

After finding contaminated soil where MiamiCentral is under development, the county’s Department of Environmental Resources Management has notified All Aboard Florida that it must report remedial action it takes but…

Trip to California finds pro-transit mindset

Trip to California finds pro-transit mindset

When members of the Miami-Dade Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) traveled to Oakland and San Diego, CA, to survey transit tactics, they found many similarities between the California communities and Miami.…

Courts key to Tri-Rail commuter service into downtown Miami

Courts key to Tri-Rail commuter service into downtown Miami

Though the Florida Legislature dealt a setback to efforts of the South Florida Regional Transportation Authority (SFRTA) to bring Tri-Rail commuter service into downtown Miami, a recent Florida Supreme Court…

County again defers rail link to Miami Beach

County again defers rail link to Miami Beach

For the second time, county commissioners Tuesday deferred a vote on an agreement with the Florida Department of Transportation and cities of Miami and Miami Beach to develop a mainland…

MiamiCentral is on track for a 2017 opening

MiamiCentral is on track for a 2017 opening

The ground that once was home to Miami’s train station is today evolving on a daily basis with tons of new steel and concrete. MiamiCentral is on track for a…

Federal transit funds are ripe for the taking

Federal transit funds are ripe for the taking

There are federal transit funds ripe for the taking right now, Aileen Bouclé, executive director of the Miami-Dade Metropolitan Planning Organization, has told two professional organizations in the past two…

Brickell-Downtown tunnel under Miami River eyed

Brickell-Downtown tunnel under Miami River eyed

The oft-discussed idea of boring a tunnel beneath the Miami River to connect downtown with Brickell surfaced again last week at a meeting of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority. “A fully…

80% seeing Miami International Boat Show took transit

80% seeing Miami International Boat Show took transit

Miami city commissioners were impressed last week by details of the mass transit plan put into place for the Miami International Boat Show in February. Held on the same weekend…

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