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Metrorail is too costly for Miami’s future

Elevated Metrorail is extremely costly to build, county officials say, so street-level light rail seems best for Miami-Dade’s future transit. Transit officials are looking more at light rail for six Strategic Miami Area Rapid Transit Plan corridors…

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…

Free Metromover may face extinction

Free Metromover may face extinction

Something unusual happened Tuesday when Miami-Dade Commissioners Bruno Barreiro, Javier Souto and Xavier Suarez voted against an ordinance on first reading that would ask voters to eliminate fare-free service on…

Massive pour keeps MiamiCentral on track for All Aboard Florida

Massive pour keeps MiamiCentral on track for All Aboard Florida

An impressive parade of cement trucks wound its way into the heart of downtown Miami over the weekend to set the final foundation of the city’s new train station: MiamiCentral.…

Plant to assemble new fleet of Metrorail cars

Plant to assemble new fleet of Metrorail cars

With the completion of a new custom-designed facility in Medley, assembly of a new fleet of Metrorail cars will get under way in mid-March, with the first car rolling out…

Miami International Airport baggage handling improves

Miami International Airport baggage handling improves

Although airlines do not share how long it takes a suitcase to leave the plane and reach the baggage claim areas at Miami International Airport, county officials say there’s been…

I-395 bridge fund diversion for rail roadblocked

I-395 bridge fund diversion for rail roadblocked

After being denied support that he had deemed key, Miami Commissioner Francis Suarez implied last week that he might abandon a plan to divert funding from the I-395 bridge replacement…

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