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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 an uptick in the port’s cargo…

With new planes, El Al Airlines is eyeing Miami

With new planes, El Al Airlines is eyeing Miami

Following an investment in a top-of-the-line jet airliner and bump in passenger numbers, Israel’s El Al Airlines is eyeing Miami as a possible new service point. “Discussions with El Al…

New Metrorail cars from Hitachi beginning their tests

New Metrorail cars from Hitachi beginning their tests

Miami-Dade is rolling into the future with two new Metrorail cars now being tested and soon to be put into service. Officials and transit authorities hosted an unveiling Monday at…

Metrorail and Metromover will run late on weekends

Metrorail and Metromover will run late on weekends

A goal Miami’s Downtown Development Authority has been pursuing for more than a year – late-night service on Metrorail and Metromover – will finally be realized by the end of…

Decline in on-time performance at Miami International Airport

Decline in on-time performance at Miami International Airport

Aviation industry reports recorded a decline in on-time performance at Miami International Airport, or MIA, during calendar year 2015. The County Commission’s Trade & Tourism Committee hired consultant Leigh Fisher…

As MIA-Russia flights decline, Aeroflot to add flight

As MIA-Russia flights decline, Aeroflot to add flight

Russia’s Aeroflot is providing passengers from Miami traveling to Russia and back with non-stop service, but the market for such passengers has declined. Aeroflot, which is the flag carrier and…

Aerial tramway could end snarled traffic to ballgames

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…

Miami-Dade’s bus on-time performance turns corner

Miami-Dade’s bus on-time performance turns corner

Miami-Dade’s bus on-time performance wavered a bit at the start of the year and then improved progressively from May to July by 4.9%, a trend the county’s transportation chief says…

Brightline service advances with locomotive test

Brightline service advances with locomotive test

The promise of Brightline bullet-train service from Miami to Orlando advanced last week as the first locomotive successfully completed initial track testing at the Siemens manufacturing facility in Sacramento, CA.…

Agricultural Patrol may use amphibious all-terrain vehicles

Agricultural Patrol may use amphibious all-terrain vehicles

The county police department’s Agricultural Patrol might soon be doing much of its work in patrolling about 440 square miles of land via amphibious all-terrain vehicles. County commissioners this week…

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