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Hurricane Irma didn’t roadblock Biscayne Boulevard paving

The Florida Department of Transportation, which began a year-long repaving and resurfacing of Southeast Second Avenue from Southeast Second to Fourth streets and Biscayne Boulevard Way and the start of Biscayne Boulevard from Southeast Third Avenue…

Miami-Dade County to start water transportation with express routes

Miami-Dade County to start water transportation with express routes

Plans to introduce waterborne services to Miami-Dade County’s menu of public transportation services are starting to come together, says Irene Hegedus, chief of transportation enhancement. The Department of Transportation &…

Interactive touch screen kiosks with free WiFi on transit agenda

Interactive touch screen kiosks with free WiFi on transit agenda

From 150 to 300 interactive touch screen kiosks with free WiFi, informational alerts and video surveillance cameras could soon be operating at Miami-Dade County facilities including Miami International Airport and…

Homestead is rolling full-speed ahead to develop a transit center

Homestead is rolling full-speed ahead to develop a transit center

Homestead is rolling full-speed ahead to develop a transit center that is central to the city’s ongoing multi-million dollar grand scale revitalization of its downtown. The transit center is to…

State nears new I-395 signature bridge downtown

State nears new I-395 signature bridge downtown

The state transportation department is closer than ever to final plans to improve I-395 and build a new signature bridge spanning Biscayne Boulevard in downtown Miami. If the current timetable…

County seeks inland site for seaport cargo operations

County seeks inland site for seaport cargo operations

Legislation in Miami-Dade’s Trade and Tourism Committee today (12/15) would target an inland site for seaport cargo operations to free space on the port’s 250 acres and direct officials to…

Esteban Bovo Jr., new county commission chair, aims to fast-track transit

Esteban Bovo Jr., new county commission chair, aims to fast-track transit

Esteban Bovo Jr., county commission vice chair and chair of the Transit and Mobility Services Committee, was chosen commission chair Tuesday by an 8-5 vote. Time limits that commissioners recently…

Tax plan aims to get Tri-Rail’s Coastal Link rolling

Tax plan aims to get Tri-Rail’s Coastal Link rolling

A government-business consortium agreed Tuesday that to get Tri-Rail’s Coastal Link rolling a special assessment or tax increment district should cover the area that would benefit most. The only split…

‘Public Transit Day’ to boost public transit system

‘Public Transit Day’ to boost public transit system

Entrepreneurs Rebecca Fishman Lipsey of Radical Partners and Marta Viciedo of Urban Impact Lab are teaming up to engage locals in solutions for strengthening our public transit system. Building upon…

Northwest 25th Street viaduct a congestion buster

Northwest 25th Street viaduct a congestion buster

The Northwest 25th Street viaduct, completed in August, is getting good reviews from users. The viaduct, built to alleviate traffic congestion in one of the county’s busiest industrial areas, separates…

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