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County tests new technology for traffic signals synchronization

Drivers frustrated by growing congestion and at least one Miami-Dade commissioner question whether traffic signals are synchronized properly – or at all – but officials say they’re testing new technologies to modernize the system for well…

MIA announces new and improved mobile app

MIA announces new and improved mobile app

Miami International Airport has a new mobile application in the works, which will be a new and improved version of its existing app – MIA Airport Official – that launched…

Miami nearing new ‘All Aboard’ call

Miami nearing new ‘All Aboard’ call

With the sound of a Metrorail train click-clacking nearby, All Aboard Florida’s president promised his company is destined to change the face of passenger rail service. “We are reinventing what…

21% of traffic-blocking bridge openings broke rules

21% of traffic-blocking bridge openings broke rules

Progress has been made toward regulating bridge openings downtown during rush hours but work remains to be done, directors of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority learned Friday. “We have some results,…

$600 million I-395 bridge to go to bidding

$600 million I-395 bridge to go to bidding

A state project designed to bring major improvements to I-395, including a new “signature” bridge, will be advertised for bids yet this year. That’s the latest word from the Florida…

136 Metrorail cars to be made in Miami-Dade

136 Metrorail cars to be made in Miami-Dade

One hundred and thirty-six new Metrorail cars are expected to start rolling in by the end of next year. Alice Bravo, director of Miami-Dade Transit, said the multi-million-dollar initiative to…

Busier port unloads its widest ship

Busier port unloads its widest ship

The widest vessel ever worked at PortMiami floated through its deepened channel last week. Carrying 9,400 containers, Panama-registered MSC Giselle sailed through the 50- to 52-foot channel, which now can…

City easement lets railroad go airborne

City easement lets railroad go airborne

In order to build its MiamiCentral train station downtown with elevated tracks, All Aboard Florida needed an aerial easement over Miami streets. City commissioners last week granted the easement to…

Metromover station to return soon

Metromover station to return soon

Good news, Brickell drivers, pedestrians and Metro-mover riders: the cranes are gone from the Brickell City Centre construction site and key components will be up and running soon. “We are…

Taiwan airlines in talks for direct Miami flights

Taiwan airlines in talks for direct Miami flights

Miami International Airport is deep in high-level talks with two Taiwan-based airlines interested in developing a nonstop flight, said Emilio González, Miami-Dade aviation director. The first direct flight linking Miami…

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