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All Aboard Florida unveils station details

All Aboard Florida has submitted plans detailing the look and configuration of its downtown Miami station. The station is to rise on nearly 7 acres spanning from Northwest Third to Eighth streets between Northwest First Avenue to…

Bike-sharing stations to wheel into Miami

Bike-sharing stations to wheel into Miami

While DecoBike’s blue-and-green bike share stations are now familiar fixtures in Miami Beach, downtown Miami can expect the see stations popping up on its streets in 2014. The privately-funded bicycle…

Unprecedented access to buoy PortMiami

Unprecedented access to buoy PortMiami

Port Miami will be the only major US seaport to have a non-stop road link to an interstate highway when the $1 billion-plus twin tunnel project is completed in May,…

Ads to fill trolley funding gap

Ads to fill trolley funding gap

Miami’s popular trolley system is costing more money to operate than expected, and to help offset those operational costs city officials are willing to allow some advertising on the vehicles.…

Norwegian to add Miami liner in port deal

Norwegian to add Miami liner in port deal

Norwegian Cruise Line will base a new 4,200-plus capacity liner in Miami year-round in return for $3 million cash in advance from PortMiami. The new ship is to be announced…

LAN airline plans Miami maintenance hub

Chile-based LAN Cargo airline is poised to build a maintenance hangar at Miami International Airport that’s geared to create 327 jobs here. The base to maintain the airline’s cargo and…

State seeks input on Brickell Avenue swap

State seeks input on Brickell Avenue swap

The Florida Department of Transportation is offering citizens an opportunity to request a public hearing regarding Brickell Avenue’s transfer to the City of Miami. “Typically for transfers we don’t have…

150 more red light camera sites coming

150 more red light camera sites coming

Miami-Dade is moving forward with its plan to install red-light cameras in at least 150 intersections. The county’s attorneys are reviewing a draft of what will be a formal solicitation…

Will old taxis stay on road longer?

Will old taxis stay on road longer?

Although complaints against the taxi industry have been mounting among those dependent upon tourism, Miami-Dade County officials are being asked next week to keep old taxis on the road longer…

Airline demand trumps glitzy airport mall

Airline demand trumps glitzy airport mall

Demand for gates at Miami International Airport is so high that the county is likely to abandon plans to convert its aged Central Terminal into a cutting-edge shopping mall and…

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