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Narrowing of Biscayne Boulevard in parking department hands

The city’s Off-Street Parking Board has approved an agreement between the Miami Parking Authority and the Downtown Development Authority to proceed with the Biscayne Green Project – the plan to transform Biscayne Boulevard into something other…

Manufacturer can’t keep up with Miami Beach trolley demands

Manufacturer can’t keep up with Miami Beach trolley demands

The City of Miami Beach is doing well with two new routes on its free trolley service with a goal of providing folks a city-wide option for getting around. Connectivity…

Local highways to get first diverging diamond interchanges

Local highways to get first diverging diamond interchanges

Work is steadily moving forward to make driving on area highways less time-consuming and safer. “Two major things right now are the diverging diamond interchanges and the work on the…

Strategic Miami Area Rapid Transit plan firmed up

Strategic Miami Area Rapid Transit plan firmed up

Miami-Dade officials have just mapped out their overarching Strategic Miami Area Rapid Transit (SMART) plan, eliminating some key unknowns, but are still analyzing where to find money to fund its…

Boat tours to Biscayne National Park part of city deal

Boat tours to Biscayne National Park part of city deal

Miami city commissioners have approved deals that involve boat tours to nearby Biscayne National Park, and agreements for boat tours based at Bayside Marketplace’s Miamarina. The National Park Service operates…

Miami International Boat Show spawns waterborne transit push

Miami International Boat Show spawns waterborne transit push

Success of the 2016 Miami International Boat Show in carrying more than 50,000 attendees by water taxis, coupled with continued City of Miami pressure, helped motivate county officials to begin…

Funds fuel passenger rail link for Tri-Rail into downtown Miami

Funds fuel passenger rail link for Tri-Rail into downtown Miami

City leaders have followed through on part a financial commitment to help establish a passenger rail link for Tri-Rail into downtown Miami. Plans call for Tri-Rail to have a place…

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…

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