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Metrorail is too costly for Miami’s future

Elevated Metrorail is extremely costly to build, county officials say, so street-level light rail seems best for Miami-Dade’s future transit. Transit officials are looking more at light rail for six Strategic Miami Area Rapid Transit Plan corridors…

Tap Miami-Dade Expressway Authority funds for rail?

Tap Miami-Dade Expressway Authority funds for rail?

State Sen. Anitere Flores has backed a plan to strip 25% of Miami-Dade Expressway Authority revenues and some funds from auto tag renewals and redirect it all to public transportation.…

Jumbo Miami-Dade Transit buses cut complaints

Jumbo Miami-Dade Transit buses cut complaints

Since starting to use 20 new 60-foot articulated buses, the Miami-Dade Transit Department has gotten significantly fewer complaints about overcrowding and seen increased weekend use, according to a quarterly status…

Land swap can get I-395 bridge rising

Land swap can get I-395 bridge rising

A committee is this week to approve exchanging county-owned land for a few Florida Department of Transportation sites so the state can reconstruct I-395 with its planned signature bridge from…

Miami International welcomes 44-millionth passenger

Miami International welcomes 44-millionth passenger

Miami International Airport officials had reason to celebrate New Year’s Eve as they closed out the year by welcoming the 44-millionth passenger of 2015, shattering the record of 40.9 million…

Questions fly on new I-395 bridge

Questions fly on new I-395 bridge

Design-build contracts for a long-awaited “signature bridge,” part of an upgrade of I-395 from west of I-95 to the MacArthur Causeway, will be advertised next year. But Metropolitan Planning Organization…

How to beat airport’s holiday crush hours

How to beat airport’s holiday crush hours

More than 2.3 million passengers are expected at Miami International Airport over the travel period that began this week and continues to Jan. 6, a 3% increase over last year.…

Tri-Rail’s missing links downtown

Tri-Rail’s missing links downtown

Though for the past few months Tri-Rail’s planned link into downtown Miami has sat on a side track waiting for $17 million from the Florida Department of Transportation to come…

Port bonanza in extended cruise contracts

Port bonanza in extended cruise contracts

County commissioners have unanimously authorized administrators to extend agreements with Geneva-based MSC Cruises and London’s Disney Cruise Line to expand their operations at PortMiami, bringing an expected $9.6 million and…

Will Miami, Broward seaports converge?

Will Miami, Broward seaports converge?

Two former rivals recently joined forces in an alliance to stave off competition from neighboring West Coast ports. The Ports of Seattle and Tacoma created the Northwest Seaport Alliance in…

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