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Car dealers roll to better days

During the recession, with sales of new cars drastically reduced and manufacturers cutting back on production, auto dealerships had a rough ride. Closings and consolidations were rife. But experts say those that remain are now thriving. “With…

Massive air terminal plan up in air

Massive air terminal plan up in air

Miami-Dade aviation officials are still studying their options for the Central Terminal redesign at Miami International Airport. They’ve been reworking a master plan as part of a four-phase process started…

Bridges to be finished after tennis tourney

Bridges to be finished after tennis tourney

Construction on the Rickenbacker Causeway’s Bear Cut and West bridges is well under way but estimated completion has been pushed back to next June. Repairs on the original bridges that…

5 million Miami cruise passengers in view

5 million Miami cruise passengers in view

Three more cruise ships based here this month and more due this season should push Port Miami close to 5 million passengers, officials say. Some debate which seaport leads in…

Big 836 traffic change coming

Big 836 traffic change coming

State and local authorities are developing major roadway projects all over Miami-Dade County, and the biggest is still under way and producing new traffic shifts: the 836-826 Interchange. The reconstruction…

India, Colombia seek Miami airport’s consulting

India, Colombia seek Miami airport’s consulting

Since its creation in March, the Miami-Dade County Aviation Department’s consulting business has been contacted by five foreign entities that have inquired about its services, the department said. The MIA…

Bridge repairs $68 million, counting interest

Bridge repairs $68 million, counting interest

County issuance of up to $34 million in bonds for Rickenbacker Causeway improvements is going to cost nearly twice that amount. On Oct. 22, commissioners adopted on first reading a…

Rail historian sees streetcars returning

Rail historian sees streetcars returning

The man who wrote the books on the area’s transit history is adding his voice to conversations about its future. Seth H. Bramson, company historian for Florida East Coast Railway…

Bus tracking system rolling in

Bus tracking system rolling in

Miami-Dade’s Citizens’ Independent Transportation Trust approved last week a $17.68 million proposed contract to install trackers on county buses. The deal with Clever Devices Ltd. would use transportation surtax funds…

Port trolleys would roll shoppers downtown

Port trolleys would roll shoppers downtown

Directors of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority are backing a move to extend the Coral Way route of the City of Miami trolley to PortMiami, on the theory that it will…

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