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Big-bus contract stalled

The Miami-Dade County Commission has stalled a contract to buy more than 60 buses to add to the county’s fleet. Recently, elected officials and residents have pushed for more mass transit options to alleviate road congestion. While…

Airport on-time flights soaring

Airport on-time flights soaring

Miami International Airport ranks high in on-time flight performance among major US airports, but with one large caveat: federal statistics only track nonstop domestic flights. Miami International offers more international…

River mega-yacht marina unveiled

River mega-yacht marina unveiled

An age-worn marina on the Miami River would be reborn as an aquatic oasis for up to 16 mega-yachts as part of a development planned by property owner Homero Meruelo…

Trolley system set to nearly double fleet

Trolley system set to nearly double fleet

After five years in service, Doral’s Trolley system is getting ready to expand. Later this year, the city expects to nearly double its fleet of blue, gold and white trolleys…

Guess what? Free Miami Beach parking

Guess what? Free Miami Beach parking

To cut down on bottlenecks along Miami Beach’s Alton Road as road work limits auto traffic, the city this week began a free trolley service along Alton Road and West…

Water Taxi Miami expands

Water Taxi Miami expands

This month starts the second year of Water Taxi Miami, a taxi service started by manager Max Vlessing that, he said, continues to expand as it gains more passengers and…

Airport baggage handling issues persist

Airport baggage handling issues persist

As a contract to maintain Miami International Airport’s vast array of baggage handling equipment works through unexpected delays, county commissioners have extended again a contract to handle a piece of…

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.…

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