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Hurricane Irma didn’t roadblock Biscayne Boulevard paving

The Florida Department of Transportation, which began a year-long repaving and resurfacing of Southeast Second Avenue from Southeast Second to Fourth streets and Biscayne Boulevard Way and the start of Biscayne Boulevard from Southeast Third Avenue…

Metrorail is too costly for Miami’s future

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…

Test track two years late for 132 Metrorail cars

Test track two years late for 132 Metrorail cars

Miami-Dade still awaits a two-year-late testing track and expanded yard for 132 replacement Metrorail cars, the impact of which transit officials and the contractor have been analyzing. Munilla Construction Management…

Multi-axle vehicles take a heavy toll on Miami-Dade roads

Multi-axle vehicles take a heavy toll on Miami-Dade roads

Multi-axle vehicles and trailers affect traffic and take a heavy toll on pavement surfaces in Miami-Dade County, a recent report states, which the county’s Department of Transportation and Public Works…

Plans for Tri-Rail’s downtown link on track

Plans for Tri-Rail’s downtown link on track

With most of the partner agreements in place, final details are being smoothed out for Tri-Rail commuter service to steam into downtown Miami before the end of next year. “We…

Miami-Dade MPO gives Beach Corridor project Priority 1 status

Miami-Dade MPO gives Beach Corridor project Priority 1 status

The Beach Corridor project, which aims to connect Miami to Miami Beach with public transit, is quickly moving forward, despite the latter city’s controversial decision to explore a locally funded…

New trolley routes draw big numbers in Miami

New trolley routes draw big numbers in Miami

When Miami city commissioners return from the August break Sept. 8, they will again take up the idea of expanding the city’s popular trolley service city-wide. And they are bound…

Coral Gables Trolley and Miami Trolley connecting

Coral Gables Trolley and Miami Trolley connecting

Starting Monday, Coral Gables Trolley and Miami Trolley riders will enjoy seamless connectivity between downtown Coral Gables and downtown Coconut Grove, thanks to some strategic route realignment. The joint effort…

Miami-Dade gets funds for first electric buses

Miami-Dade gets funds for first electric buses

The Miami-Dade Department of Transportation and Public Works has received a $2,357,143 Federal Transit Administration grant to buy its first electric buses, beginning the replacement process of its aging traditional…

Miami-Dade County considers flood of water transit solutions

Miami-Dade County considers flood of water transit solutions

Miami-Dade County is considering a fleet of water transit solutions to lessen the traffic gridlock that is daily Miami. Miami city commissioners last week got a county preview of its…

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