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Tax plan aims to get Tri-Rail’s Coastal Link rolling

A government-business consortium agreed Tuesday that to get Tri-Rail’s Coastal Link rolling a special assessment or tax increment district should cover the area that would benefit most. The only split was over how fast it can…

Busier port unloads its widest ship

Busier port unloads its widest ship

The widest vessel ever worked at PortMiami floated through its deepened channel last week. Carrying 9,400 containers, Panama-registered MSC Giselle sailed through the 50- to 52-foot channel, which now can…

City easement lets railroad go airborne

City easement lets railroad go airborne

In order to build its MiamiCentral train station downtown with elevated tracks, All Aboard Florida needed an aerial easement over Miami streets. City commissioners last week granted the easement to…

Metromover station to return soon

Metromover station to return soon

Good news, Brickell drivers, pedestrians and Metro-mover riders: the cranes are gone from the Brickell City Centre construction site and key components will be up and running soon. “We are…

Taiwan airlines in talks for direct Miami flights

Taiwan airlines in talks for direct Miami flights

Miami International Airport is deep in high-level talks with two Taiwan-based airlines interested in developing a nonstop flight, said Emilio González, Miami-Dade aviation director. The first direct flight linking Miami…

Miami poised to create transportation trust

Miami poised to create transportation trust

It’s been talked about for months, and today (9/10) Miami city commissioners are to consider the first of two votes to create a transportation trust fund. Sponsored by Commissioner Francis…

All-Aboard Florida gets final downtown land

All-Aboard Florida gets final downtown land

All Aboard Florida has closed on the final land it needs to redevelop six blocks of downtown, as nearly 100 workers continue to forge the foundation of a new train…

Cruise visitor center may open at airport

Cruise visitor center may open at airport

The county may create a cruise visitor center at Miami International Airport, which officials say could add tourism by efficiently processing cruise passengers and luggage directly to PortMiami. The county’s…

Aged bridge to be replaced, moved elsewhere

Aged bridge to be replaced, moved elsewhere

A deteriorating bridge that’s eligible to enter the National Register of Historic Places would be added to Miami-Dade County’s Economic Stimulus Program under a resolution due to come before county…

Upgrades seek to stem 8% bus use drop

Upgrades seek to stem 8% bus use drop

County bus ridership is falling rapidly, a trend Miami-Dade Transit officials say they plan to reverse by making the system clean, safe and reliable. In May, weekday and weekend Metrobus…

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