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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…

Transit trust puts first and last mile first

Transit trust puts first and last mile first

Among priorities for next year, the Citizens’ Independent Transportation Trust has targeted solutions for the “first and last mile,” the distance commuters travel from their homes to public transit and…

County tests new technology for traffic signals synchronization

County tests new technology for traffic signals synchronization

Drivers frustrated by growing congestion and at least one Miami-Dade commissioner question whether traffic signals are synchronized properly – or at all – but officials say they’re testing new technologies…

Leaders strive to fix Miami’s Transportation problems

Leaders strive to fix Miami’s Transportation problems

Though Miami’s transportation problems are well known, there’s also no shortage of leaders trying to break the gridlock. Mitch Bierman, a member of the Weiss Serota Helfman Cole & Bierman…

Beach’s Washington Avenue to turn parking into parks

Beach’s Washington Avenue to turn parking into parks

Miami Beach hopes to enhance the landscape of Washington Avenue with a one-year pilot parklet program that invites merchants along the corridor to apply for a parking space to use…

CSX Corp. won’t fill Miami’s passenger rail gap

CSX Corp. won’t fill Miami’s passenger rail gap

The county has hit a wall in talks with rail company CSX Corp. about buying its freight tracks for an 11-mile east-west commuter line, says Commissioner Esteban Bovo Jr., so…

Authority joins push to bring Tri-Rail into downtown

Authority joins push to bring Tri-Rail into downtown

Directors of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority voted unanimously Friday to join the push to bring Tri-Rail into downtown by amending an agreement the authority signed when pledging $1.3 million in…

Tri-Rail connection to new MiamiCentral station advances

Tri-Rail connection to new MiamiCentral station advances

Under the gun to wrap up a deal for a Tri-Rail connection to the new MiamiCentral station downtown, county commissioners Tuesday unanimously approved reimbursing All Aboard Florida $13.9 million for…

All Aboard Florida notified of soil arsenic contamination

All Aboard Florida notified of soil arsenic contamination

After finding contaminated soil where MiamiCentral is under development, the county’s Department of Environmental Resources Management has notified All Aboard Florida that it must report remedial action it takes but…

Trip to California finds pro-transit mindset

Trip to California finds pro-transit mindset

When members of the Miami-Dade Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) traveled to Oakland and San Diego, CA, to survey transit tactics, they found many similarities between the California communities and Miami.…

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