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Downtown bridge openings broke rules

The battle of the bridge has been joined, directors of Miami’s Downtown Development authority learned Friday. In September, authority chair and Miami Commissioner Marc Sarnoff alleged that tenders of bridges, including the Brickell Avenue Bridge, are breaching…

Miami-Orlando by train for under $100

Passengers boarding Florida East Coast Industries’ intercity passenger rail service are likely to pay less than $100 for a trip from Miami to Orlando. The rail line is still determining…

Quiet impact of Spanish firm Dragados

Spain-based Dragados is a “super conservative” construction company that doesn’t like to talk a lot about itself, said Chris O’Neil, but the firm is making an impact in Florida from…

Mayor to dispatch new taxi standards

Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez is piloting a drive to set higher standards for taxis serving the airport, seaport and Miami Intermodal Center. County attorneys are drafting legislation that’s likely to…

Ontime Flights Hit An Air Pocket

After improving yearly, Miami International Airport's on-time flight performance has slipped a bit.…

Work Grounds Alton Road Flyover

Alton Road will have narrower travel lanes, wider sidewalks and a median — all of which will slow traffic and create a more pedestrian-friendly environment, once the Florida Department…

New Plan For Miamibeach Rail Link

Miami-Dade's Metropolitan Planning Organization is studying again a rail corridor to connect Miami to Miami Beach, but this time the focus won't just be on light rail as it…

Your Roadmap to Highway Changes

In a county in which 97% of people use a vehicle and 300,000 cars are on state roads 826 or 836 at any given point during the day, no wonder…

Finding new uses for old toll plazas

As tolling is about to become all electronic in July on State Road 836, authorities are starting the debate on what to do with the old toll plazas that have…

New car sales gain almost 8%

New auto sales in the Miami area rose in the first quarter, signaling an improvement in the economy, according to market analysts. A total of 31,735 new cars and trucks…

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