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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…

Bridge repairs $68 million, counting interest

Bridge repairs $68 million, counting interest

County issuance of up to $34 million in bonds for Rickenbacker Causeway improvements is going to cost nearly twice that amount. On Oct. 22, commissioners adopted on first reading a…

Rail historian sees streetcars returning

Rail historian sees streetcars returning

The man who wrote the books on the area’s transit history is adding his voice to conversations about its future. Seth H. Bramson, company historian for Florida East Coast Railway…

Bus tracking system rolling in

Bus tracking system rolling in

Miami-Dade’s Citizens’ Independent Transportation Trust approved last week a $17.68 million proposed contract to install trackers on county buses. The deal with Clever Devices Ltd. would use transportation surtax funds…

Port trolleys would roll shoppers downtown

Port trolleys would roll shoppers downtown

Directors of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority are backing a move to extend the Coral Way route of the City of Miami trolley to PortMiami, on the theory that it will…

Light rail is recipe for Miami-Beach link

Light rail makes sense as the transportation method for the beach corridor connection to join downtown Miami and Miami Beach, suggests Miami-Dade Transit Director Ysela Llort. “We need to determine…

Miami faces air cargo crunch, association says

Miami faces air cargo crunch, association says

In the year’s first eight months, Miami International Airport’s total domestic cargo declined 4.1% and international cargo increased 0.61%, as did total cargo by 0.008% compared to the same period…

Giant bus station in new rail hub?

Miami-Dade Transit officials are in preliminary talks with All Aboard Florida and the Metropolitan Planning Organization to create a multi-million-dollar centralized depot to consolidate the operations of about 20 bus…

Rickenbacker traffic study revealing

Rickenbacker traffic study revealing

Residents of Key Biscayne and those who work or study there or on Virginia Key make up 45% of users of the Rickenbacker Causeway and infrequent users constitute 55%, a…

Massive cranes on high seas

Massive cranes on high seas

This autumn is expected to be a season of milestones at Port Miami. Miami-Dade County’s seaport will be celebrating the arrival of new “super post-Panamax” cargo cranes, scheduled for next…

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