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New Metrorail cars, CNG buses replacing older fleets

New Metrorail cars, CNG buses replacing older fleets

Efforts to replace Miami-Dade’s aged transit fleet are speeding up, as new Metrorail cars in use have doubled in just two months and over half the Metrobuses ordered are now running, said Transportation Director Alice…

‘Great and exciting improvements’ due at Miami Circle

‘Great and exciting improvements’ due at Miami Circle

The Miami Circle site at Brickell Point, which once belonged to the Tequesta Indians, could finally be seeing some major improvements. The Florida Department of State is “finalizing plans to make some great and exciting…

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Adaptive signal technology reducing Miami driving times

Adaptive signal technology reducing Miami driving times

Newly unveiled driving time savings on two major Miami-Dade corridors recently outfitted with adaptive signal technology are encouraging, Transportation Director Alice Bravo said Monday. In…

Miami tourism sets record in 2018, surpassing 2017 gains

Miami tourism sets record in 2018, surpassing 2017 gains

Though final figures won’t be in until next month, tourism had “a record 2018, building on a record 2017,” said Rolando Aedo, chief operating officer…

Deep examination of the future for Miami River

Deep examination of the future for Miami River

A new committee is taking shape to consider the further mission of the Miami River Commission. The idea for self-appraisal and planning came in December…

Baptist Health South Florida enters generic drug business

Baptist Health South Florida enters generic drug business

Baptist Health South Florida is entering the generic drug business through Civica Rx, a new not-for-profit generic drug company. Baptist Health will be a founding…

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Opinion

It’s well past time we all get good look at the Miami Circle

It’s well past time we all get good look at the Miami Circle

The State of Florida is about to unveil a plan for “great and exciting improvements” at the Miami Circle site it owns at the mouth of the Miami River in Brickell, Miami Today reports this week. Unless you’ve been in Miami for decades it’s unlikely that you’ve been to the Miami Circle site. Only a few Miamians have ever seen the circle itself. In fact, even knowledge of its existence today is scant. Yet the circle is an archaeological discovery of impact,…

Profile

Jose Cueto: CEO expanding International Finance Bank’s footprint

Jose Cueto: CEO expanding International Finance Bank’s footprint

Last year marked 30 years in the banking industry for Jose Cueto, president and CEO of International Finance Bank (IFB Bank), and it was a banner year at that. Mr. Cueto, who assumed his role in May 2015, has in less than four years more than doubled the bank’s assets, from $332.2 million to $692 million, a growth spurt that in October culminated with the $152 million acquisition of the international portfolio of Modern Bank, as well as the bank's midtown…

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Real Estate

City of Miami office tower site hunt may end up next door

City of Miami office tower site hunt may end up next door

A study has determined the best place for a new City of Miami government office tower is right next door to the current one. The analysis is up for discussion on today’s (1/10) city commission…

Government

Deep examination of the future for Miami River

Deep examination of the future for Miami River

A new committee is taking shape to consider the further mission of the Miami River Commission. The idea for self-appraisal and planning came in December from Horacio Stuart Aguirre, chairman of the commission. He announced…

Business & Finance

Florida economic development team sets Casablanca mission

Florida economic development team sets Casablanca mission

Small and mid-sized Florida businesses in industries like energy, infrastructure, agricultural equipment and healthcare could find great new opportunities in Morocco, according to Enterprise Florida Inc. Enterprise, the state’s economic development arm, is leading a…

Communities

Miami tourism sets record in 2018, surpassing 2017 gains

Miami tourism sets record in 2018, surpassing 2017 gains

Though final figures won’t be in until next month, tourism had “a record 2018, building on a record 2017,” said Rolando Aedo, chief operating officer of the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau. Not only…

Arts & Culture

Six big Miami-Dade library projects awaiting state grants

Six big Miami-Dade library projects awaiting state grants

Miami-Dade is waiting on $3 million in state grant funds before proceeding with six library projects expected to cost a combined $31.1 million. Commissioners Dec. 18 approved submission for – and subsequent spending of –…

Education

University of Miami unveils residence complex plan

University of Miami unveils residence complex plan

Coral Gables’ city commission unanimously passed three ordinances on first reading Tuesday amending land use, zoning code and a development agreement between the city and the University of Miami at 6500 Red Road. The university…

Healthcare

Baptist Health South Florida enters generic drug business

Baptist Health South Florida enters generic drug business

Baptist Health South Florida is entering the generic drug business through Civica Rx, a new not-for-profit generic drug company. Baptist Health will be a founding member, along with 12 other health systems representing roughly 250…

Transportation

Adaptive signal technology reducing Miami driving times

Adaptive signal technology reducing Miami driving times

Newly unveiled driving time savings on two major Miami-Dade corridors recently outfitted with adaptive signal technology are encouraging, Transportation Director Alice Bravo said Monday. In October, Ms. Bravo told Miami Today that the county planned…

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