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Virgin Trains USA might roll into PortMiami

Virgin Trains USA might roll into PortMiami

Miami-Dade County may soon look at linking Virgin Trains USA to PortMiami, a move that would connect the port to Broward and Palm Beach counties and extend a valuable lifeline to the struggling passenger rail…

Melreese golf course leasing to Beckham team on fast track

Melreese golf course leasing to Beckham team on fast track

Some Miami commissioners are eager to learn where things stand as administrators negotiate a long-term lease for a city-owned golf course adjacent to Miami International Airport. A lease would clear the way for David Beckham…

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Tri-Rail is on track to serve downtown Miami

Tri-Rail is on track to serve downtown Miami

Tri-Rail trains are on schedule to arrive in downtown Miami by the end of 2019, said Bonnie Arnold, spokesperson for the South Florida Regional Transportation…

American Dream Mall waits on Canadian developer

American Dream Mall waits on Canadian developer

Plans for the American Dream Mall have stayed in neutral since the megamall planned for the northwestern end of the county won approval from county…

Miami International Airport gains in on-time performance

Miami International Airport gains in on-time performance

Miami International Airport’s on-time flight performance, as analyzed and reported by the Official Airline Guide (OAG), brought it up to ninth place globally in 2018,…

Miami International Airport expands global offerings

Miami International Airport expands global offerings

Miami International Airport continues to expand its international offerings, both for passengers and freight forwarders. “Four international carriers have scheduled entries into the Miami market…

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Opinion

Weekend’s traffic jam nightmare a dream for mass transit

Weekend’s traffic jam nightmare a dream for mass transit

If we needed reason to ditch our cars and climb aboard something else, the long Presidents’ Day weekend handed it to us. Unless you stayed home for five days, you must have been caught in the traffic snarls. Blame simultaneous events galore, including two boat shows, two art festivals, a concert downtown and more. Miami drivers in stalled lines of traffic grew more frustrated and testier than usual, and far ruder. They arrived hours late. Routes generated by GPS pathfinders like Waze…

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Romi Bhatia: Builds Idea Center to help MDC students start ventures

Romi Bhatia: Builds Idea Center to help MDC students start ventures

Romi Bhatia arrived with his family in the US at age 8, fleeing violence against his Sikh faith in New Delhi. He grew up in San Jose, CA, graduated from two top universities and had an impactful career in Washington, including eight years at the US Agency for International Development. But when a new administration came in, Mr. Bhatia and his wife felt it was time to start a new chapter that has begun in Miami as executive director of…

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Real Estate

American Dream Mall waits on Canadian developer

American Dream Mall waits on Canadian developer

Plans for the American Dream Mall have stayed in neutral since the megamall planned for the northwestern end of the county won approval from county reviewing agencies in July. County officials now wait for Canadian…

Government

Pay for state attorney office called ‘crisis level’

Pay for state attorney office called ‘crisis level’

Miami-Dade commissioners are urging the Florida Legislature to financially aid employees at the county’s state attorney and public defender offices, as pay there has “reached a crisis level,” according to Don Horn, chief assistant state…

Business & Finance

Miami International Airport gains in on-time performance

Miami International Airport gains in on-time performance

Miami International Airport’s on-time flight performance, as analyzed and reported by the Official Airline Guide (OAG), brought it up to ninth place globally in 2018, an improvement over its ranking of 12th place in 2017.…

Communities

Tri-Rail is on track to serve downtown Miami

Tri-Rail is on track to serve downtown Miami

Tri-Rail trains are on schedule to arrive in downtown Miami by the end of 2019, said Bonnie Arnold, spokesperson for the South Florida Regional Transportation Authority, the commuter system’s parent. “The end of the year…

Arts & Culture

City of Miami art in public places rules wait in wings

City of Miami art in public places rules wait in wings

Proposed City of Miami zoning rules requiring private developers to provide artwork as part of their projects or pay into a special public art fund have been shelved again. A second and final reading and…

Education

University of Miami dives into marine life needs

University of Miami dives into marine life needs

Deep thinkers at the University of Miami who are collaborating on a project quantifying the benefits provided by green infrastructure to marine life are to reconvene soon to compare their findings. They plan to transfer…

Healthcare

Baptist Health’s Miami Beach center a community hub

Baptist Health’s Miami Beach center a community hub

Baptist Health South Florida’s Miami Beach urgent care, diagnostic and outpatient center on Alton Road, which opened in July 2018, has started up several new programs and the volume of patients is “above our projections,”…

Transportation

Miami International Airport expands global offerings

Miami International Airport expands global offerings

Miami International Airport continues to expand its international offerings, both for passengers and freight forwarders. “Four international carriers have scheduled entries into the Miami market in 2019,” said Greg Chin, communications and digital marketing director…

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