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Pilot program for e-cargo bicycles wheels toward Miami

Pilot program for e-cargo bicycles wheels toward Miami

  Electric cargo bicycles have been touted as an alternative to traditional delivery that’ll mitigate traffic and curb carbon emissions. With that in mind, they could soon be rolling into some of the City of…

State accelerates Signature Bridge and related projects

State accelerates Signature Bridge and related projects

  Miami’s notoriously crowded streets have become the road less traveled with the sweeping impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. With most businesses, stores and shops shut down and social distancing being preached and practiced, the…

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Miami City Ballet costume corps creates hospital masks

Miami City Ballet costume corps creates hospital masks

  When thinking of creative ways to lift spirits of medical workers at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital, Miami City Ballet’s costume department rose to the challenge…

Transit Alliance Miami targets improved bus system

Transit Alliance Miami targets improved bus system

  Transit Alliance Miami’s Better Bus Project, a county-wide redesign of Miami-Dade’s Metrobus route network, was in its final stages before mandated coronavirus closures last…

Velocia app that encourages alternative transit expanding

Velocia app that encourages alternative transit expanding

  Velocia has only been around a short while, but the app startup that encourages people to use alternative transportation modes is continuing to expand…

$150 million Jackson Health System credit lifeline due from Wells Fargo

$150 million Jackson Health System credit lifeline due from Wells Fargo

  Jackson Health System is seeking up to $150 million “operating capital” from Wells Fargo in its Covid-19 fight. Miami-Dade lawmakers Tuesday voted 12-1 for…

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Opinion

COVID-19 will permanently change our world – but how?

COVID-19 will permanently change our world – but how?

  The 1939 New York World’s Fair theme, the World of Tomorrow, envisioned a vastly different future. Right after the fair, the disaster of World War II led into a postwar tomorrow that, among its many sea changes, saw Miami rise into a metropolis. Now the world faces a new crisis, a COVID-19 attack on humanity. This scourge also will alter much. While it’s too early to know what long-term impacts will be, academics, planners, thought leaders and business minds are no…

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Gale Nelson: Building mentoring partnerships for underserved youths

Gale Nelson: Building mentoring partnerships for underserved youths

  Gale Nelson never sought to work in the nonprofit sector. Growing up in inner-city Toledo, OH, when given the chance to attend college, his goal, he said, was to make as much money as possible to take care of his mother and brother. But after moving to South Florida post-college, he’d get the same question, “Are you a teacher?” He balked at the idea initially. But it persisted, and he ultimately gave it a try, first teaching GED prep for single…

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Real Estate

Target store signs for planned Overtown block

Target store signs for planned Overtown block

Retail giant Target has signed a letter of intent to open a store inside a planned mixed-use retail and residential development in Overtown called Block 55, according to the developer of the expansive project. The…

Government

Miami looks at trolley reorganization after coronavirus siege lifts

Miami looks at trolley reorganization after coronavirus siege lifts

  The reworking of the countywide transportation network is in its third phase, and the City of Miami administration has weighed in on the proposed realignment of its trolley system, albeit without much force. In…

Business & Finance

Velocia app that encourages alternative transit expanding

Velocia app that encourages alternative transit expanding

  Velocia has only been around a short while, but the app startup that encourages people to use alternative transportation modes is continuing to expand both the services it offers and its footprint in Miami-Dade…

Communities

Transit Alliance Miami targets improved bus system

Transit Alliance Miami targets improved bus system

  Transit Alliance Miami’s Better Bus Project, a county-wide redesign of Miami-Dade’s Metrobus route network, was in its final stages before mandated coronavirus closures last month stalled efforts. Just over a handful of workshops remained…

Arts & Culture

Miami City Ballet costume corps creates hospital masks

Miami City Ballet costume corps creates hospital masks

  When thinking of creative ways to lift spirits of medical workers at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital, Miami City Ballet’s costume department rose to the challenge by creating customized protective face masks.  As a gesture to…

Education

MIT students co-teach to inspire STEAM careers

MIT students co-teach to inspire STEAM careers

Most students hoping to learn about science, technology, engineering and mathematics from world-class academics must first score well on standardized tests to earn a seat in a college classroom. At a K-8 magnet in Coral…

Healthcare

$150 million Jackson Health System credit lifeline due from Wells Fargo

$150 million Jackson Health System credit lifeline due from Wells Fargo

  Jackson Health System is seeking up to $150 million “operating capital” from Wells Fargo in its Covid-19 fight. Miami-Dade lawmakers Tuesday voted 12-1 for emergency action that, if OK’d by a final vote May…

Transportation

State accelerates Signature Bridge and related projects

State accelerates Signature Bridge and related projects

  Miami’s notoriously crowded streets have become the road less traveled with the sweeping impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. With most businesses, stores and shops shut down and social distancing being preached and practiced, the…

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