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Adaptive signal technology cutting Miami drive time

Adaptive signal technology cutting Miami drive time

Miami-Dade is close to completing its first rollout of adaptive signal technology on key county roadways, and new studies that again show reduced average travel times along every corridor upgraded could support a sizable subsequent…

Train control safety rule stalls Tri-Rail to Miami

Train control safety rule stalls Tri-Rail to Miami

Another roadblock has temporarily stalled Tri-Rail trains from steaming into Miami Central Station, which they were predicted to do by the end of this year. “I’ve stopped making predictions” about when they will roll into…

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Ferris wheel rolling toward Bayside Marketplace

Ferris wheel rolling toward Bayside Marketplace

A planned Ferris wheel in Bayside Marketplace is on a new forward track after Miami officials tweaked proposed legislation governing amusement rides. City commissioners on…

Two-thirds of Metrorail cars, 85% of buses arrive

Two-thirds of Metrorail cars, 85% of buses arrive

Miami-Dade’s effort to replenish its aged transit fleet is rolling on, as county transportation personnel this week reported they’d received almost two-thirds of the Metrorail…

Downtown Miami master plan ‘once in lifetime’ chance

Downtown Miami master plan ‘once in lifetime’ chance

A “once in a lifetime opportunity” to create a vibrant community amidst a clutter of 16 county-owned buildings and properties can transform the heart of…

Hydroponic farming planned on vacant Miami Beach lots

Hydroponic farming planned on vacant Miami Beach lots

Freight Farms Inc. and Energy Cost Solutions Group LLC. have entered negotiations with the City of Miami Beach to possibly establish hydroponic farming in North…

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Opinion

Rule in dealing with government: ‘Don’t be afraid to say it’

Rule in dealing with government: ‘Don’t be afraid to say it’

Meetings that began at 8:30 a.m. Thursday were winding down about 5 o’clock when, near the end of a panel discussion of mayors, Juan Carlos Bermudez gave those among nearly 800 Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce members still present a lesson to tape to their refrigerator doors and heed regularly. “Business people need to be very clear what business needs from us,” the Doral mayor told the chamber’s annual goals conference. “So say it – don’t be afraid to say it.” It…

Profile

Moishe Mana: Billionaire investor targets two ambitious Miami projects

Moishe Mana: Billionaire investor targets two ambitious Miami projects

Moishe Mana has high hopes for Miami. The self-made billionaire businessman and real estate developer envisions the city and its surrounding areas as the future commerce connector between the Americas and the Far East, a collaborative hub linking like-minded creative leaders in an array of industries, from art, entertainment and fashion to technology, medicine and higher education. He plans to realize that vision through two massive, ambitious local projects – Mana Wynwood, a business and art complex in the heart of…

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Real Estate

Downtown Miami master plan ‘once in lifetime’ chance

Downtown Miami master plan ‘once in lifetime’ chance

A “once in a lifetime opportunity” to create a vibrant community amidst a clutter of 16 county-owned buildings and properties can transform the heart of downtown Miami, county Commissioner Eileen Higgins told a Greater Miami…

Government

Miami loses millions as Virginia Key marina stalls

Miami loses millions as Virginia Key marina stalls

The City of Miami has lost millions as legal fights and challenges have for years stymied its efforts to find a new operator for the marina on Virginia Key. Exactly how much it has lost…

Business & Finance

Ferris wheel rolling toward Bayside Marketplace

Ferris wheel rolling toward Bayside Marketplace

A planned Ferris wheel in Bayside Marketplace is on a new forward track after Miami officials tweaked proposed legislation governing amusement rides. City commissioners on June 13 preliminarily defined “amusement ride” and its “use by…

Communities

Hydroponic farming planned on vacant Miami Beach lots

Hydroponic farming planned on vacant Miami Beach lots

Freight Farms Inc. and Energy Cost Solutions Group LLC. have entered negotiations with the City of Miami Beach to possibly establish hydroponic farming in North Beach. Commissioners are to weigh each proposal in the fall…

Arts & Culture

Coconut Grove Playhouse patch: post office parking lot?

Coconut Grove Playhouse patch: post office parking lot?

As officials with the Miami Parking Authority ponder another potentially long delay in the plan to redevelop the Coconut Grove Playhouse property and build a companion municipal garage, they are turning to higher powers when…

Education

Naeem Khan fashion studio and school gets new plan

Naeem Khan fashion studio and school gets new plan

A modified plan for a fashion studio and school on riverfront land owned by Miami-Dade County earned support Monday from the Miami River Commission. On a 9 to 4 vote, the commission recommended approval of…

Healthcare

Vote coming on Jackson South Medical Center expansion

Vote coming on Jackson South Medical Center expansion

Significant additions to Jackson South Medical Center will wait until June 20 for an OK, as Miami-Dade lawmakers Tuesday deferred a hearing and vote on plans to expand the Kendall facility. Sponsor Daniella Levine Cava…

Transportation

Two-thirds of Metrorail cars, 85% of buses arrive

Two-thirds of Metrorail cars, 85% of buses arrive

Miami-Dade’s effort to replenish its aged transit fleet is rolling on, as county transportation personnel this week reported they’d received almost two-thirds of the Metrorail cars ordered and all but 15% of the county’s initial…

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