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Front Page » 2019 » June (Page 2)

How new transit zone could reshape the core of downtown

How new transit zone could reshape the core of downtown

We’ve been handed a great opportunity to remake the county’s center of government operations along Flagler Street downtown. It’s one of those can’t-miss chances – if it’s properly thought out.…

Nitin Motwani: ‘Surprises’ due at $1.2 billion Miami Worldcenter project

Nitin Motwani: ‘Surprises’ due at $1.2 billion Miami Worldcenter project

A lot has happened since Nitin Motwani came on as managing principal of Miami Worldcenter Associates in 2006. The nation endured a recession. Smart devices put the knowledge of the…

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…

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…

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…

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…

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…

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…

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…

FYI Miami: June 20, 2019

Below are some of the FYIs in this week’s edition. The entire content of this week’s FYIs and Insider sections is available by subscription only. To subscribe click here. RIVERSIDE CENTER…

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