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Front Page » 2019 » July (Page 3)

Jason Spiegel: Driving Freebee local transit into many communities

Jason Spiegel: Driving Freebee local transit into many communities

When Jason Spiegel launched Freebee with co-founder Kris Kimball in February 2012, the free on-demand ride-hailing service’s business model was markedly different than it is today. As he tells it,…

Filming in Miami: July 25, 2019

These film permits were issued last week by the Miami-Dade County Department of Regulatory & Economic Resources’ Office of Film and Entertainment, (305) 375-3288; the Miami Mayor’s Office of Film,…

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FYI Miami: July 25, 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. COUNTY DELAYS…

University of Miami ocean studies sail to Pacific on Celebrity Flora

University of Miami ocean studies sail to Pacific on Celebrity Flora

A two-university partnership based on Virginia Key that collects oceanographic data from cruise and container ships is entering the Pacific Ocean via a brand-new expedition cruise ship for the first…

Metrobus realignment may offer seniors on-demand transit

Metrobus realignment may offer seniors on-demand transit

As nonprofit Transit Alliance Miami works to redesign Miami-Dade’s Metrobus route system, steps must be taken to ensure that the county doesn’t overlook the needs of its senior citizens, Miami-Dade…

Coca-Cola paid sponsorship of Miami Beach may be bottled up

Coca-Cola paid sponsorship of Miami Beach may be bottled up

City of Miami Beach corporate sponsor Coca-Cola may face consequences for its plastics use. Commissioner Ricky Arriola plans to rally commissioners this week to terminate the city’s contract with Coca-Cola,…

Miami-Dade County, transit union divisions deepen

Miami-Dade County, transit union divisions deepen

To say that Miami-Dade County’s relationship with union members who staff its transportation department is strained would be an understatement. According to a fiery letter Transport Workers Union Local 291…

County seeks expedited deal for Biscayne Bay transit route

County seeks expedited deal for Biscayne Bay transit route

After years of studies, Miami-Dade lawmakers may soon ask the county administration to act fast in securing arrangements and funding for floating transportation services connecting the City of Miami and…

Headwinds from soccer stadium deal worry MIA

Headwinds from soccer stadium deal worry MIA

As Miami nears a deal for a soccer stadium and commercial complex beside Miami International Airport, county lawmakers want to know how that will affect the area’s biggest economic engine.…

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