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Miami-Dade seeks federal funding for Northeast commuter rail line

Miami-Dade seeks federal funding for Northeast commuter rail line

Background work for a planned commuter rail linking Miami to Aventura is underway, as Miami-Dade applied last month for federal funding for the project and is in talks with operator…

Successors to Miami-Dade Expressway Authority move to organize

Successors to Miami-Dade Expressway Authority move to organize

Just over a week after an appeals court shot down a Miami-Dade Expressway Authority lawsuit challenging its dissolution and replacement by the state, that new agency is set to hold…

Miami may have a lock to host FIFA World Cup

Miami may have a lock to host FIFA World Cup

The FIFA World Cup is coming to North America in summer 2026, and Miami-Dade is vying for a roughly 16/17 chance to be a host city and, potentially, the media…

Enterprise Florida will lead team to Arab Health show in Dubai

Enterprise Florida will lead team to Arab Health show in Dubai

With vaccinations ramping up globally, Enterprise Florida is planning for a return of brick-and-mortar trade shows and missions that begins in Dubai in June.  Manny Mencia, senior VP of international…

Florida’s top financial regulator seeks cryptocurrency rules

Florida’s top financial regulator seeks cryptocurrency rules

With the state legislature in session, Florida’s top financial regulator Russell Weigel is hoping to modernize the state’s policies on matters like cryptocurrency, banking and securities reform in order to…

State finishes six-year, $260 million Krome Avenue upgrade

State finishes six-year, $260 million Krome Avenue upgrade

After more than six years of non-stop construction to enhance Miami-Dade’s westernmost thoroughfare, the Florida Department of Transportation’s (FDOT) $260 million Krome Avenue improvement program is finished. FDOT on Friday…

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State bill would put Big Brother’s thought police on campus

State bill would put Big Brother’s thought police on campus

Florida legislators are advancing a highly invasive cure for a disease that does not exist: they are trying to force a diversity of viewpoints onto campuses of state colleges and…

David Martin: Leads Terra to develop projects based on community needs

David Martin: Leads Terra to develop projects based on community needs

David Martin wants to build better neighborhoods. His firm, Terra, has developed more than 5 million square feet of residential, commercial and mixed-use projects. Another 3 million or so square…

FYI Miami: April 8, 2021

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. BIG…

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