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Pedestrian gates next answer to Brickell Bridge gridlock

Pedestrian gates next answer to Brickell Bridge gridlock

It will probably take until the end of next year, but gates are on the horizon that will prevent pedestrians from crossing the Brickell Avenue Bridge while the tender is…

Miami River Commission asks city to sink development plan

Miami River Commission asks city to sink development plan

The Miami River Commission voted unanimously Monday to recommend that the City of Miami not approve 555 River, a proposed 12-story hotel and office complex at 517-663 NW South River…

Transportation, tech worlds to talk mobility in Wynwood

Transportation, tech worlds to talk mobility in Wynwood

More than 500 people from the transportation and tech industries, government and academia are expected to descend upon Wynwood next April 2 and 3 for CoMotion Miami, a conference to…

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…

Celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson brings Red Rooster here

Celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson brings Red Rooster here

Signage is up and permits have been pulled in preparation for the construction of celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson’s Red Rooster restaurant in Overtown, which will occupy the former Clyde Killens…

Miami Yacht Show cites success, staying downtown

Miami Yacht Show cites success, staying downtown

Though there was one major unexpected expense, the Miami Yacht Show’s first year downtown was successful, directors of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority heard Friday. The show, which had been held…

Commercial insurance rates facing double-digit climb in June

Commercial insurance rates facing double-digit climb in June

‘Tis the season… for commercial insurance rates to rise, observers say. “Commercial property insurance rates are expected to increase 10% to 20% within this calendar year,” said Ryan Papy, president…

Florida Legislature removes long-time healthcare rules

Florida Legislature removes long-time healthcare rules

In the session that just ended, the Florida Legislature removed decades-old laws designed to regulate the healthcare industry. It significantly watered down the certificate of need (CON) process, allowed ambulatory…

Baywalk funds flowing from Legislature

Baywalk funds flowing from Legislature

There could be some good news for Baywalk, the planned 5.7-mile pedestrian- and bicycle-friendly promenade that will hug Biscayne Bay and the Miami River. The Florida Legislature included $300,000 for…

Brexit drama also playing out in South Florida

Brexit drama also playing out in South Florida

Observers of the Brexit drama playing out in Britain can be forgiven for not making any clear predictions: the situation changes daily, if not hourly, and much remains unknown. “We…

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