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Buses Driving On Shoulders Of Three Highways In Plan To Ease Traffic

Buses on three Miami-Dade Transit routes are taking to shoulder lanes on busy expressways in an effort to ease rush-hour congestion and encourage commuters to use mass transportation.…

Carnival Ceo Blasts Port Of Miami As Third World Facility

Carnival Cruise Lines CEO Bob Dickinson blasted Port of Miami facilities as "Third World" and said the port will lose important business if significant improvements aren't made.…

Businesses Look Forward To Showing Off New Products At Boat Show

Fearless Yachts CEO Jeffery Binder finds the 66th annual Miami International Boat Show is the ideal venue to launch his company and showcase its line of high-speed luxury boats and…

Beach Panel To Consider Proposal To Curb House Parties

The Miami Beach Land Use and Development Committee on Monday will discuss a controversial proposal to curb the area's glitzy party scene from spilling over into residential neighborhoods.…

Cuban Museum Purchases Operas Coral Way Building

The Cuban Museum has purchased a $3 million home, buying the Florida Grand Opera's Arturo di Filippi Center at 1200 Coral Way.…

American Fails To Land China Route

Area business leaders who backed American Airline's bid to win the high-stakes direct route between Dallas and China say they are disappointed with the US Department of Transportation's decision to…

Owners Medical Imaging Centers Could Close

New regulations that cut Medicare reimbursement for medical imaging procedures performed in independent clinics could force businesses to close, owners said.…

County Hospitality Industry Registers Record Employment

Triggered by a booming visitor industry, the number of persons working in Miami-Dade County's hospitality sector has hit a record 103,000.…

Tourism Officials Giddy With Anticipation For Annual Numbers

Propelled by a strong December spurt, Miami is teetering on another record tourism year.…

West End Of Lincoln Road Closing To Accommodate New Plaza

The west end of Lincoln Road is to be closed to traffic, extending the pedestrian mall to make way for a plaza that proponents contend will enhance what has become…

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