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Miami-Dade aims for another fleet of CNG buses

Miami-Dade aims for another fleet of CNG buses

A second series of compressed natural gas (CNG) buses could arrive in Miami-Dade by September to replace its aging Metrobus fleet, adding to 300 buses already ordered. Where they will…

Miami International Airport moves to cut long waits in lines

Miami International Airport moves to cut long waits in lines

Good news for fliers who dread the long, serpentine lines at Miami International Airport: Help is on the way. County commissioners last week OK’d a contract with SITA Information Networking…

Ariana Fajardo Orshan: Leading 200-plus prosecutors as new US attorney

Ariana Fajardo Orshan: Leading 200-plus prosecutors as new US attorney

As US attorney for the Southern District of Florida, Ariana Fajardo Orshan presides over more than 200 federal prosecutors in a demanding district encompassing nine counties. The former Eleventh Judicial…

Miami-Dade to seek development bids at transit hub

Miami-Dade to seek development bids at transit hub

Miami-Dade will request development bids in the first quarter of 2019 for the Miami Intermodal Center near Miami International Airport to help turn it profitable, according to Alice Bravo, who…

After Brightline deal, Virgin Group gets seaport terminal OK too

After Brightline deal, Virgin Group gets seaport terminal OK too

If all goes as planned, 2021 will prove huge for South Florida and British billionaire Richard Branson’s Virgin Group, as both a high-speed train extension connecting Miami to Orlando on…

Miamians may get to test Ford Motor Co. autonomous cars

Miamians may get to test Ford Motor Co. autonomous cars

As Ford Motor Co. continues toward its planned 2021 rollout of non-commercial self-driving vehicles in Miami-Dade, county transportation personnel are eying mid 2019 to start thinking of ways to introduce…

Donna Shalala: Targeting breakthroughs on transportation, immigration

Donna Shalala: Targeting breakthroughs on transportation, immigration

Few can claim to have charted as adept a path through public and educational service as Donna Shalala, who last month showed she was far from done working by becoming…

David K.C. Chien: Represents economic, cultural interest of Taiwan here

David K.C. Chien: Represents economic, cultural interest of Taiwan here

As director general of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Miami, David K.C. Chien helms the diplomatic, consular and economic development headquarters of his home country in representing the…

PortMiami scrunching cargo area to add two cruise terminals

PortMiami scrunching cargo area to add two cruise terminals

Two PortMiami projects costing a combined $100 million will result in one smaller, denser cargo yard and additional land on which to build two new cruise terminals, documents accompanying items…

Carlos Martinez: Public Defender’s Office handles 75,000 cases a year

Carlos Martinez: Public Defender’s Office handles 75,000 cases a year

Carlos Martinez’s almost 30 years of service in the Miami-Dade Public Defender’s Office – including his last decade as its top officer – has been a steady, unyielding effort to…

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