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Rodrigo Arboleda: Florida Urban Maglev team seeks North Corridor transit

Rodrigo Arboleda: Florida Urban Maglev team seeks North Corridor transit

For many, being named one of the finest living architects in your native country would stand as a career high. But for Rodrigo Arboleda, co-founder and CEO of Fastrack Institute,…

South Dade Transitway rapid bus service rolls ahead

South Dade Transitway rapid bus service rolls ahead

With local and state dollars committed, a shortlist of developers on hand and confirmation of federal funds due early next year, Miami-Dade’s upgrade of the South Dade Transitway for rapid…

Metromover repairs of falling concrete may dip into transit tax

Metromover repairs of falling concrete may dip into transit tax

Repairs to unstable concrete on the Brickell and Omni Metromover loops could begin next month, provided Miami-Dade lawmakers OK spending $5 million in People’s Transportation Plan (PTP) funds. County commissioners…

Miami-Dade heads to crackdown on RVs

Miami-Dade heads to crackdown on RVs

While not as ubiquitous as regular cars, vans or trucks, recreational vehicles, or RVs – motor homes and trailers with beds, small kitchens, dining areas and sometimes bathrooms – are…

New cities’ impact on Miami-Dade Police, fire pivotal

New cities’ impact on Miami-Dade Police, fire pivotal

Four months after a failed move to create a new South Dade city, Miami-Dade lawmakers have ordered a study on how police and fire rescue services would be affected by…

Joseph Curbelo: Chairing the Citizens’ Independent Transportation Trust

Joseph Curbelo: Chairing the Citizens’ Independent Transportation Trust

As chairman of the Miami-Dade Citizens’ Independent Transportation Trust, Joseph Curbelo leads the volunteer body that oversees funds generated by the People’s Transportation Plan (PTP) that voters approved in 2002…

Despite tax for raises, teacher vacancies creep up

Despite tax for raises, teacher vacancies creep up

One year after Miami-Dade residents voted to tax themselves more to give teachers a raise and improve school security, the county public school district has roughly the same number of…

Jorge Rovirosa: Stevedores helping to keep goods flowing at PortMiami

Jorge Rovirosa: Stevedores helping to keep goods flowing at PortMiami

PortMiami’s existence may predate the Rovirosa family’s arrival in South Florida, but Florida’s greatest economic generator wouldn’t be what it is today without their influence. Now under the guidance of…

New Lufthansa weekly flight brings new class of snowbird: horses

New Lufthansa weekly flight brings new class of snowbird: horses

After more than a quarter-century away, Lufthansa Cargo returned this month to Miami International Airport (MIA) for weekly freighter services from Frankfurt. The cargo: horses. Germany is MIA’s top European…

Rolando Montoya: Interim college president sees tech courses demand soar

Rolando Montoya: Interim college president sees tech courses demand soar

Rolando Montoya was three years retired. The former provost emeritus of Miami Dade College and his wife were traversing the world, from the Galapagos Islands, Spain and Australia to Mexico…

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