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County looks at trails under Florida Power and Light lines

County looks at trails under Florida Power and Light lines

Miami-Dade County is considering developing park space under Florida Power and Light (FPL) transmission lines and easements as bicycle trails and walking paths. Commissioners in July accepted a report from…

New airport use agreement puts American Airlines first

New airport use agreement puts American Airlines first

American Airlines went to the front of the line at up to 61 gates as Miami-Dade commissioners approved a 15-year agreement granting high-volume airlines priority use of concourse gates and…

Mark Trowbridge: Improving the climate for business in Coral Gables

Mark Trowbridge: Improving the climate for business in Coral Gables

As president and CEO of the Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce, Mark Trowbridge works closely with the organization’s board of directors and volunteer corps in setting the group’s agenda and…

Carlos Giménez: Mayor sees county taking lead on new mobility modes

Carlos Giménez: Mayor sees county taking lead on new mobility modes

Shortly after Carlos A. Giménez was elected Miami-Dade County mayor in June 2011, the former county commissioner and Miami city manager told Miami Today that transitioning to his new role…

County OKs funding most of study for dredging to add PortMiami capabilities

County OKs funding most of study for dredging to add PortMiami capabilities

Miami-Dade commissioners have approved paying both the remainder of the county’s investment in a $3 million feasibility study of improvements to PortMiami as well as the portion the US Army…

County gurus prepare for inevitable automated vehicles

County gurus prepare for inevitable automated vehicles

Automated vehicles – self-driving and self-parking cars, trucks, air and watercraft – are no longer things of science fiction. The technology is here, albeit primitively and in limited number, and…

16 county properties around Government Center clustered in transit development zone

16 county properties around Government Center clustered in transit development zone

Sixteen Miami-Dade properties around Government Center previously under City of Miami jurisdiction will be incorporated into the Fixed-Guideway Rapid Transit Development Zone (RTZ), transforming the regulatory and development approval framework…

Sally Heyman: Commissioner targets public safety, personal freedoms

Sally Heyman: Commissioner targets public safety, personal freedoms

For Miami-Dade Commissioner Sally Heyman, public service has been a lifelong pursuit ranging from youth volunteerism and public school teaching to work with juvenile services, two police departments and more…

28 of 136 rail cars, 42 new buses roll slowly into county’s overaged fleets

28 of 136 rail cars, 42 new buses roll slowly into county’s overaged fleets

As Miami-Dade County adds to its transit system with a new and improved fleet of vehicles, there have been growing pains, according to a July 12 transportation department status report…

Sebastian Spreng: ‘Cultural ambassador’ artist shifts his medium to the iPad

Sebastian Spreng: ‘Cultural ambassador’ artist shifts his medium to the iPad

For Sebastian Spreng, 2018 is a wealth of anniversaries, marking the Argentine-American’s 45th year as a professional visual artist, his 35th as a Miami resident and 30th as a music…

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