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Coral Gables asks state aid to expand trolley service weekends, nights

Coral Gables asks state aid to expand trolley service weekends, nights

Offering Saturday trolley service and expanding trolley operating hours are two goals for Coral Gables city officials. Kevin Kinney, city parking director, said grant requests for these projects were submitted…

7-year smart traffic signals upgrade clock ticking in Miami-Dade

7-year smart traffic signals upgrade clock ticking in Miami-Dade

Miami-Dade County officials last month inked a $150 million contract with Siemens Mobility to upgrade all traffic signals countywide to adaptive traffic signals – also known as “smart” signals.” The…

Big weddings just a memory as planners offer small-group vows

Big weddings just a memory as planners offer small-group vows

The big weddings of yesteryear may seem like a distant memory, but despite taking an undeniable hit many vendors and service providers in Miami’s wedding industry have managed to hold…

With online buys, Doral warehousing in prime position

With online buys, Doral warehousing in prime position

It may be too early to know exactly what effect the pandemic will have on commercial real estate in Doral, but experts say one segment may emerge particularly strong: the…

UM, FIU shift to online but tuitions unchanged

UM, FIU shift to online but tuitions unchanged

With the fall semester approaching, both Florida International University and the University of Miami have published plans to repopulate their campuses and adapt classes to online formats. One change not…

Two-nation team powers ahead to build Florida-Mexico sea trade

Two-nation team powers ahead to build Florida-Mexico sea trade

With the US-Mexico-Canada agreement taking effect this month, the newly formed Florida/Mexico Working Group is looking at ways to expand maritime trade between the two economies. The group, which formed…

Poles united 5G antennas, traffic cameras, WiFi hotspots

Poles united 5G antennas, traffic cameras, WiFi hotspots

Coral Gables hopes to unveil within three months the first pilot of an engineered pole concept that consolidates smart city technologies such as 5G antennas, traffic cameras and WiFi hotspots…

Barry University looks at delayed seasons, fanless sports

Barry University looks at delayed seasons, fanless sports

Barry University, a member of the NCAA Division II Sunshine State Conference, is hoping for a safe fall sports season and working within NCAA and public health guidelines to make…

Million Trees plans pruned

Million Trees plans pruned

Million Trees Miami, an initiative funded by Miami-Dade County, has set its sights on establishing a 30% tree canopy in the county through tree giveaways, plantings, grants and special programs…

Wildlife attractions ramp up virus safety measures

Wildlife attractions ramp up virus safety measures

Miami’s wildlife attractions have ramped up safety measures and created new promotions and events to bring back guests, but a rise in Covid-19 cases in the county and state may…

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