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Front Page » Breaking News (Page 48)

New federal grant to expand Miami-Dade’s CNG bus fleet

The US Department of Transportation’s Federal Transit Administration (FTA) has just awarded $3.6 million to Miami-Dade County’s Department of Transportation and Public Works to replace older buses with new ones…

Two sites under microscope to pilot reversible traffic flows

After a directive from Miami-Dade County’s Transportation Planning Organization [TPO] to consider reversible lanes to reduce traffic congestion during peak hours, the Department of Transportation and Public Works is evaluating…

Edgewater awaits supermarket, museum, park, boardwalk

Projects coming to Miami’s Edgewater neighborhood are bringing promise of prosperity and opportunity to build community in the neighborhood. Among those projects, non-profit foundation Fairholme Unlimited is moving forward with…

Boulevard medical clinic seeks to grow four stories taller

A long-established medical clinic in Edgewater is preparing a major renovation and expansion. Care Resource Community Health Center at 3510 Biscayne Blvd. proposes to remodel, expand and update its three…

Clerk offers amnesty on fees on fines to get cash flowing

After the Florida Legislature announced it would pay $1.5 million to fund the Miami-Dade County clerk’s office through the end of this fiscal year, the clerk’s office is offering an…

Miami redevelopment agency again funds youth training

As they have in the past, directors of the Southeast Overtown/Park West Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) voted last week to fund a summer youth training program operated by Urgent Inc.…

County adds deputy to help make its transit reliable

Under attack from residents for not pouring enough money into transportation services throughout the county, Miami-Dade commissioners have allowed the hiring of a retired employee to serve as the deputy…

Miami-Dade’s affordable housing full, waiting lists closed

With every Miami-Dade affordable housing unit filled and all waiting lists closed, those looking to get on a list may have to wait longer, a memo from Mayor Carlos Giménez…

Gasoline is on the up and up – in price

Gas prices are guzzling drivers’ cash in Miami, where the cost of a gallon averages $2.69, up 6.9 cents from a week ago, 9.3 cents a gallon higher than a…

Video series on Miami Beach hotel operator gets city funding boost

The Fontainebleau Hotel, Ocean Drive and the sands of Miami Beach are to be shown in a pilot series video on a Miami Beach Hotel operator, helped along by a…

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