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Front Page » Breaking News (Page 61)

County looks at Uber, Lyft as partners to halt transit outflow

Miami-Dade County is trying to reverse its deepening decline in mass transit ridership by allying with its disruptors, the ride-hailing services. Despite this, analysts and workers have said the decline…

Traffic signals upgraded to adapt to flow but not yet on line

Though it began more than a month late due to Hurricane Irma, a project to upgrade 300 traffic signals to adapt to roadway flow in some of Miami’s most congested…

Brightline given longer to sell bonds to expand

Brightline received a seven-month extension last week to sell $1.15 billion in tax-exempt bonds to expand the passenger train line to Orlando. The US Department of Transportation granted the extension,…

Root of transit exit: gas prices, Uber, trolleys or quality?

High gas prices have long been correlated with increased transit use. So why, with fuel costs at a three-year peak, are Miami-Dade County’s major transit modes in a seeming ridership…

Hurricane season preparation tips

To mark the start of the 2018 hurricane season, the City of Miami encourages all residents and businesses to check their disaster kits, review their hurricane plans and remain alert…

Public meeting set on Baywalk and Riverwalk

The Miami Baywalk & Riverwalk Public Outreach Meeting and Design Charrette #3 is set for noon to 2 p.m. Wednesday, June 6. The Miami Downtown Development Authority is putting on…

Volunteers to gather for Coconut Grove effort

More than 150 volunteers are expected to gather Saturday (6/2) to make repairs to the homes of low-income homeowners in West Coconut Grove to bring immediate, large-scale impact to this…

Miami goes to court to end homeless treatment rules

The City of Miami on Wednesday filed a motion in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida to terminate the Pottinger consent decree, which outlines how the…

Planners find a new walking trail to more transit

Miami’s public transit network is only as useful as it is accessible in the first and last mile of a traveler’s commute, a Transportation Planning Organization (TPO) subcommittee agreed last…

Bombardier not heading Miami’s way now

Canadian aerospace firm Bombardier Business Aircraft is keeping its Learjet service center at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport for now, according to company spokesperson Anna Cristofaro. In early April, Ms. Cristofaro…

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