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Drive targets focus on distracted driving

Several local agencies have joined forces to alleviate what most Miami drivers can agree is a growing danger and a key component in traffic gridlock: distracted driving. “Heads Up, Miami!”…

Park-and-ride for coming express bus service OK’d

County commissioners have unanimously approved a plan for Dolphin Station park-and-ride transit facility that transit officials have identified to support the planned State Road 836 express bus service and others…

Study asks where, why, how you go

In what’s being playfully called the Battle of the Counties, transportation planners are encouraging Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach residents to let them know who’s going where, when and for…

Stronger condo association laws sought

Miami Dade’s county commission on Tuesday unanimously urged the state Legislature to strengthen condominium association laws in order to prevent fraud. Additionally, the resolution sponsored by Bruno Barreiro and co-sponsored…

Condo owners seek county’s aid

Condo owners asked Miami-Dade’s County Commission for help Tuesday. Wearing orange tee shorts with “We are all condos” on the front and “Stop condo abuse and corruption” on the back,…

Miami buys for city pools

Increased use at City of Miami swimming pools is boosting expenditures to stock them with the safety equipment. City commissioners authorized $25,000 more for a total of up to $75,000…

Omni area helps fund local policing

Miami city commissioners have accepted a $500,000 grant from the Omni Redevelopment District Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) to underwrite costs associated with enhanced police services within the Omni Redevelopment Area.…

Miami Parking Authority buying 19 vehicles

The Miami Parking Authority is buying nearly 20 new vehicles for its operations department. The city’s Off-Street Parking Board approved spending $368,212 for 19 vehicles from Don Reid Ford. The…

Muhammad Ali, Miami’s own hero

County commissioners approved the City of Miami Beach co-designation of Convention Center Drive as “Muhammad Ali Way.” Born Cassius Clay, “Fight Doctor” Ferdie Pacheco reportedly said of the heavyweight boxer,…

Gasoline prices sit still in Miami

Gasoline prices in Miami sat still last week at $2.40 per gallon as the national average crept up a half cent a gallon  to $2.28. Prices here sat 57.8 cents…

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