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After Brightline deal, Virgin Group gets seaport terminal OK too

If all goes as planned, 2021 will prove huge for South Florida and British billionaire Richard Branson’s Virgin Group, as both a high-speed train extension connecting Miami to Orlando on Virgin Trains USA and construction of…

City targets Watson Island land for future monetization

City targets Watson Island land for future monetization

A request by the Miami Children’s Museum for more city-owned land on Watson Island so it can expand has met with some skepticism and opposition. The museum is asking for…

Florida Department of Transportation weighs five options for Kendall corridor

Florida Department of Transportation weighs five options for Kendall corridor

The Florida Department of Transportation is considering five transit alternatives for the Kendall corridor as part of the Smart Plan to broaden the county’s rapid transit web and expects to…

Dolphin Station Park & Ride to be done by March

Dolphin Station Park & Ride to be done by March

The Miami-Dade Expressway Authority (MDX) expects to finish the Dolphin Station Park & Ride by late March to feed riders into the Miami-Dade Transit SR 836/Dolphin Express Bus Service by…

Land for Pop-up businesses face legislative tangle

Land for Pop-up businesses face legislative tangle

A late addition to proposed legislation to govern temporary uses on vacant land, which impacts so-called pop-up businesses, has stalled the measure. Miami city commissioners approved the ordinance amendment on…

Miami-Dade launching signal technology on South Dade Transitway

Miami-Dade launching signal technology on South Dade Transitway

Miami-Dade is launching signal enhancement on the South Dade TransitWay this week that eventually will speed flows at 300 intersections along 10 corridors via an $11.1 million investment that transportation…

State-to-city-to-Genting deal for Miami bayfront property

State-to-city-to-Genting deal for Miami bayfront property

The developer that owns a choice piece of bayfront property in Miami that was formerly the home of the Miami Herald is in negotiations with city officials for submerged land…

Split decision on new towers in Miami’s Omni area

Split decision on new towers in Miami’s Omni area

One of two mixed-use residential projects planned for Miami’s Omni neighborhood won a green light from a city review board last week as the other was deferred for more design…

New Miami mayor keeps transportation planning seat

New Miami mayor keeps transportation planning seat

The new mayor in Miami, former city commissioner Francis Suarez, wants to continue his membership on a regional government body, the Miami-Dade Transportation Planning Organization (TPO). “I want to be…

US Homeland Security reports to shut Wynwood artery in Art Week

US Homeland Security reports to shut Wynwood artery in Art Week

Citing reports from US Homeland Security and chatter culled from social media that a terrorist event may be brewing, the Miami Police Department will close most of Northwest Second Avenue…

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