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Super-fast 5G may be live in Miami by Super Bowl

Blazing-fast fifth-generation wireless technology (5G) may be here before Super Bowl LIV, as three telecom giants are one county OK from starting to install needed antennas by February. Commissioners in Audrey Edmonson’s Chairwoman’s Policy Council voted 4-0…

Bridge replacement to cause three-year detour

Bridge replacement to cause three-year detour

Work is to begin the week of May 20 on a $67.2 million Florida Department of Transportation project to construct a new bridge to replace the 90-year-old bascule bridge along…

Brickell Avenue Bridge hours change may be permanent

Brickell Avenue Bridge hours change may be permanent

The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is conducting a traffic study that includes a temporary change in the schedule of openings of the Brickell Avenue Bridge. Depending on what the…

Super Bowl donation from downtown facing a squeeze

Super Bowl donation from downtown facing a squeeze

The two committees of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority agreed Friday to donate $220,000 to the host committee of Super Bowl 54. The breakdown will be $100,000 in cash, with the…

No Ferris wheel for Maurice A. Ferre Park

No Ferris wheel for Maurice A. Ferre Park

There will not be a Ferris wheel erected at Maurice A. Ferré Park on the City of Miami waterfront. That was the clear message from city commissioners March 28. Will…

Transit fare collections far short of ‘ludicrous’ projections

Transit fare collections far short of ‘ludicrous’ projections

By 2023, transit fares will fall about $791 million short of 2002 estimates when Miami-Dade launched the People’s Transportation Plan (PTP) and voters OK’d a half-percent tax to add transit.…

Ex-Mayor Maurice Ferré pleads to bar bayfront Ferris wheel

Ex-Mayor Maurice Ferré pleads to bar bayfront Ferris wheel

One of Miami’s most revered and celebrated former mayors, Maurice A. Ferré, this week delivered a strong message to current leaders at City Hall: Save the waterfront. In a detailed,…

Super Bowl financing bid leaves downtown Miami cold

Super Bowl financing bid leaves downtown Miami cold

Representatives of Super Bowl 54 approached Miami’s Downtown Development Authority last week to ask for $300,000 in funding. The answer: maybe. The presentation opened with a short video about Miami’s…

Juggernaut mall touted to replace Miami golf course

Juggernaut mall touted to replace Miami golf course

Miami Commissioner Joe Carollo is convinced a mall built beside Miami International Airport on city-owned land that today is a golf course would become one of the nation’s most successful…

Surprise move unsnarls Miami-Dade transit surtax

Surprise move unsnarls Miami-Dade transit surtax

After a decade of subsidizing existing services, the surtax known as the “half-penny” this October will return to its original purpose: paying for additions, improvements and expansion of transportation, transit…

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