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Metrorail leg to north could depend on state, federal funds

Whether Metrorail rolls northward could depend on state and federal fund pledges, Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Giménez says. His office last year drafted a request for proposals (RFP) for 9.5 miles through Miami Gardens known as the North…

CNG buses could roll on new I-75 route by April

CNG buses could roll on new I-75 route by April

A new I-75 bus route between Miami Gardens and a Metrorail station in Medley could by April be served by seven new buses, and the Florida Department of Transportation would…

Electric moped rental fleet hits Miami’s streets

Electric moped rental fleet hits Miami’s streets

After coming to an agreement with the Miami Parking Authority, an electric moped sharing company has unleashed its fleet to the Miami streets and is slated to bring more than…

All-free Miami-Dade transit is answer, Xavier Suarez says

All-free Miami-Dade transit is answer, Xavier Suarez says

Among attempts to regain riders on Miami-Dade transit, some, like contactless payment and monthly discounts, are here now. Others, like Transit Alliance’s redesign of the Metrobus route network, are near.…

Are electric buses due to replace Metrobuses too soon or too late?

Are electric buses due to replace Metrobuses too soon or too late?

Talks last week over a report that found Transportation Director Alice Bravo’s mishandling of a bus order delayed replacing aging Metrobuses led to discord among Miami-Dade commissioners and staff about…

Tri-Rail into downtown Miami awaits Brightline’s action

Tri-Rail into downtown Miami awaits Brightline’s action

Thousands of would-be downtown commuters wait anxiously to learn when Tri-Rail trains will roll into Miami Central station, and they aren’t alone. The South Florida Regional Transportation Authority, Tri-Rail’s parent,…

Metromover repairs of falling concrete may dip into transit tax

Metromover repairs of falling concrete may dip into transit tax

Repairs to unstable concrete on the Brickell and Omni Metromover loops could begin next month, provided Miami-Dade lawmakers OK spending $5 million in People’s Transportation Plan (PTP) funds. County commissioners…

Deal would bring 750 shared electric mopeds to Miami

Deal would bring 750 shared electric mopeds to Miami

Soon, 750 black-and-blue electric mopeds will be zooming at up to 30 miles an hour through the streets of Miami. The Miami Parking Authority Board of Directors last week gave…

Virgin Train to run from PortMiami to Disney World

Virgin Train to run from PortMiami to Disney World

Within three years, Florida’s visitors and residents may be able to go to Disney World or Universal Studios, then take a Virgin Train directly from Orlando International Airport to PortMiami…

Per passenger cost up 10% as transit ridership fell 8 million

Per passenger cost up 10% as transit ridership fell 8 million

Ridership on Miami-Dade transit fell by nearly 8 million passenger trips between 2017 and 2018, resulting in higher per-passenger operating costs, figures released by the county Department of Transportation and…

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