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Brightline pact has a Wynwood station on track

A binding deal between Miami-Dade and Brightline for a Miami-to-Aventura commuter rail line isn’t signed, but details of the project – including plans for a station in Wynwood – are coming into focus. County commissioners Nov. 13…

Big set-asides cut into Miami-Dade bus routes revamp

Big set-asides cut into Miami-Dade bus routes revamp

After more than two years of studies, workshops and outreach, Transit Alliance Miami’s plan to give Miami-Dade’s Metrobus route network its first comprehensive overhaul in 35 years is nearly done.…

Miami-Miami Beach ferry service ‘at one-yard line’

Miami-Miami Beach ferry service ‘at one-yard line’

Poseidon Ferry LLC, soon to offer daily waterborne commuter transportation between Miami and Miami Beach, will officially launch with an evening Music Cruise on Nov. 6, said CEO Johnathan Silva.…

Part of new electric bus fleet reserved for SR 836

Part of new electric bus fleet reserved for SR 836

Of up to 75 electric buses Miami-Dade is buying from a California manufacturer, 10 will be reserved for express service on the 836 and none will run on the South…

Miami Beach raises red flags over county’s monorail push

Miami Beach raises red flags over county’s monorail push

Miami-Dade County officials may soon take the next step toward developing a “mass-transit solution” in Miami Beach, but city administrators have some concerns.  According to a memo to be addressed…

50% of Miami International Airport passengers likely to return in 2020

50% of Miami International Airport passengers likely to return in 2020

In April, amid coronavirus-driven shutdowns, passenger movements at Miami International Airport (MIA) plummeted. Four months later, as international travel strictures loosen, they’ve begun to rebound. But there’ still a long…

Miami drivers likely to beat congestion a while longer

Miami drivers likely to beat congestion a while longer

Traffic has dropped across the nation since the pandemic hit, and the appeal of open roads has proven to be a dangerous temptation for drivers. The result has been a…

A third of Miami-Dade drivers carry suspended licenses

A third of Miami-Dade drivers carry suspended licenses

A new team could soon be looking at easing driver license suspensions in Miami-Dade, which proponents say will benefit residents’ wallets and government coffers. County commissioners Oct. 6 are to…

Freebee downtown service launch back on track for October

Freebee downtown service launch back on track for October

 The coronavirus put the skids on a planned expansion of transportation service Freebee into the Central Business District of Miami earlier this year, to be funded by the Miami Parking…

South Dade seeks formal Metrorail-ready program

South Dade seeks formal Metrorail-ready program

When Miami-Dade’s transportation board voted to upgrade the South Dade Transitway with bus rapid transit (BRT), Metrorail advocates were assured that when ridership gets high enough, the corridor will be…

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