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Last pair of Metrorail cars ordered in 2012 finally on track

A more than 8½-year effort to replace Miami-Dade’s Metrorail fleet is nearly over, as the county last week accepted and is now testing the last pair of new railcars from manufacturer Hitachi Rail Italy before adding…

Plans for Metrorail to north forecast to be derailed

Plans for Metrorail to north forecast to be derailed

A Metrorail extension may be among the rapid transit upgrade proposals Miami-Dade receives for the 9.5-mile commuting route between the northernmost Metrorail station and the Broward County line, but it’s…

Signature Bridge rising in downtown Miami

Signature Bridge rising in downtown Miami

The Signature Bridge is rising. Prefabricated segments of what promises to be an iconic highway bridge in downtown Miami are being placed by construction crews as the I-395/SR 836/I-95 Design-Build…

County drafts downtown Miami transit-oriented revamp

County drafts downtown Miami transit-oriented revamp

After several delays, a report meant to guide the first phase of a planned redevelopment of 32 acres in the downtown Government Center area should be done by summer, according…

Miami Beach trolleys ready to roll again

Miami Beach trolleys ready to roll again

After nearly a year off the road, Miami Beach’s trolley service is to resume late next month with limited trips and safety measures in place.  Commissioners on Jan. 13 gave…

Miami Beach extends and expands Slow Streets initiative

Miami Beach extends and expands Slow Streets initiative

A Miami Beach pilot program aimed at encouraging walkers, cyclists and drivers to share the roads in Flamingo Park has been extended and expanded following a positive public response, city…

County-developer deal around Dolphin Station nears

County-developer deal around Dolphin Station nears

Negotiations with an unnamed company to develop up to 44 acres around Dolphin Station in West Dade are nearing the homestretch, says the project’s chief supporter, Miami-Dade Commission Chairman-elect Jose…

South Dade Bus Rapid Transit faces new roadblocks

South Dade Bus Rapid Transit faces new roadblocks

The plan for bus rapid transit (BRT) on the South Dade Transitway is intact – for now – as Miami-Dade commissioners Tuesday punted two items targeting further action on the…

Heralded Underdeck park beneath I-395 still lacks plans and costs

Heralded Underdeck park beneath I-395 still lacks plans and costs

The Underdeck, a 33-acre downtown Miami illuminated park underneath a redesigned I-395, is well underway and should be completed by fall 2024, the Florida Department of Transportation says. But firm…

Passengers winging back at Miami International Airport

Passengers winging back at Miami International Airport

It turns out Miami-Dade Aviation Director Lester Sola may have overestimated how quickly Miami International Airport (MIA) would bounce back from pandemic-driven passenger drop-offs. In late September, he told Miami…

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