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Promotions to help buyers are restoring car sales

Automotive sales plummeted in April following the coronavirus market crash, shutdown and resulting economic uncertainty, and some local and national dealers are offering new promotions to help buyers finance cars. Goodcarbadcar.net, which produces a month-by-month analysis of…

Pandemic transportation changes could become permanent

Pandemic transportation changes could become permanent

Miami-Dade’s transportation picture has been in flux since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, and many changes – including new safety strictures, increased telecommuting and a rise in non-motorized mobility…

Lockdown let state accelerate massive I-395 project

Lockdown let state accelerate massive I-395 project

The dramatic drop in traffic on Miami’s streets and freeways resulting from the health crisis has allowed the state transportation department to accelerate the progress on the I-395/SR 836/I-95 Design-Build…

Electric cargo bicycles will roll through heart of Miami

Electric cargo bicycles will roll through heart of Miami

Miami’s bustling urban core will be the testing ground for electric cargo bicycles. City commissioners last week approved a one-year pilot program for the e-cargo bikes, touting them as an…

Plans for Metrorail line headed north may be going south

Plans for Metrorail line headed north may be going south

At least one prominent Miami-Dade official is having second thoughts about pursuing a northern Metrorail extension, citing figures from a new report that favor two cheaper, easier alternatives. County Commission…

South Dixie Highway faces 10 months of disruption

South Dixie Highway faces 10 months of disruption

A 10-month roadway project that was to begin this week is expected to close driving lanes from time to time along two segments of normally congested South Dixie Highway, which…

Miami-Dade Transit ridership falls 80%

Miami-Dade Transit ridership falls 80%

  Miami-Dade Transit ridership has fallen 80% below normal due to business closure mandates, social distancing and other Covid-19 prevention measures, county Transportation and Public Works (TPW) Director Alice Bravo…

State accelerates Signature Bridge and related projects

State accelerates Signature Bridge and related projects

  Miami’s notoriously crowded streets have become the road less traveled with the sweeping impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. With most businesses, stores and shops shut down and social distancing…

Funding for $5 billion in MIA improvements left on standby

Funding for $5 billion in MIA improvements left on standby

  Miami International Airport’s (MIA) $5 billion capital improvement work is already underway, and after several delays, OK of bonds to fund the 15-year job was set to finally take…

Major roadwork on Palmetto Expressway drives ahead

Major roadwork on Palmetto Expressway drives ahead

Major roadwork on the Palmetto continues this week for the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) despite the global coronavirus pandemic bringing much of our daily lives to a screeching halt.…

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