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Virgin Trains USA starts building rail line to Orlando

Virgin Trains USA announced Tuesday that construction of its highly anticipated expansion from Palm Beach County to Orlando is underway, beginning with preliminary groundwork for a 70-acre maintenance facility and 3.5-mile rail section at Orlando International…

Miami, state to partner on 30-acre park under I-395

Miami, state to partner on 30-acre park under I-395

The City of Miami is preparing to partner with the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) in the development of the space under I-395 in Downtown Miami. Legislation to approve the…

Miami International Airport expands global offerings

Miami International Airport expands global offerings

Miami International Airport continues to expand its international offerings, both for passengers and freight forwarders. “Four international carriers have scheduled entries into the Miami market in 2019,” said Greg Chin,…

Seatrade Cruise Global sails back to Miami Beach

Seatrade Cruise Global sails back to Miami Beach

Seatrade Cruise Global 2019, a leading global business-to-business event for the cruise industry, returns to Miami Beach Convention Center April 8-11 after a four-year absence. The event is expected to…

Will on-demand and trolleys slay county transit?

Will on-demand and trolleys slay county transit?

As Miami-Dade residents continue leaving county transit for city transportation services and other alternatives, some county commissioners are wondering aloud if the shift could be permanent – and what should…

Technology to enhance traffic flow on Miami-Dade radar

Technology to enhance traffic flow on Miami-Dade radar

Big plans are up the road to improve Miami-Dade mobility in 2019, as county transportation personnel look to technology to enhance traffic flow and a transit advocacy nonprofit’s plan to…

Adaptive signal technology reducing Miami driving times

Adaptive signal technology reducing Miami driving times

Newly unveiled driving time savings on two major Miami-Dade corridors recently outfitted with adaptive signal technology are encouraging, Transportation Director Alice Bravo said Monday. In October, Ms. Bravo told Miami…

Miami Design District, city unite to support valet services

Miami Design District, city unite to support valet services

An agreement between the Miami Parking Authority and Miami Design District Associates LLC will help financially support a valet parking service in the growing neighborhood of luxury shops and establishments…

European Embassair to develop 10 acres for luxury jets

European Embassair to develop 10 acres for luxury jets

Miami-Opa Locka Executive Airport’s luxury services are due to expand, as Miami-Dade commissioners approved without a word an up to 35-year lease with European aircraft company Embassair to develop 10.2…

Miami International Airport direct Asia flights in works

Miami International Airport direct Asia flights in works

More than a year after Miami-Dade Aviation claimed Miami International Airport was “about two years” from a establishing direct flights to Asia, little progress has been made, according to Chris…

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