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Plan to alter 80 Miami-Dade bus routes at $20 million a year heads to vote

A county committee has ad­opted a resolution to widely adjust bus routes as part of the Better Bus Network created in 2018. The changes would affect 80 of the 99 routes and require about $20 million…

After $345 million buildout, Brightline to run new intercity rail

After $345 million buildout, Brightline to run new intercity rail

As heralded by a 2019 decision by Miami-Dade commissioners to pay $76 million for a Brightline station near Aventura Mall, county transportation decision-makers last week endorsed the for-profit inter-city rail…

Melreese soccer development seen as airport safety threat

Melreese soccer development seen as airport safety threat

Several county departments have joined the agency that runs Miami International Airport (MIA) in citing safety, traffic and commercial concerns with a soccer stadium complex proposed on nearby City of…

Big names vie to build first Miami International Airport hotel in 60 years

Big names vie to build first Miami International Airport hotel in 60 years

Three firms are on a shortlist to build the first new hotel at Miami International Airport (MIA) in more than six decades, and they feature names known to the Miami-Dade…

Last pair of Metrorail cars ordered in 2012 finally on track

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…

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…

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