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Miami International Airport arrivals key to Miami Beach health

Some in Miami Beach are looking to Miami International Airport arrival figures as a marker of the health of the city’s leisure and tourism industry, no longer relying solely on diminishing hotel occupancy rates as the…

Frustrated with Smart plan, county seeking private transit partner

Frustrated with Smart plan, county seeking private transit partner

Miami-Dade’s six corridor transit expansion, the SMART plan, this week hit a snag, delaying studies an additional year. Frustrated commissioners said the county has to be more honest with the…

First autonomous operations terminal for Ford in Miami

First autonomous operations terminal for Ford in Miami

Ford Motor Co., which began creating and testing new connections between automotive and computer technology in January 2015 at its Ford Research and Innovation Center in Palo Alto, CA, has…

Miami International Airport improves for on-time flights

Miami International Airport improves for on-time flights

Jetsetters flying from Miami International can expect their aircraft to be, far more likely than not, on schedule. Organizations including the Official Aviation Guide of the Airways (OAG) and the…

25% of Miami-Dade buses run free because fare boxes broken

25% of Miami-Dade buses run free because fare boxes broken

With Miami-Dade struggling to find innovative ways to funnel money into its SMART plan to add rapid transit while also keeping up with daily operations, the Transportation Workers Union says…

Half-penny transportation tax may be on November ballot

Half-penny transportation tax may be on November ballot

Another half-penny transportation tax may be on the November ballot as Miami-Dade scrambles to add transit. At last week’s Chairman’s Policy Council, Commissioner Jean Monestime said he’ll ask attorneys to…

Fastrack Institute unveils surprise answer to Miami traffic woes

Fastrack Institute unveils surprise answer to Miami traffic woes

After launching a 16-week competition to find a comprehensive solution to all of Miami’s transportation problems, the Fastrack Institute on Tuesday announced Team Citi.moov as the winner of its Miami…

Miami-Dade closes in on waterborne transportation system

Miami-Dade closes in on waterborne transportation system

It hasn’t been clear sailing for Miami-Dade officials studying the feasibility of a waterborne transportation system. They’re having to navigate around obstacles from water depth to infrastructure to regulations. That…

Brightline startup potential: 4,800 passengers a day

Brightline startup potential: 4,800 passengers a day

Startup Brightline rail service to link Fort Lauderdale with West Palm Beach is to begin sometime next week with 10 northbound and 10 southbound trips daily – the potential to…

Miami-Dade transit takes worst plunge in use ever

Miami-Dade transit takes worst plunge in use ever

Miami-Dade’s beleaguered transit system took its worst plunge in use ever in the past fiscal year, new figures reveal. Ridership among all four transit modes declined a combined 9.6% as…

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