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Wynwood pictures way to avoid city’s art spending rules

There’s been some movement in the efforts of the Wynwood Business Improvement District (BID) to obtain a carve-out from the City of Miami’s Art in Public Places program but victory…

North Miami’s city manager joins Miami’s parking board

Miami city commissioners have shown a desire to bring change to the impoverished West Grove, but some longtime residents fear those changes will force them out. At its last meeting…

Bank of America letter of credit buoys seaport financial rating

Fitch Ratings last week assigned a rating of ‘F1’ to $200 million in new Miami-Dade County Seaport commercial paper notes in two series, one taxable and the other non-taxable. The…

With its tax payments soaring, Wynwood asks for services in return

Directors of Wynwood’s Business Improvement District (BID) will approach city and county officials to get services they say they are entitled to, based on skyrocketing property taxes and a robust…

Airport wants to eradicate old taxi lot, build a new one

Miami-Dade commissioners are to vote Sept. 7 on moving the taxi lot at Miami International Airport with the Florida Department of Transportation paying $900,915 of the cost. “The taxi lot…

Miami-Dade looks to dedicated lanes to get buses to run on schedule

With bus on-time records still lagging below the target set in the 2014 Transit Development Plan Major Update, Miami-Dade’s Transportation Department is rolling out creative solutions to fight traffic and…

Volkswagen unit plans 2,500 powerful car charging stations

Electric-car drivers in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties just got a boost, even if it comes from an unlikely source. The tri-county area will be the beneficiary of the…

Mayor Gimenez looks hard at mobility fee to fuel transportation

Mayor Carlos Giménez plans an extensive study of creating a mobility fee to fund “available transit and transportation alternatives” in Miami-Dade County. The fee would be geared to replace the…

Reversible lanes may be tried on key county arteries by 2019

The county should switch to reversible traffic lanes along two heavily traveled northwest corridors, the Department of Transportation and Public Works recommended last week, moving forward a more detailed study…

8-story apartments near airport get conditional OK

The chairman of both the Miami-Dade Commission and the Transportation Planning Organization says he will seek a planning organization vote by October to declare a north-south transportation corridor the county’s…

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