56 new ‘smart’ signals speeding traffic flow

Fifty-six more Miami-Dade traffic signals have been updated to be ‘smart’ signals that adjust red-green timing in a blink to flow traffic as fast as possible.
County officials inked a $150 million contract with Siemens Mobility last summer to upgrade …

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Brickell City Centre shops exude optimism

Like every other business in the hospitality and tourism industry, The Shops at Brickell City Centre felt the effects of the pandemic, but managed to power through and keep businesses intact. 
Still being a relatively new lifestyle commercial center, Brickell …

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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 not what will ultimately be built there, Commissioner Joe Martinez …

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Miami Dade College enrollment bouncing back

As students adjust to new campus protocols, Miami Dade College has seen an increase in enrollment, narrowing its gap to a 7% total decline from pre-covid days compared to 12% last fall. 
MDC’s Wolfson Campus downtown has been focused on …

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New Miami-Dade Courthouse falling father behind

Construction of Miami-Dade’s new courthouse is further behind schedule and has grown costlier due to several unforeseen snags, though by how much is being debated by the county and the development group erecting the building.
The new civil and probate …

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Miami starts celebrating 125th birthday

At a press conference on the steps of Miami Senior High School, the City of Miami announced this month the beginning of a countdown leading up to the 125th anniversary of its incorporation on July 28, 1896. The six-month celebration …

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