Approximately 500,00 Miami Heat fans are expected to line the streets of the downtown area and pack the AmericanAirlines Arena on Monday for the Parade of Champions and celebration.
Miami Heat fans not done celebrating this year’s championship win will have a chance to see all the players together at Monday’s parade.
Miami’s automated Metromover trains are moving again, except for the Brickell Loop.
President Barack Obama will be making his way into Miami Friday afternoon which means there will be a traffic nightmare once again in downtown Miami.
On Thursday afternoon, President Barack Obama is scheduled to be in Coral Gables and downtown Miami, impacting Metrobus, Metrorail and Metromover services. INSIDE: A breakdown of the closures.
Miami-Dade has issued an evacuation order for people who live in mobile home parks, unsafe structures and areas prone to flooding.
It took 28 years, but good things are worth the wait: on Saturday, Metrorail began traveling to MIA. Inside: sample routes and travel times.
Miami-Dade Transit wants its patrons to be aware that on Independence Day, Wednesday, July 4, 2012, MDT will operate on a Sunday schedule. Therefore, service hours are as follows: METROBUS: All bus routes will run […]
Thousands of people turned out throughout downtown Miami Monday morning for the Miami Heat’s Parade of Champions.
More orange and green trolleys are taking over the streets of Miami and before you know it, Miami may soon resemble the roads of San Francisco.