Miami Port

MIAMI - MAY 25:  Cruise ships dock at the Port of Miami May 25, 2003 in Miami, Florida. These ships are docked along the waterway known as Government Cut which is the home to many cruise ships and container ships. Statistics for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2002, show that passenger traffic at the Port of Miami was up 7.4 percent from last year with 3,642,990 people cruising the high seas. The cargo side of the business also experienced a boost with 8,681,735 tons moving through the Port, representing a 5.9 percent increase.  (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Miami Dredge Project Finds 18th Century Cannon

Workers made a historic discovery at Miami’s port while doing dredge work to deepen a channel.


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Dredging Underway At PortMiami

In an effort to attract larger ships, dredging has begun to deepen the harbors around PortMiami. Two channels approaching the port will be deepened from 44 feet to 52 feet. One also will be made wider.


Port of Miami officials say they are on track for a record breaking year.

Miami Considers Bond Issue To Pay Off Port Miami Loan

With a Port Miami loan coming due in the next few months, city officials are considering issuing more public debt.


Port of Miami officials say they are on track for a record breaking year.

Obama Administration Fast Tracks PortMiami Dredge Project

As part of the Obama administrations efforts to speed up public works projects across the country during a weak economy, they’ve announced they’ve accelerated their work on port projects in Miami, Jacksonville and three cities.