The dredge that will deepen Miami’s port, Governor Scott believes, will produce thousands of jobs statewide.
Gov. Rick Scott will be in South Florida Friday to get a better look at the dredging operation at PortMiami.
It’s still unclear who is to blame for the loss of dozens of car keys at a Miami parking lot. When the owners of those cars returned to PortMiami on Monday, they probably wished they had stayed at sea after learning they couldn’t get into their parked cars because the keys were missing.
PortMiami is taking its container handling capabilities to new heights Monday with arrival of four new Super-Post Panamax cranes.
Global trade at South Florida’s two seaports and two international airports is at record levels. We look at how that is a driving, positive force and explain why world trade is something that impacts all of us who live and work here.
A milestone in the construction of the Miami Tunnel at Port Miami. Monday morning, around 8 a.m., a massive drill nicknamed Harriet broke through on Watson Island and completed the westbound tunnel.
In a few days, perhaps sometime Monday, a huge drill bit – a round, iron digging device more than four stories high – will pop out of the earth on Watson Island, completing the second leg of the Miami Tunnel, the roundtrip, underground route connecting the mainland to Port Miami.
Gov. Rick Scott feels Florida is owed millions of your tax dollars.
Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez said he is optimistic the county is improving as it battles back from the Great Recession.
It’s business as usual at Port Miami and Port Everglades after a planned work stoppage by cargo crews was narrowly averted.