Major League Soccer owner David Beckham may want to put a soccer stadium at PortMiami, but at least one global company is ready to tackle the star’s plan before it’s even launched.
The largest ship to home port in Miami year-round arrived at PortMiami Thursday morning.
Major League Soccer in Miami is one step closer to becoming reality. David Beckham is coming back to South Florida for what’s sure to be a star-studded affair amid plans to bring his pro-soccer team to Miami.
If your travels take you take you to Miami Beach late Thursday into Friday, there is a traffic advisory you need to be aware of.
More than four million cruise passengers passed through PortMiami this year making it the world’s busiest cruise port, said PortMiami officials Thursday.
The Miami-Dade County Commission approved legislation Tuesday that allows Mayor Carlos Gimenez to identify possible stadium locations and begin negotiations with private developers of a stadium.
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.
Downtown Miami residents, businesses and PortMiami have waited years for a new I-395 bridge. Tuesday an announcement was made that is designed to create a path forward to a new bridge.
PortMiami is taking its container handling capabilities to new heights Monday with arrival of four new Super-Post Panamax cranes.
The Florida East Coast Railway will restore freight rail service between PortMiami and major U.S. markets in October.