University of Miami students and scientists have mobilized to save as many corals as possible from the shipping channel at the entrance to PortMiami.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says a project to deepen two channels approaching the port is about 35 percent complete. Dredging is expected to finish in July 2015.
Divers are collecting corals from a shipping channel off Port Miami in an effort to save them. Plans call for the channel to be deepened to accommodate much bigger ships that soon will pass through a widened Panama Canal.
After decades of planning and four years of construction, the PortMiami Tunnel will soon be open for travel.
Locals are slated to gather for the PortMiami Tunnel dedication ceremony on Monday, May 18th.
It’s been two months since the English soccer star hopped on a stage, his back to Miami’s sparkling Biscayne Bay, and announced plans to start a Major League Soccer franchise. The plan — and Beckham — have been almost universally accepted by every sector of the city.
Retired soccer great David Beckham has been making the rounds in South Florida in his campaign to build a Major League Soccer stadium in Miami.
Hoping not to have county officials red card his plans for a Major League Soccer team and stadium in Miami, retired soccer great David Beckham is back in town.
There could be a change of venue for the David Beckham’s proposed MLS stadium.
The engineering gem that is the PortMiami Tunnel is poised to open by Memorial Day, just four years after construction began on the mile-long, four lane, twin tube built with the sweat equity of thousands of workers and a 3,000 ton drill named Harriett.
While soccer superstar David Beckham eyes PortMiami for a possible Major League Soccer stadium, a group of Miami-Dade mayors have signed on against the plan.