Late night partiers and those people who work the late shift near downtown Miami take note – a major closure is scheduled for Sunday morning.
Those who rely on Miami-Dade buses to get around should be prepared to make changes for new bus routes that will take effect June 23rd.
Two mayors and an Olympian biked to work Friday as part of (of course) National Bike To Work Day.
Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez said he is optimistic the county is improving as it battles back from the Great Recession.
Tri-Rail commuters and leisure riders will be able to catch a Tri-Rail train every hour on the weekend and holidays beginning Saturday, March 2.
Despite a disastrous start to the 2012 school year for its bus service, Broward Schools awarded a mid-level supervisor in its embattled transportation department more than $41,000 in salary bonuses during the last six months, records show.
South Miami-Dade residents are about to find out about big plans that could impact their daily commute and perhaps their pocketbook.
Motorists increasingly desperate for a fill-up fumed in long lines at gas stations and screamed at each other Friday as fuel shortages in Superstorm Sandy’s wake spread across the metropolitan area.
The Miami-Dade School District says that by adding 255 new buses this fall, it will save money. That’s right: save money. But the benefits extend beyond savings.
“Let’s muscle through it.” That is the mentality of both drivers and construction workers ahead of major road closures along I-595 this weekend. Inside, a complete breakdown of this weekend’s closures.