09-20-17 — Miami Herald
Transit cuts in Miami-Dade spark budget revolt
Transit cuts almost threw Miami-Dade’s budget process into a ditch this week as county commissioners briefly voted to reject Mayor Carlos Gimenez’s proposed $7.4 billion spending plan for 2018.
08-31-17 — Miami Herald
Miami-Dade has yet to ask Washington for help building rail. Miami congressman: ‘C’mon, man.’
Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart, R-Miami, urged Miami-Dade to let him help secure significant federal aid for a transit project.
08-30-17 — Miami Herald
Tri-Rail expansion along Miami coast is halted for now over who would run the train
Tri-Rail may start a second line east of I-95, but studies needed for the venture are on hold as a for-profit rail company decides whether it would rather offer the service instead.
08-18-17 — Miami New Times
As County Prepares to Gut Public Buses and Trains, Angry Commuters Plan Protests
Though 7.7 million people ride public buses, Metrorail, and Metromover every month, Miami-Dade makes no apologies for its hellish transit system.
08-12-17 — Miami Herald
County paying transit consultants $12 million but can’t find $5 million to lift Metrorail cuts
As the $5 million in service cuts fuels more frustration for Metrorail passengers, Miami-Dade expects to pay consultants $12 million next year to study whether to expand the county’s rail system…
08-08-17 — Miami Bike Scene
Complete Streets: SE / SW 1st St. in Downtown Miami
New high-visibility bike lane painting has begun on SE / SW 1st Street in Downtown Miami. Work on the bus lane will begin soon.
07-22-17 — New York Times
Let's Get Excited About Maintenance!
While innovation—the social process of introducing new things—is important, most technologies around us are old, and for the smooth functioning of daily life, maintenance is more important.
07-13-17 — The Next Miami
Dade Plans To Further Reduce Metrorail Service In 2018
Miami-Dade is proposing budget cuts in 2018 that would result in the reduction of Metrorail service. Cuts will mean much longer waits for trains, and fewer operating hours.
05-05-17 — The Miami Herald
As transit ridership drops, Miami-Dade wants to cut bus stops and outsource routes
Miami-Dade’s bus system wants to trim stops and hire a private operator for some of its least-popular routes in a move to save millions of dollars during a rocky year for transit.
03-16-17 — The New Tropic
Watch and learn: How to ride Miami’s jitney
The New Tropic teaches you how to get onboard with the original ridesharing technology.