Florida’s economic development machine, Enterprise Florida, could soon be forced out of business. State lawmakers voted Tuesday afternoon to move forward with legislation eliminating it.It’s the public-private agency responsible for using tax dollars to ma
Our friends in Overtown have been warning Miami about this for several years but their words have fallen on deaf ears. The reality of All Aboard Florida and their hubris attitude is setting in in Miami. Read the reader comments. ... See MoreSee Less
The start of track work for Brightline, the express passenger train service that will begin operating this summer, has caused traffic havoc in northeast Miami with the closure of Northeast 79th and 82nd streets for a full week. Commuters can expect disruptions through mid-year as work progresses to…
This will be interesting to follow. The parent company of All Aboard Florida, Fortress Investment Group, has been bought out by a Japanese technology and telecommunications conglomerate. Will they embrace or divest the train assets? ... See MoreSee Less
Who wants to live next to the train tracks? Do you consider living next to the tracks luxury? Well, here is your chance!
And All Aboard Florida, which will operate the Brightline passenger train, has started construction on its own 275-unit apartment complex, between Datura and Evernia streets west of the Florida East Coast Railway tracks.