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The Florida Times-UnionA building project designed to link Jacksonville's Riverside Arts Market to the Five Points area surfaced in legislation filed this week in the City Council. Mayor Alvin Brown is asking the council to allot $4.3 million to work on a sequence of...
Miami HeraldMiami commissioners quickly shortened what had promised to be a lengthy meeting Thursday by continuing several items, including a handful of zoning issues, until meetings in May. Among the delayed votes was a high-profile one on a large mixed-use...
Tags: Grandy, The Miami Herald, Voting, Elections, Lobbying
The Tampa TribuneTraffic at the Bahia Beach restoration site near the shoreline of Tampa Bay is picking up. Chattering black-necked stilts dance along the shoreline of the newly created estuarine wetland here, as a small flock of lesser scaup -- ducks visiting for the...
Tags: Tampa, Renovation, Wetlands, Agriculture, Hillsborough County
The Florida Department of Transportation will spend $9.4 million to make emergency repairs to the old Flagler Memorial Bridge in West Palm Beach. On Wednesday, the department awarded a contract to Archer Western Contractors to stabilize the 76-year-old...
Eight years after landing federal money for the project, the city has finally started a $17 million reconstruction of West Church Street that's meant to dress up a main corridor linking the Florida Citrus Bowl to downtown Orlando. The streetscape work...
Florida Keys KeynoterBefore suing to release a report on the physical state of the old Seven Mile Bridge, Monroe County will ask nicely. Under a 2008 state law, the Florida Department of Transportation can withhold engineering reports on public buildings and facilities....
Q: When is the next milestone for the Interstate 595 reconstruction? Progress seems to be somewhat stagnant as of late. George Kaspriske, Plantation A: The new westbound off-ramp to Pine Island Road will open in the next few weeks. The new ramp begins...
If a columnist writes about abortion, a response through the roof is guaranteed. But red-light cameras? Who knew you cared so much? It turns out that Lake County residents have passionate feelings about red-light cameras, those devices that take video...
Q: New traffic signals were recently installed at the intersection of Powerline Road and Northwest 13th Street in Fort Lauderdale. The problem is the left lane signals don't last long enough to clear traffic. Before the signals were upgraded, the left...
Central Florida Political Pulse - Orlando SentinelTALLAHASSEE — A few cities lined up Wednesday to oppose parts of a bill that would allow the state Department of Transportation to override local government land-use plans for development around the proposed SunRail train slated to run through...
Q: How do traffic maps on the Internet and mobile traffic apps get their data? Does it come from the roadside traffic cameras, satellite GPS or cellphone tower signals that measure speed and distance? Who's watching us? Mary Lou Cruz, Miami A: The...
Q: For years, vehicle tags in Florida didn't display the name of the county but showed "Sunshine State" instead. I was recently in Orlando and saw many tags with county names. Is the state going back to putting the county names on plates where the car...
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