Airport passengers and commuters leave a Metrorail car at the station at Miami International Airport, the last stop on the roughly two miles of track added to the system 15 years after Miami-Dade voters approved a half-percent sales tax that was supposed to deliver a countywide expansion of the rail system.
Airport passengers and commuters leave a Metrorail car at the station at Miami International Airport, the last stop on the roughly two miles of track added to the system 15 years after Miami-Dade voters approved a half-percent sales tax that was supposed to deliver a countywide expansion of the rail system. C.M. Guerrero El Nuevo Herald
Airport passengers and commuters leave a Metrorail car at the station at Miami International Airport, the last stop on the roughly two miles of track added to the system 15 years after Miami-Dade voters approved a half-percent sales tax that was supposed to deliver a countywide expansion of the rail system. C.M. Guerrero El Nuevo Herald

Can Miami-Dade afford more rail? Or will it settle for buses?

July 16, 2017 5:37 PM