Airport passengers and commuters board Metrorail at Miami Internationaal Airport. The three-mile extension to the airport, opened in 2012, was the only expansion of the rail system delivered after voters in 2002 agreed to a new half-percent transportation tax that came with promises of multiple new Metrorail routes.
Airport passengers and commuters board Metrorail at Miami Internationaal Airport. The three-mile extension to the airport, opened in 2012, was the only expansion of the rail system delivered after voters in 2002 agreed to a new half-percent transportation tax that came with promises of multiple new Metrorail routes. C.M. GUERRERO. cmguerrero@elnuevoherald.com
Airport passengers and commuters board Metrorail at Miami Internationaal Airport. The three-mile extension to the airport, opened in 2012, was the only expansion of the rail system delivered after voters in 2002 agreed to a new half-percent transportation tax that came with promises of multiple new Metrorail routes. C.M. GUERRERO. cmguerrero@elnuevoherald.com

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