Passengers board a Metrorail train at the Miami International Airport terminal, home to the only extension track built since county voters approved a half-percent sales tax in 2002 to fund an expansion of the train system and other transit projects. The county’s transit agency is asking for another year of spending authority for consultants studying the feasibility of expanding Metrorail.
Passengers board a Metrorail train at the Miami International Airport terminal, home to the only extension track built since county voters approved a half-percent sales tax in 2002 to fund an expansion of the train system and other transit projects. The county’s transit agency is asking for another year of spending authority for consultants studying the feasibility of expanding Metrorail. C.M. GUERRERO. cmguerrero@miamiherald.com
Passengers board a Metrorail train at the Miami International Airport terminal, home to the only extension track built since county voters approved a half-percent sales tax in 2002 to fund an expansion of the train system and other transit projects. The county’s transit agency is asking for another year of spending authority for consultants studying the feasibility of expanding Metrorail. C.M. GUERRERO. cmguerrero@miamiherald.com

Should Miami-Dade expand Metrorail? Answering that question needs to wait.

March 06, 2018 07:38 AM