Passengers board the new Metrorail trains at the Miami International Airport terminal, the lone expansion of the train system implemented since Miami-Dade voters approved a half-percent sales tax in 2002 dedicated to transportation.  Miami-Dade is seeking private transit proposals as a way to speed up the development of new projects.
Passengers board the new Metrorail trains at the Miami International Airport terminal, the lone expansion of the train system implemented since Miami-Dade voters approved a half-percent sales tax in 2002 dedicated to transportation. Miami-Dade is seeking private transit proposals as a way to speed up the development of new projects. Miami Herald file photo
Passengers board the new Metrorail trains at the Miami International Airport terminal, the lone expansion of the train system implemented since Miami-Dade voters approved a half-percent sales tax in 2002 dedicated to transportation. Miami-Dade is seeking private transit proposals as a way to speed up the development of new projects. Miami Herald file photo

A Miami monorail? County seeks private transit projects during Metrorail stalemate

April 30, 2018 07:27 PM