The 25-mile Metrorail system has only expanded about three  miles since Miami-Dade voters approved a transportation tax in 2002 that now generates nearly $300 million a year. A transportation board is trying to force a dramatic shift in funding to transit projects.
The 25-mile Metrorail system has only expanded about three miles since Miami-Dade voters approved a transportation tax in 2002 that now generates nearly $300 million a year. A transportation board is trying to force a dramatic shift in funding to transit projects. Hector Gabino Miami Herald file photo
The 25-mile Metrorail system has only expanded about three miles since Miami-Dade voters approved a transportation tax in 2002 that now generates nearly $300 million a year. A transportation board is trying to force a dramatic shift in funding to transit projects. Hector Gabino Miami Herald file photo

How an obscure Miami-Dade transit board may snag $95 million to expand Metrorail

August 25, 2018 06:00 AM