Passengers board the new Metrorail trains at the Miami International Airport terminal, the end point of a three-mile extension that is the only new segment of a county rail system that launched in the 1980s. Miami-Dade wants to loosen development rules along transit corridors to boost ridership and funding for transit.
Passengers board the new Metrorail trains at the Miami International Airport terminal, the end point of a three-mile extension that is the only new segment of a county rail system that launched in the 1980s. Miami-Dade wants to loosen development rules along transit corridors to boost ridership and funding for transit. C.M. GUERRERO. cmguerrero@miamiherald.com
Passengers board the new Metrorail trains at the Miami International Airport terminal, the end point of a three-mile extension that is the only new segment of a county rail system that launched in the 1980s. Miami-Dade wants to loosen development rules along transit corridors to boost ridership and funding for transit. C.M. GUERRERO. cmguerrero@miamiherald.com