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Academics are working with the U.S. military on creating a ‘perfect,’ self-healing coral reef that can withstand disease, warming temperatures and sea rise.
The South Florida county’s payroll arm was overpaying hundreds of employees a month after the launch of a $66 million administrative software system, an audit by the clerk has found.
Plus, AT&T is opening a center to support digital equity in Miami, Kansas is the latest state to submit its five-year broadband action plan to the federal government, and more.
Miami-Dade County Public Schools' purchase of 20 electric, zero-emission buses, while they constitute only a fraction of its full 999-bus fleet, will be followed by 30 more electric buses by 2025.
The city of Miami has created a data visualization in less than a month as part of an effort to educate and inform both city residents and local businesses about the city. The tool has a wealth of regional data to explore.
Housing and other development built in concert with transit stops are solving the persistent last-mile gaps in U.S. transportation planning. In Miami, a new development could serve as a model for other cities.
In a sign of yet another demand placed on already busy curbs, officials at the recent CoMotion Miami conference weighed in on the placement of urban EV chargers. Spoiler alert: they don’t like the idea of a single-use curbside.
Despite growing up with technology, many graduating students today lack practical training with AI, UI/UX, product management or digital content creation, and businesses could work with universities to build these skills.
With considerable state funding and industry partnerships, South Florida's colleges and universities are rushing to attract and prepare students to accommodate recent growth in Miami’s technology and finance sectors.
A new report by StreetLight Data underscores how traffic patterns across U.S. downtown areas have been reshaped by the pandemic. Remote work and changes in travel preferences offer new challenges for urban planners and transit agencies.