Main article: Transportation in South Florida In 2011 there were about 9,000 retail gas stations in the state Floridians consumed 21 million gallons of gasoline daily in 2011 ranking it third in national use behind California and Texas Motorists have the 45th lowest rate of car insurance in the U.S 24% are uninsured. .
3.3.2 Concourse J 1998 44.7% 1,773,054 55.3% 2,191,105. 3 See also Miami has a minority-majority population as non-Hispanic whites comprise less than half of the population 11.9% down from 41.7% in 1970 Hispanic or Latino (of any race) make up 70% of Miami's population as of the 2010 census the racial makeup of the population of Miami was 72.6% White American (including White Hispanic) 19.2% Black or African American 1% Asian American and the remainder belonged to other groups or was of mixed ancestry. Tri-Rail expansion After the Second Seminole War ended in 1842 Fitzpatrick's nephew William English re-established the plantation in Miami He charted the "Village of Miami" on the south bank of the Miami River and sold several plots of land When English died in California in 1852 his plantation died with him, Bal Harbour Shops Languages Flagler Street in Downtown Miami. Tampa 21/11 23/12 25/14 27/17 31/21 32/23 32/24 33/24 32/23 29/19 26/16 22/12 Brickell Key Park Brickell Haiti Haiti Downtown is home to many city county state and federal courthouses jails judge offices and law firms Some of the courthouses in Downtown are the Dade County Family Court U.S Court of Appeals Judge U.S District Court Clerk Miami-Dade County Courthouse Federal Courthouse U.S Magistrate Judge City of Miami courthouses and many others. .
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