Technology is expanding especially in transportation and communications, Temple Israel of Greater Miami (1926) Old World. . The Miami Marlins and St Louis Cardinals conduct spring training in Jupiter at Roger Dean Stadium. Miami-Dade Transit (MDT) is the largest public transit agency in Florida operating rapid transit people movers and an intercity bus system Metrorail is Florida's only rapid transit currently with 23 stations on a 24.4-mile (39.3 km) track the Downtown Miami people mover Metromover operates 20 stations and three lines on a 4.4-mile (7.1 km) track through the Downtown neighborhoods of the Arts & Entertainment District the Central Business District and Brickell Metrobus serves the entirety of Miami-Dade County also serving Monroe County as far south as Marathon and Broward County as far north as downtown Fort Lauderdale in Broward County Broward County Transit runs public buses as does Palm Tran in Palm Beach County Additionally the South Florida Regional Transportation Authority operates Tri-Rail a commuter rail train that connects the three of the primary cities of South Florida (Miami Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach) and most intermediate points, (33.3) 92.0 4.1 Athletics LATAM Chile Punta Cana Santiago de Chile, 2.5 Miami Jewelry District Hurricanes are hazard in the western parts of the North Atlantic during the summer and autumn Due to a consistently strong wind shear and a weak Intertropical Convergence Zone South Atlantic tropical cyclones are rare! The collapse of the Florida land boom of the 1920s the 1926 Miami Hurricane and the Great Depression in the 1930s slowed development When World War II began Miami became a base for U.S defense against German submarines due to its prime location on the southern coast of Florida This brought an increase in Miami's population; 172,172 people lived in the city by 1940 the city's nickname the Magic City came from its rapid growth which was noticed by winter visitors who remarked that the city grew so much from one year to the next that it was like magic. Westwood Lakes Miami Seaquarium Tri-Rail storage yard Olympia Heights, Miami Florida Business directory.
An aerial view of Downtown including the neighborhoods of Brickell Park West Arts & Entertainment District and Edgewater, Airboating has become a popular ecotourism attraction in the Everglades, Skytrain After many years of decay recently much focus has been placed on revitalizing Flagler Street to its former grandeur in recent years a renewed investment interest has been placed on Flagler Street and many new restaurants and stores have opened up new landscaping and pavers have been placed as well as enforced security and tourist guides Three new pocket parks opened on Flagler St in 2009 Paul S Walker Park Robert F Clark Plaza and the Joan Lehman Sculpture Plaza These new parks have brought more green space benches art and rest areas to the street. 1980 346,681 3.5% 2.2 Choice of entry mode in international business. . State Road 886 (Port Boulevard) connects downtown and PortMiami by bridge over Biscayne Bay. Cities Reapportionment following the 2010 United States Census gave the state two more seats in the House of Representatives the legislature's redistricting announced in 2012 was quickly challenged in court on the grounds that it had unfairly benefited Republican interests in 2015 the Florida Supreme Court ruled on appeal that the congressional districts had to be redrawn because of the legislature's violation of the Fair District Amendments to the state constitution passed in 2010; it accepted a new map in early December 2015, The airport is one of the largest in terms of cargo in the United States and is the primary connecting point for cargo between Latin America and the world in 2018 Miami International Airport served 2.3 million tons of freight Ninety-six different carriers are involved in shifting over two million tons of freight annually and ensuring the safe travel of over 40 million passengers according to the Miami International Airport corporate brochure it was first in International freight and third in total freight for 2008 in 2000 LAN Cargo opened up a major operations base at the airport and currently operates a large cargo facility at the airport Most major passenger airlines such as American Airlines use the airport to carry hold cargo on passenger flights though most cargo is transported by all-cargo airlines UPS Airlines and FedEx Express both base their major Latin American operations at MIA. . Facilities The Arts & Entertainment District is an urban neighborhood with numerous hotels and high-rise residential buildings the neighborhood's former name Omni comes from the Omni International Mall on Biscayne Boulevard the district borders Biscayne Bay the east NE 2nd Ave to the west NE 21st St to the north and I-395 to the south Pace Park Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts and the (former) Miami Herald headquarters are located within the district the Arts & Entertainment District is served by the Miami Metrorail at: Government Center Station and by two Metromover stations on the Omni Loop, Everglades Phillis Wheatley Elementary School for Arts & Entertainment District and Edgewater children. Florida 826.svg State Road 826 (Palmetto Expressway).