Miami-Dade's Metrorail fight moves north as county considers $870 million extension
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. Florida's Transportation Department on Monday recommended extending Metrorail north along 27th Avenue to link the current rail system with Miami Dade College, an $870 million project that the county's administration says is too expensive for an already strained transit budget.
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