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August 6, 2013

Miami-Dade Transit may convert bus fleet to CNG

Plans to acquire up to 300 CNG buses as part of its bus replacement plan in the coming years, along with the infrastructure required to fuel and maintain them.


September 11, 2012

Miami-Dade Transit unveils Android tracking app

Similar to the agency’s Transit Tracker iPhone app, the Transit Tracker for Android allows transit users to view bus schedules by bus stop and connecting bus routes; view real-time Metrorail train arrival times, including the ability map the location of trains as they approach a station; and plan a trip using Google trip planner.


December 2, 2011

Miami-Dade transit unveils trip planning app

Gives users bus schedules by bus stop, Metrorail train arrival times, and fare information, as well as Google trip planning.


January 19, 2010

Miami-Dade launches new BRT service

Fully funded by the Federal Transit Administration and the Florida Department of Transportation, the express buses will offer cross-county commuters rapid transit service between Broward County and downtown Miami beginning Jan. 25.


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