City and business leaders gathered on a construction site in downtown Fort Lauderdale Friday to celebrate the building of a train station intended to revolutionize travel in South Florida.
As I sit down to write this article, three thoughts are running through my head: trains, marijuana, and Marc Hansen.
After evaluating multiple locations throughout Broward County, the Florida Department of Transportation has recommended Oakland Park over neighboring Wilton Manors as a commuter rail station.
Wilton Manors Commissioners approved a consulting services agreement with the law firm of former Fort Lauderdale Mayor Jack Seiler.
Should property owners on Dixie Highway have their taxes increased to help pay for a train station in Wilton Manors? The answer depends on who you ask. But, even those who are open to the idea want more details before deciding to support it.
An unnamed man was killed after being hit by a Tri-Rail train in Oakland Park the morning of Aug. 16.
An ordinance that would change land use regulations to make way for a potential train station is on the agenda for the upcoming Wilton Manors Commission meeting.
The Florida East Coast Railway is upgrading its crossing at East Oakland Park Blvd. and North Dixie Highway.
A survey of 400 full-time Oakland Park residents shows that the majority feel the city is “headed in the right direction” and is pleased with services.
An ordinance that would change land use regulations to make way for a potential train station was tabled at this week’s marathon Wilton Manors commission meeting.