Leaving On A Jet Plane? Tri-Rail Miami Airport Station Helps You Leave Faster And Easier
by Sep Niakan | April 20, 2015
Great news for everyone who has ever traveled to and/or from Miami International Airport: the direct branch connection has finally been completed. Regular routes run between MIA and Tri-Rail’s northern terminus at Mangonia Park station in Palm Beach County.
The new branch allows passengers to get to the airport with less hassle. The days of lugging bags off trains at Hialeah and then taking a shuttle to the airport are over. And gone is the burden put on friends and loved ones to fight through traffic so you can catch a flight.
After four years of waiting, we’re finally caught up to the likes of other busy international airports around the globe. For around $5 each way, you can cut your airport commute considerably. Save on parking by leaving your car in free Tri-Rail station parking lots (except at FLL). You can find the schedule at tri-rail.com or call 800-874-7245.
by Sep Niakan | November 29, 2016
This is a story of how one Miami condo dweller (that's me, Sep Niakan) gave up his car at the end of his lease and gained freedom (and $$) in its place. If you have been thinking of getting rid of your car or know someone who is, read...
by Sep Niakan | November 24, 2016
Lending, specifically FHA lending, is inching forward in favor of Miami Condos. Before President Trump pulls out any game-changers, I thought it would be the right time to reflect on a Bill passed into law by President Obama this August. The...
by Sep Niakan | November 22, 2016
It’s been almost a year since BrickellHouse’s robotic parking garage blunder, and I’ve been thinking about what this means for the automated parking business in Miami condos. In brief, Boomerang Systems (the robotic garage...
by Sep Niakan | October 31, 2016
From a humble 9-to-5 district to after-dark playground for the it-crowd, Downtown Miami has had quite a turnaround in the past decade or so. According to the latest Miami Downtown Development Authority report, there are now 88,540 residents in...