Miami’s Port Plan Still an Uncertain Bet

Miami’s Port Plan Still an Uncertain Bet

As the 50-foot dredging of the Port of Miami is expected to kick off the summer, it’s still not clear if the region is ready to create what could be Florida’s own Inland Empire.

The South Florida region stands to gain the most from the $5.2 billion expansion of the Panama Canal, as Miami is the nearest U.S. port. If the dredging and accompanying infrastructure, including a tunnel to allow easy highway access, is complete by the time the expansion is

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