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A Bridge Over Troubled Waters

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A decades long problem that's only getting worse, Downtown auto traffic crossing the Miami River is getting snarled by busy boat traffic along the working river. Both downtown growth and the marine industry pump billions in the economy. So, what to do? Seemingly out of options, the Downtown Development Authority wants to sue somebody, although they don't really know who. Strengthening ass transit—the Metromover, Metrorail, that sort of thing—is the better answer, says Michael Lewis, the grandfatherly editor of Miami Today. [Miami Today]