60 Years of Port Miami - Trade Anniversary
As we continue to adjust to the changes caused by the impact of COVID-19 we commend our partners at Port Miami operations for their efforts in keeping essential cargo like food and medicine moving. The continued movement of cargo is critical to the health of our community and supports our economy. Today marks 60 years the City of Miami approved City Resolution No. 31837 to construct the new port. After the seawalls, administrative buildings, and a vehicle and railroad bridge were completed, Port of Miami operations were moved to the new Dodge Island port.
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