Florida Roundup: Transit In South Florida, Funding For Homeless Shelter Program In Miami
As of Friday, Uber is no longer in business in Broward County, after the company called the county's regulations "onerous" this month.
County commissioners drafted a lawsuit stating Uber has not complied with the state's background check and insurance regulations.
Miami-Dade's new transit director, Alice Bravo, told Miami New Times she hopes Miami will move toward becoming "car-optional."
The City of Miami and the Homeless Trust is hoping to reach a deal Friday to fund a shelter program for the city's homeless.
Host Tom Hudson is joined by Miami-Dade Transit Director Alice Bravo, Daily Business Journal reporter Eleazar Melendez, Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine, City of Miami Commissioner Marc Sarnoff, Homeless Trust Chairman Ron Book and WLRN reporter Wilson Sayre.