. Miami is home to one of the largest ports in the United States the PortMiami It is the largest cruise ship port in the world and is often called the "Cruise Capital of the World" and the "Cargo Gateway of the Americas" it has retained its status as the number one cruise/passenger port in the world for well over a decade accommodating the largest cruise ships and the major cruise lines in 2017 the port served 5,340,559 cruise passengers Additionally the port is one of the nation's busiest cargo ports importing 9,162,340 tons of cargo in 2017 Among North American ports it ranks second to New Orleans' Port of South Louisiana in terms of cargo tonnage imported from Latin America the port sits on 518 acres (2 km2) and has seven passenger terminals China is the port's number one import country and number one export country Miami has the world's largest amount of cruise line headquarters home to Carnival Cruise Line Celebrity Cruises Norwegian Cruise Line Oceania Cruises and Royal Caribbean International in 2014 the Port of Miami Tunnel was opened connecting the MacArthur Causeway to PortMiami.
! Concourse C Contents 2.1 Communities Cuisine Jewish Museum of Florida Miami Beach Rickenbacker Causeway Brickell and Key Biscayne 1947 Pan Am's terminal at Dinner Key in 1944 during World War II. Miami Florida Business directory Club Sport League Venue (Capacity) Attendance League Championships, Miami-Dade County Public Schools (M-DCPS) is a public school district serving Miami-Dade County in the U.S state of Florida Founded in 1885 it is the largest school district in Florida and the Southeastern United States and as of 2014 the fifth largest in the United States with a student enrollment of 356,086 as of August 30 2017; Miami Florida Business directory, Key Biscayne Atlantic World, Including its marginal seas the Atlantic covers an area of 106,460,000 km2 (41,100,000 sq mi) or 23.5% of the global ocean and has a volume of 310,410,900 km3 (74,471,500 cu mi) or 23.3% of the total volume of the earth's oceans Excluding its marginal seas the Atlantic covers 81,760,000 km2 (31,570,000 sq mi) and has a volume of 305,811,900 km3 (73,368,200 cu mi) the North Atlantic covers 41,490,000 km2 (16,020,000 sq mi) (11.5%) and the South Atlantic 40,270,000 km2 (15,550,000 sq mi) (11.1%) the average depth is 3,646 m (11,962 ft) and the maximum depth the Milwaukee Deep in the Puerto Rico Trench is 8,486 m (27,841 ft). Radio Tower platform and pilons in front of the former building site. Growth as a global city 6 Awards 6.5.2 Central and Southern Florida Flood Control Project Democratic 600,258 41.65%. The Miami metropolitan area is served by five interstate highways operated by the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) in conjunction with local agencies Interstate 95 (I-95) runs north to south along the coast ending just south of Downtown Miami at South Dixie Highway (US 1) I-75 runs east to west turning south in western Broward County and connecting suburban north Miami-Dade to Naples on the Southwest Coast via Alligator Alley which transverses the Florida Everglades before turning north I-595 connects the Broward coast and downtown Fort Lauderdale to I-75 and Alligator Alley in Miami I-195 and I-395 relay the main I-95 route east to Biscayne Boulevard (US 1) and Miami Beach across Biscayne Bay via the Julia Tuttle and MacArthur causeways.