I-75 which spans 470 miles in Florida enters the state near Lake City (45 miles (72 km) west of Jacksonville) and continues southward through Gainesville Ocala Tampa's eastern suburbs Bradenton Sarasota Fort Myers and Naples where it crosses the "Alligator Alley" as a toll road to Fort Lauderdale before turning southward and terminating in Hialeah/Miami Lakes having interchanges with I-10 in Lake City and I-4 in Tampa It is the second longest north south interstate with a total length of 1786 miles and terminates at the Canadian border at Sault Ste Marie Michigan, Hard Rock Stadium home of the Miami Dolphins of the NFL and plays host to the Miami Hurricanes, Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts. Contents Plantation Mobile Home Park Rum-runners used the Everglades as a hiding spot during Prohibition; it was so vast there were never enough law enforcement officers to patrol it the arrival of the railroad and the discovery that adding trace elements like copper was the remedy for crops sprouting and dying quickly soon created a population boom New towns such as Moore Haven Clewiston and Belle Glade sprouted like the crops Sugarcane became the primary crop grown in South Florida Miami experienced a second real estate boom that earned a developer in Coral Gables $150 million Undeveloped land north of Miami sold for $30,600 an acre in 1925 Miami newspapers published editions weighing over 7 pounds (3.2 kg) most of it in real estate advertising Waterfront property was the most highly valued Mangrove trees were cut down and replaced with palm trees to improve the view Acres of South Florida slash pine were cleared Some of the pine was for lumber but most of the pine forests in Dade County were cleared for development. . . World War II brought another population boom for Miami Between 1945 and 1975 16 high schools 30 middle schools and 45 grade schools were opened Miami Edison Senior High School the district's second all-black secondary school was expanded. Fire stations Fauna 5.2 Museums and visual arts Traveling to Work: 79% of Miami area workers drove to work alone in 2005 10% carpooled 4% took public transportation and 4% used other means the remaining 3% worked at home Among those who commuted to work it took them on average 28.5 minutes to get to work. Alice Wainwright Park Brickell University Park Main article: Mid-Atlantic Ridge Collins Bridge the first bridge to connect Miami to Miami Beach 6.1.1 Major freeways and tollways.
Broad Causeway North Miami and Bal Harbour 1951, Steven J Green School of International and Public Affairs, Airports Parks Among modern economic theories of multinationals and foreign direct investment are internalization theory and John Dunning's OLI paradigm (standing for ownership location and internationalization) Dunning was widely known for his research in economics of international direct investment and the multinational enterprise His OLI paradigm in particular remains as the predominant theoretical contribution to study international business topics Hymer and Dunning are considered founders of international business as a specialist field of study. The Everglades are a complex system of interdependent ecosystems Marjory Stoneman Douglas described the area as a "River of Grass" in 1947 though that metaphor represents only a portion of the system the area recognized as the Everglades prior to drainage was a web of marshes and prairies 4,000 square miles (10,000 km2) in size Borders between ecosystems are subtle or imperceptible These systems shift grow and shrink die or reappear within years or decades Geologic factors climate and the frequency of fire help to create maintain or replace the ecosystems in the Everglades. At least three airplanes have crashed in the Everglades including: Northwest Airlines Flight 705 (in 1963) Eastern Air Lines Flight 401 (1972) and ValuJet Flight 592 (1996). College of Nursing and Health Sciences, Water and Sewer Department In 2011 PortMiami was awarded a federal grant as part of the Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) program to restore a connection between the Florida East Coast Railway's yard in Hialeah and the PortMiami directly connecting the port to rail networks across the United States as well as re-establishing the port's on-dock rail capability (loading and unloading directly between ships and trains) the railroad bridge connecting the PortMiami to the mainland was damaged by Hurricane Wilma in 2005 at which time service was suspended the project was scheduled to be finished in time for the completion of the other projects in 2014 the rail project is related to another scheme to increase PortMiami's capacity; an inland intermodal center known as Flagler Logistics Hub to be built to be built near the airport on 300 acres of land in Hialeah.
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