Jacksonville metropolitan area Miami Florida Business directory Treasure Coast 5.2 Tropical hardwood hammock The Mariel Boatlift of 1980 brought 150,000 Cubans to Miami the largest transport in civilian history Unlike the previous exodus of the 1960s most of the Cuban refugees arriving were poor some having been released from prisons or mental institutions to make the trip During this time many of the middle class non-Hispanic whites in the community left the city often referred to as the "white flight" in 1960 Miami was 90% non-Hispanic white but by 1990 it was only about 10% non-Hispanic white. 1978 55.6% 1,406,580 44.4% 1,123,888, 4 Airlines and destinations Entry modes: Export/import wholly owned subsidiary merger or acquisition alliances and joint ventures licensing, Main article: Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan. . Miami is the southern terminus of Amtrak's Atlantic Coast services running two lines the Silver Meteor and the Silver Star both terminating in New York City the Miami Amtrak Station is located in the suburb of Hialeah near the Tri-Rail/Metrorail Station on NW 79 St and NW 38 Ave Current construction of the Miami Central Station will move all Amtrak operations from its current out-of-the-way location to a centralized location with Metrorail MIA Mover Tri-Rail Miami International Airport and the Miami Intermodal Center all within the same station closer to Downtown the station was expected to be completed by 2012 but experienced several delays and was later expected to be completed in late 2014 again pushed back to early 2015, Miami Florida Business directory CR 9823 Northwest 67th Avenue. ; . MacArthur Causeway Downtown and South Beach 1920 Notable alumni, Miami is also home to both for-profit and nonprofit organizations that offer a range of professional training and other related educational programs Per Scholas for example is a nonprofit organization that offers free professional certification training directed towards successfully passing CompTIA A+ and Network+ certification exams as a route to securing jobs and building careers.
. Category Enplanements Florida also has more than 500 nonnative animal species and 1,000 nonnative insects found throughout the state Some exotic species living in Florida include the Burmese python green iguana veiled chameleon Argentine black and white tegu peacock bass mayan cichlid lionfish White-nosed coati rhesus macaque vervet monkey Cuban tree frog cane toad Indian peafowl monk parakeet tui parakeet and many more Some of these nonnative species do not pose a threat to any native species but some do threaten the native species of Florida by living in the state and eating them, Reconstruction era and end of the 19th century, Main article: Florida Bay Delray Beach Silver Service Tri-Rail! Monkey Jungle Miami 4 Transportation Several financial scandals involving the Mayor's office and City Commission during the 1980s and 1990s left Miami with the title of the United States' 4th poorest city by 1996 With a budget shortfall of $68 Million and its municipal bonds given a junk bond rating by Wall Street in 1997 Miami became Florida's first city to have a state appointed oversight board assigned to it in the same year city voters rejected a resolution to dissolve the city and make it one entity with Dade County the City's financial problems continued until political outsider Manny Diaz was elected Mayor of Miami in 2001. Inter Miami CF Soccer 2018 Major League Soccer Miami Freedom Park None (25.7) 82.0 Culture and wildlife. The North Terminal construction merged the four piers into a single linear concourse designated Concourse D This configuration was adopted in order to increase the number of aircraft that can simultaneously arrive and depart from the terminal allowing each gate to handle approximately twice as many operations per day the construction process started with the extension of the original a and D concourses in the late 1990s By the mid-2000s the gates on the east side of Concourse D were closed in order to make room for new gates being constructed as part of the North Terminal Development project in 2004 a new extension to the west was opened consisting of Gates D39 through D51 Concourse B was demolished in 2005; in summer 2009 Gates D21 to D25 opened where Concourse B once stood Concourse C was demolished in 2009; in August 2013 Gates D26 D27 and D28 opened where Concourse C once stood and were the final North Terminal gates to open Concourse a closed in November 2007 and re-opened in July 2010 as a 14-gate eastern extension of Concourse D in August 2010 a further extension for American Eagle flights was opened designated as Gate D60. .