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Miami Metrorail riders complain that transit service is worse than ever

For Jorge Bebelagua and Yanisel Barrial, the workday starts at 6:45 a.m. when they begin the trek to their jobs from their house in Homestead. They typically get home 12 to 13 hours later, which means they spend at least 20 hours per week, some 1,000 hours per year, commuting.

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© Humberto José Ramírez Urdaneta

enlasgradas.com

Stephen McCloskey?s journey commences in Kendall and ends up on Brickell Avenue.

Marcos Gazamanes travels from West Hialeah to downtown.

They all rely on Metrorail, the elevated rail line that was to be an extensive exoskeleton of public transport for greater Miami when it began running in 1984 but never grew much beyond the initial longitudinal spine stage.

© Humberto José Ramírez

© Humberto José Ramírez Urdaneta

elnewyorktimes.com
They say ?rely? has become an inaccurate, almost comical term. They all tolerate Metrorail. They survive it. They curse it.

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© Humberto José Ramírez

© Humberto José Ramírez Urdaneta

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