A few days before Christmas 2008, Abraham Gil had just finished handing out routes to Conchita Transit's fleet of jitney drivers when his brother Rene bumped into him in a hallway. Rene, who owns 40 percent of Hialeah's dominant jitney firm, wasn't happy with the assignment Abraham had just given ... More >>
It's not easy driving a jitney in Miami. If the county regulators don't get you, the freeloaders will.
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