Here’s another great map from Matt Toro over at Transit Miami. This map pretty much sums up why Miami-Dade County is so dependent on the automobile-lack of mixed-use zoning. Notice that mixed-use zoning is found only in small pockets throughout the county. Not surprisingly, the very same pockets that have mixed-use zoning are some of… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Cyclists & Pedestrians
Via DawnTown Recently, City of Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado declared March as Miami Bike Month. And why shouldn’t it? Did you see the latest gathering this past Friday for Critical Mass? Hundreds of people, including celebrity cyclists and NBA megastars Dwyane Wade and Lebron James, were in attendance for a 13 mile trek around Miami. Cycling… Read more »
The South Florida Community Development Coalition will be hosting a discussion on Complete Streets in Miami Thursday, March 6 8:30am -10:30am The speaker line-up for the event should make for some good, substantive discussion. They’ve got: Jose (“Pepe”) Diaz, Miami-Dade County Commissioner, Cesar Garcia-Pons, Sr. Manager, Planning + Design at Miami Downtown Development Authority Tony Garcia, Principal… Read more »
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NYC Transportation Secretary Janette Sadik-Khan nails it in this video. There is no reason why this can’t be done in Miami. What we lack is leadership and vision in the 305.
This great idea comes to us via Andrew Frey from the Townhouse Center: “An idea to promote pedestrian and bike mobility in the red-hot Biscayne corridor: create a shared-use path along the waterfront, so people can travel north-south without having to brave Biscayne Blvd. Back in 2007, I made this Google Earth mash-up of the Miami… Read more »
Looks like it’s going to be a pretty cool event, DecoBike will be there so you can check out all the art on two wheels. Here’s some more information I received about the event… After a successful inaugural year, the Miami Downtown Development Authority (Miami DDA) is working once again in tandem with a variety… Read more »