On November 14th, the Global Shapers Miami Hub hosted a panel event on the Human Side of Climate Change that brought together experts from issue areas such as luxury real estate, immigration, marine science, and community organizing.
New towers in Wynwood are rapidly changing the landscape of this formerly low lying industrial district. Ground infrastructure, however, is being left out of the equation.
In a fight for the soul of Little Haiti, the cracks are beginning to show in the City of Miami's Special Area Plan Process.
Arbitrage and densification opportunities abundant as the only privately owned US Rail arrives in Miami.
Transit Alliance's "Where's my Bus?" Campaign sheds an interesting light on the direct relationship between cuts in service and cuts in ridership.
On May 6th, I will be hosting a free walking tour, discussing the history of development in Downtown Miami around the River, the Train Tracks, and the Highway. We will also look to the future and see these infrastructures as …
The proposal being pushed by Mayor Gimenez will only create more traffic problems at a time that demands solutions.