Transit has been stagnant in the county for 30+ years, despite many efforts including the half-penny tax. That is because the decision making tree is a mess.
The People's Transportation Plan was approved in 2002. Since then it has collected almost $3 Billion, with very little to show for it.
Transit Alliance has begun to conduct research on the Better Bus Project. The project is a comprehensive redesign of the county bus system. Through this research with Jarrett Walker Associates, county maps were created to get a sense of the …
The trials and tribulations of connecting the beach to the mainland: from trolleys and streetcars to monorails and pods.
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.
My proposal for the City of Tomorrow Challenge by Ford, soliciting transit solutions 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.
The proposal being pushed by Mayor Gimenez will only create more traffic problems at a time that demands solutions.
In light of Metro Cuts, how does Miami's estimated rail frequencies compare to other cities?
While trains may have been promised, suburban areas of the SMART Plan are looking to Rapid Bus Systems for savings and long term thinking.