Transit Miami is an advocacy blog dedicated to smart growth oriented land use policies, and mutlimodal transportation in South Florida. We strive to create high-quality public spaces, and believe that the key to reversing the harmful effects of suburban sprawl on our cities is to promote compact, walkable, mixed-use neighborhoods.
We thrive on working with partners and other likeminded organizations to improve the quality and function of the built environment. We seek to create successful public spaces and increase the effectiveness of multi-modal transportation as a means to creating more competitive and sustainable 21st century South Florida.
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