Check out these pictures of bicycle shelters and on-street bicycle parking. These are the types of bicycle parking ideas that should have been implemented at the new shopping center on South Beach. If two on-street parking spaces are removed, there would be enough room to park about 30 bicycles. Considering the developer just over built parking due to city of Miami Beach minimum parking requirements, I can’t foresee a problem with removing a couple of on-street parking spots and throwing up a bicycle shelter. The existing inverted U racks the developer just purchased could then be placed under the bicycle shelter. Do we dare to try something different? If there is one development on South Beach that deserves covered bicycle parking it would be this one. Bicycle shelters also need to be considered for locations around Lincoln Road where bicycle parking is already undeserved.
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