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Lest we forget that Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and West Palm Beach are considered one metropolitan area, here is some news for Palm Beach County. The Palm Beach Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) is developing a Bicycle Master Plan for the county and would like your input. Public Workshops are scheduled for April 14 and April 15 in multiple locations, from 4:30 PM to 8:30 PM both days. You don’t need to stay the whole time, just come out for a bit to share what your needs are as a cyclist.

Locations for Wednesday the 14th include the Bryant Auditorium of the Palm Beach County Office Building in Belle Glade and the Jupiter Community Center. Locations for Thursday the 15th include the Vista Center County Building in West Palm Beach and the Boca Raton Community Center. Flyers are available in English and Spanish, and for more info you can contact Bret Baronak, the MPO Bicycle/Greenways/Pedestrian Coordinator at bbaronak at pbcgov.org or (561) 684-4170. I hope to make it to the Boca Raton meeting myself, so I look forward to seeing you there if you ride in Palm Beach County!

The Burle Marx Miami-New World Design sidewalk on Biscayne Boulevard was finally completed.

Mayor Manny Diaz leaving office with a bicycling legacy behind him.

FDOT makes a “formal” commitment to high speed rail.

The review of the final draft of the Miami Bicycle Master Plan will be presented on Monday by Mike Lydon from The Streets Plan Collaborative. Please join us as we peek into Miami’s bicycling future. City officials and the people that are making this happen will be present to answer your questions. Public input is a critical part to the success of our city. Please make your voice heard!

Date: Monday September 21, 2009

Time: 6:30pm-8:00pm

Belafonte Talcolcy Center

6161 Northwest 9th Avenue,

Miami, FL

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Questions? Ideas? Please email CWorth@miamigov.com or visit www.miamigov.com/bikes

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