The City of Miami hosts regular meetings of the Bicycle Action Committee to update members of the public and city employees to the status of the Bicycle Master Plan and to discuss related issues in our community. City Commissioners are encouraged to send staff representatives and to invite residents from their districts to attend. Each county (Dade, Broward, Palm Beach) has a similar body within their respective Metropolitan Planning Organization that addresses the broader topic of bicycle/pedestrian concerns.
Yesterday’s meeting of ‘the BAC’ addressed 2 hours worth of topics, from new mountain biking trails (broke ground) to Bike Miami Days (on hold) to the (possible) return of a Miami criterium bicycle race. Read my full report on the South Florida Bike Coalition blog here.
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