There’s a new committee in Miami-Dade, and they’re considering solutions to our transit woes, from bringing light rail to Miami Beach, to finding better ways to connect Downtown with the sprawl south of Dadeland. Find out what the Transportation Solutions Committee is proposing for Miami, and what sort of challenges lay ahead.
The struggle is real. One study says that Miami drivers can expect to lose an extra 47 hours on the road per year, and almost a thousand dollars in extra costs because of gridlock. Transit advocates, agencies and elected officials weigh in on what it will take to fix Miami traffic problems.