Transit

Neat Streets Miami is tackling Miami’s unsheltered bus stops

This Public Space Challenge winner is all about the journey, not the destination.

/ March 30, 2017


What to know before the SMART meetings this week

The entire SMART plan will affect your future if you live, work, or play in Miami-Dade County — so listen up.

/ March 19, 2017


Watch and learn: How to ride Miami’s jitney

That white van zipping around and letting passengers off kinda at random is more legit than it looks. But the jitney takes some figuring out.

/ March 16, 2017


You don’t need to be an urban planner to change public spaces

Ileana Collazo used hand-painted flowerpots and tropical plants to honor Little Havana’s public spaces and local artists.

/ March 12, 2017


How to make Miami as bikeable as Copenhagen

We asked a leading expert how transportation infrastructure can be changed to accommodate bikes as well as it does cars.

/ March 7, 2017


This is what you should do with your idea for making transit better.

The Transportation QuickBuild Program is seeking low-cost, easy-to-build ideas for making Miami an easier place to get around without a car. Then it will help you make your idea happen.

/ February 20, 2017


Who owns Miami’s transit? It’s complicated.

The metrorail, trolley, and jitney are all owned by different companies. That makes it awfully hard to get around.

/ February 19, 2017


Miami leaders talking resolutions and predictions for 2017

We’ve got them all down on paper so you can hold them to these January promises all year long.

/ January 5, 2017


‘No more talk’: The county chairman vows some legit action on transportation in 2017

But for that to happen, Bovo says the county commission needs to show a little unity.

/ January 1, 2017


Lyft and Uber won the Miami transit world in 2016

After a three-year saga, ride-hailing companies and the county finally figured out how to make it work. That’s why we’re naming it the biggest transit win of 2016.

/ December 18, 2016