Transit

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


8 things we learned from you about that public transit grind

We followed Miami Beach City Commissioner Kristen Rosen-Gonzalez on Public Transit Day and it was a hell of a ride. You had opinions on it.

/ December 11, 2016


How green spaces will transform Miami’s walkability

Miami’s going green, and we’re interviewing the movers and shakers making it happen.

/ November 15, 2016


The Underline is popping up for a day on Oct. 15

The Underline is a year off from breaking ground, but The Underlounge will give us a taste of it for a day on Oct. 15.

/ October 12, 2016


Why not have an Underline for our waterways?

Miami has an untapped travel and recreation resource hiding in plain sight.

/ October 9, 2016


Where 10 transit stops got their names

Do you ever ride the Metrorail or Metromover and wonder where all those names came from? Who was was Wilkie D. Ferguson? Where is Santa Clara? What is a Culmer? We explored.

/ September 25, 2016