Stories with 'walking' tag

Neighborhood Guide: Lincoln Road

Lincoln Road is the country’s second pedestrian district ever created. Every block is full of history and culture that reflect Miami’s evolution since 1912. There’s a mix of architectural designs all over the area, theater, art studios, restaurants for every craving and mood and community activities both locals and visitors can enjoy all year long. Walk, eat, observe and participate.

/ June 21, 2018


#MiamiWalks: Arts & Culture On the Move!

During the Miami Downtown Development Authority‘s annual Art Days Weekend 2017, residents of all ages throughout greater Miami are invited to experience the global walking movement called Jane’s Walk.  On Saturday, Oct. 14th neighborhoods within the Miami DDA’s boundaries – including Brickell, Downtown, and Omni – are going to feature several free, citizen-led walking tours where attendees can […]

/ October 3, 2017


What’s next for Miami walkability and biking

For decades Miami has been dominated by car travel, but as congestion clogs roadways and more pedestrians and cyclists are killed on roadways, the city is embracing a broad push for new transit options. Here’s a look at four plans in various stages of development that could dramatically change how we choose to get around town.

/ February 4, 2015