We are celebrating today after the Miami-Dade Commission's vote to transfer $700,000 in order to repair the bone-jarring damaged pavement along parts of the M-Path. This money may also cover planning new signals at one or more of the troublesome street crossings near U.S. 1 between Vizcaya and South Miami. I encourage you to thank your county commissioner. Their phone numbers and e-mail addresses may be found through http://www.miamidade.gov/commiss/. The work that today's vote enables is just part of the safety and convenience upgrade outlined in the M-Path Master Plan, a conceptual outline of what the 23-year-old path needs to make it right for pedestrians and bicyclists along the entire nine miles from the Miami River to SW 67th Avenue below 80th Street. We remain alert and determined to see the full Master Plan carried out, and to find a way to close the Dadeland Gap, that daunting 1.1-mile stretch of the path that never was built. We need and welcome your help. You may use the "contact" menu above to get in touch.