The Miami-Dade Regulatory and Economic Resources Department has posted a Recommendations Report for Ludlam Trail Corridor Application #9 for Commission Districts 6 and 7. It calls for a continuous trail for the entire 5.8 miles of the corridor, with no development behind single-family homes. Any commercial use of the property would be clustered on either side of the four primary streets that cross the corridor. Community Councils 8, 10 and 12 will be reviewing and voting on the application at their meetings this month. To review the 178-page document, please click here.
The next couple weeks will involve three important Community Council meetings regarding the Ludlam Trail. For those that live in the Kendall, Westchester and North Central communities, please refer to the flyer below that designates the appropriate meeting to attend. For an overview of the Community Council role in zoning and land-use decisions, click here.
For those who were planning to attend tomorrow’s Regional Transportation Workshop hosted by Florida Department of Transportation, the meeting has been rescheduled to a later date. The workshop is meant to address major statewide and regional projects that involve the Florida Transportation Plan (FTP), Strategic Intermodal Systems (SIS) Policy Plan, and the Freight Mobility and Trade Plan (FMTP).
GMN representatives plan to attend this workshop and will be advocating for the implementation of more protected bike lanes along strategic urban corridors, and an overall adoption of Complete Streets policies and initiatives across Miami-Dade County. We will update our blog with the new date and time as soon as it is announced.
WHEN: Sept. 10, 2015 4-6:30 p.m.
WHERE: Broward College, North Campus
Building 62 (library), Room 154
1000 Coconut Creek Blvd.
Coconut Creek, FL 33066
To promote WHEELS and District 8’s growing bicycle district, Commissioner Daniella Levine Cava, WHEELS chair Victor Dover along with a peloton of fellow bicycle advocates came together to tour Miami’s Black Creek Trail. The trail is considered a local gem, however many residents still don’t know much about it.
On Thursday August 27 from 9:30 a.m. until 12 noon, the Coral Gables City Commission will meet for a Miracle Mile/Giralda Streetscape Design Workshop. The meeting will be held in the City if Coral Gables Commission Chambers. City staff and commissioners will discuss progress on the project and review design elements. Public hearings will be scheduled later.