About Us

Toward better bicycling, safer walking

Drawing on the passion and energy of volunteers and supporters, Green Mobility Network has carried out numerous efforts to make Miami-Dade County more bicycle- and pedestrian-friendly.

We were a key organizer in meetings in February 2008 that led to the adoption of a bicycle master plan by the City of Miami. We have continually monitored and advocated for improving the county’s network of mixed-used trails and bikeways, particularly the nine-mile-long M-Path, the bike lanes along the Rickenbacker Causeway, the planned Biscayne-Everglades Greenway and, most recently, the proposed Ludlam Trail between Kendall and Miami International Airport.

Our focus is county-wide, and we are dedicated to building cooperative relationships among activists, community leaders, elected officials, civic leaders, and philanthropists. We began in 2005 as an informal group of grassroots advocates concerned about the dangers of bicycling and walking in Miami-Dade County and committed to making Miami-Dade a safer place for biking, walking, and running. In 2007 we established Green Mobility Network as a nonprofit corporation. We received tax-exempt, charitable status from the IRS in July 2008.

 

Improving walking, bicycling, and living in Miami, Florida