About Us

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 incorporated Green Mobility Network as a nonprofit corporation. We received tax-exempt, charitable status from the IRS in July 2008.

Drawing on the passion and energy of volunteers and supporters throughout Miami-Dade County, we have been involved in a variety of efforts to make the 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 improvements to the county’s network of mixed-used trails and bikeways, particularly the nine-mile-long M-Path. Our focus is county-wide, and we are dedicated to building cooperative relationships with community leaders, elected officials, civic leaders, philanthropists, and activists.


Improving walking, bicycling, and living in Miami, Florida