Town Hall Meeting - Topic: South Dade Busway
Who needs to fund transportation when I can spend 2-3 hours a day in my car commuting - said no one ever!
The South Dade Mayors and councils have been working hard with our State and County officials to finally get what was promised with the 1/2 cent sales tax. Come to our Transportation Town Hall meeting on March 30, 7 PM at village Hall. Be there - traffic permitting
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The county must keep its promises on transit,
Community Newspapers, posted by Grant Miller
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South Miami-Dade County is at a crossroads; new development has overwhelmed the existing road system. Mass transit is not a luxury but a long-overdue component to living in South Miami-Dade.In 2002, the county passed the half-penny sales tax and promised Metrorail would be built all the way to Florida City. This promise was broken and declared impossible to fulfill in 2014.Now, the county is moving forward with discussions of transportation options, but the conversation for South Dade lags behind and has little input from the community as to what we desire. That is why South Dade mayors have begun meeting and have formed a coalition with State Rep. Kionne L. McGhee to address the traffic and transportation concerns facing the South Dade community and the inevitable growth that is coming to the region. (CLICK HERE to read more)