A special thank you to Andres Viglluci from the Miami Herald for reporting about the upcoming Brickell Avenue resurfacing project. As many of our readers know, Transit Miami has been trying to persuade FDOT to make Brickell Avenue more pedestrian-friendly.
Brickell Avenue is probably the most densely populated area in the state. If FDOT can’t properly design a road for all users here, then there isn’t much hope for pedestrians and bicyclists throughout the rest of the state.
Want a safer Brickell Avenue? Please sign this letter to District 6 Secretary Gus Pego.
You can find links to our articles and videos about Brickell Avenue below:
Want a job where you are accountable to no one? Apply at FDOT.
Unsuitable Brickell Avenue (video)
- Brickell Has Spoken. Will FDOT Listen and Do the Right Thing?
- FDOT Resurfacing Project Coming to Brickell; Transit Miami Eye is Watching
- The FDOT Resurfacing Project on Brickell Avenue Dangerous for Pedestrians
- Transit Miami and FDOT take a field trip on Brickell Avenue
- Representative Luis Garcia to host a meet and greet to discuss Brickell Avenue resurfacing project
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