According to our friends at the Green Mobility Network, work began this week on the Dadeland Gap extension of the M-Path. This is great news. Apparently a portion of the $700k which was allotted to Phase 1 of this project will be used to extend the M-Path.
The Dadeland Gap extension is essential; however, Miami-Dade Transit needs to also focus their attention on improving the existing M-Path. Although I may disagree with the priority of the projects, congratulations are in order for Miami-Dade Transit as this is a sign of progress for the M-Path.
Congratulations also to the Green Mobility Network for making this happen. Without their hard work and perseverance this would not have happened.
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