They say a picture speaks a thousand words. This particular photo speaks to the state of pedestrian safety in Miami — beat-up and run-down!
According to Keith Lawler, the Brickell denizen who submitted this photo, this well-intended, yet seemingly ineffective, pedestrian safety signage is now, as of May 29, gone completely . . .
Something’s got to give . . .
This beautiful city was planned largely around the holiday home of the country’s leading family. It is also home to one of the largest “World Naked Bike Rides”.
Can you name this city?
UPDATE: Visual hints…
This famous street was created in the late 19th century as the result of an international town planning competition. It anchors the older part of this university city with its modern day cultural hub. Transit Miami friends living there tell us it the center of nightlife year round. An almost textbook ‘complete street’ - Can you name this city? Street?
Here is a picture from one of the world’s great planned cities. This may be an easy one, but here’s an extra tip: this park was the inspiration behind the political push for Museum Park in Downtown Miami. Can you name this city?
Thanks to my buddy Chris Groves for this hilarious ad. (Note the irony: it’s on a freakin’ bus bench!)
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