The City of Miami will be voting today on Resolution #13-00581.

This resolution would formalize the transfer of Brickell Avenue — arguably the most economically important thoroughfare in Miami — from the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) to the City of Miami, from the State to the City.

This resolution would also formalize the transfer of a handful of streets in the Historic Downtown District of Miami from the City of Miami to FDOT, from the City to the State.

Under whose jurisdiction do Miami’s downtown streets belong?

Your voice matters! Cast your vote!


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3 Responses to Poll: Who Should Control Miami’s Downtown Streets?

  1. David says:

    So what happened about this? You would think after so many posts and hoopla made of it by TransitMiami that at least an update would be provided on the website


  2. Matthew Toro says:


    To our understanding, the City of Miami City Commission voted to approve the resolution.

    Prior to voting, though, it seems that they excluded from the transfer the roadways that run through the Historic Downtown Miami district.

    The City has not yet posted the formal minutes, and the live stream of the video was removed upon the conclusion of the meeting. The video should be up re-uploaded as a pre-recorded video early next week, along with the official meeting minutes.

    A formal post will indeed be made once we have supporting documents to share with the public.

    Thank you for reading.

    -Matthew Toro


  3. Prem Barbosa says:

    Commissioner Sarnoff should be trusted with little more than the toilet flusher device.


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