Flagler Trail Could Eventually Become A Path For Pedestrians & Bicyclists From Downtown To Aventura

The Flagler Trail Master Plan Study was presented last week to the City of Miami Beautification Committee.

The goal is to create a north-south trail running from downtown Miami to Aventura, a presentation stated.

It will be designed for bikes and pedestrians, and not for motorized traffic.

Six transit stations along the route will be connected, allowing for first mile/last mile connectivity for non-motorized travel.

The total length of the trail would be around 14.5 miles, starting from around Brightline’s new MiamiCentral station to Aventura.

According to Friends of Flagler Trail, it would be part of a much larger 225 mile pathway known as the Miami Loop connecting much of Miami-Dade County.

 

 

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Anonymous
2 years ago

This is exactly the kind of development needed to balance the density and connect our communities and to provide us all with safe pedestrian friendly alternatives! Kudos to all involved!!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Yeah bc I’m going to ride my bike/skate board from Aventura to Downtown Miami for my commute every morning (and afternoon)

Anonymous
2 years ago

God forbid you use it for leisure/recreation.

Anonymous
2 years ago

10 mile 30 minute commute… how fat are you.

Anonymous
2 years ago

sTFU No one is going to bike 10 miles to work in the sun/ rain

Anonymous
2 years ago

true – especially with no shade trees here — all they will do is plant date palms indigenous to north africa

Anonymous
2 years ago

All over the civilized world (Europe, Asia, and Latin America) including much worse climates than Miami, there’s infrastructure that supports public use of cycles. Miami seems not to be in the civilized world.

Anonymous
2 years ago

As long as it is designed with electric scooters in mind.

Anonymous
2 years ago

It will take twenty years of studies to get this done…

Anonymous
2 years ago

And only one year of studies if they wanted to build a highway instead.

Anonymous
2 years ago

And only two weeks if it were a double-decked one.

Anonymous
2 years ago

and that ridge in 20 years will be the only thing above water LOL

Anonymous
2 years ago

Running along the FEC tracks. Sounds like a plan.

Anonymous
2 years ago

A pedestrian/bike path under the Miami River is needed.

Anonymous
2 years ago

oh yeah who do you think u are

Anonymous
2 years ago

How about we get Tri-Rail running on those tracks?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Stupidest suggestion ever. Trirail Coastal Link is never happening.

Anonymous
2 years ago

This is the guy/girl that said one thousand would never happened. ????‍♂️?‍♂️?‍♂️?‍♂️

Anonymous
2 years ago

Now THIS is some Public Transportation that I can really support.
If this can keep the whiners from whining, i’ll vote for 2 of them!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Bravo to our friends at Miami-Dade TPO & Gannett Fleming for advancing this concept.

Lemon City Train Station
2 years ago

The FEC Corridor should definitely house a bike trail and a walking trail! Long overdue. Respect for history and Lemon City and Little River.

Anonymous
2 years ago

C’mon, our grandkids will all be dead of old age before Miami-Dade spends money on a public benefit like this