Plans For Monorail Transit Subdivision At Resorts World Miami Resubmitted With Metromover Platform Location

Platting documents for a Monorail Transit Subdivision have been resubmitted to Miami-Dade County for review.

The new documents clarify that there will both Monorail and Metromover platforms on one of the tracts.

It also clarifies that a proposed bus terminal will be moved to a tract that is closer to I-395.

According to the newly submitted documents, the Monorail Transit Subdivision will consist of four tracts:

  • Tract A – former Herald building bayfront land
  • Tract B – proposed Monorail and Metromover platforms
  • Tract C – current surface parking lots closer to the Omni
  • Tract D – current surface parking lots closer to I-395

Previously, the plat documents made no mention of a Metromover connection.

The new plat documents were submitted to the county yesterday. The original documents were submitted in September.

 

An older rendering:

The newly resubmitted plat:

 

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Melo is chad and sigma
1 month ago

Triple car the metromover for an Miami Beach extension instead.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Triple car is still too small, at least with the existing form factor of Metromover cars.

Anonymous
1 month ago

What is this, now?
Suburban politicians shouldn’t be allowed to deal with mass transit issues.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Such a bad poorly thought out plan. I hope we remove all the bozos from office who voted for this. They just approved this to say “Hey, look we did something!”

Anonymous
1 month ago

Right, and replace them with people who will do nothing.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Just stop demanding so much parking downtown

Anonymous
1 month ago

Walking your ass miamians and stop use cars.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Deny it

Anonymous
1 month ago

Restructure current rails too swap out Metro Mover with the Monorail and just extend the line to beach stop. Metro Mover is outdated. Let’s get caught up!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Extend Metrorail from Government Center to Miami Beach.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Confused about what this means?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Everyone who visit miami during art basel mentions the horrible traffic chaos and the lack of public transportation.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Who cares? How about the people who actually live here year round?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Those people could greatly benefit from better public transport too. A good public transport would reduce traffic and congestion.

Anonymous
1 month ago

That’s good — the monorail will become a tourist attraction

Steve
1 month ago

Why don’t you build a metro mover and stations to the western part of Miami. From downtown to Sweetwater where its needed! This is something that needs to be addressed in our next mayoral election. Who needs a metro mover to go for a couple of blocks up north. Stupid stupid stupid wasting all of our money then the cry that the city is broke.

Anonymous but you can call me Mike
1 month ago

No vision! Surface parking lots is so last century at this point.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Please build that destination resort world casino!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Too many people are concerned you’ll go broke if they build that resort casino in Miami… other than that, they don’t care if you go broke.

Fern
1 month ago

God just end me. This city is beyond hope