Picture of the Day: Midblock Crosswalk Signal Broken Since Hurricane Irma

It’s been nearly 4 months since Hurricane Irma came through Miami and that’s exactly how long this midblock crosswalk signal has been laying on the side of the road on Biscayne Boulevard and 15th Street. This also happens to be next to iPrep Academy, so there are a lot of children in this area. 

Please help me understand why it has taken so long for the Miami Dade Transportation and Public Works Department to fix this signal. This is baffling to me. How does this happen?

On another note, I’m not fan of these midblock “death walks” and will save my rant for another post about the dangers of midblock crosswalks when traffic calming isn’t part of the solution. 

Event: Developer Forum and Cocktails to Closings

Join the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce for an informative discussion on the latest real estate development trends and how transit is revolutionizing the industry. Panel sessions will be followed by a cocktail reception at Florida’s first mass transit connected real estate project.

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Tuesday, February 6, 2018

3 Miami Central
161 NW 6th Street, 12th Floor
Miami, FL 33136

ULI Event: The Arts + Entertainment District: A Case Study in Neighborhood Revitalization

Join ULI for the Arts + Entertainment District exploration event.

Join Richard Florida of the Creative Class Group/Urban Future Initiative, and Nir Shoshani of NR Investments for this exciting event exploring the evolution of one of Miami’s most vibrant neighborhoods.

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February 1, 2018

Venue: CANVAS Collection Pop-Up Gallery
70 NE 17th ST
Miami, FL 33132-1229