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The City of Miami has embarked on a bicycle pedestrian mobility plan for the Overtown and Wynwood areas. These central urban neighborhoods have numerous mobility needs to serve the existing residents, business owners, and visitors who come to see the beautiful mural walls, historic Overtown, and diverse museums and shops. In addition, the area is attracting many new residents who want to enjoy an urban lifestyle where walking, bicycling, and convenient access to public transportation are the most viable forms of transportation.
We want to hear from you! The City is engaging the residents, merchants, and visitors of the Overtown and Wynwood areas to provide ideas and input to the bicycle and pedestrian mobility plan. All ideas and comments are welcome. A draft needs plan map has been prepared to start the conversation, which will be revised to include comments and ideas that we receive. The link below provides access to an online survey where you can provide input, which will be included in the analysis and recorded in the plan. In addition, there will be a public meeting at Williams Park (1717 NW 5th Avenue) on Thursday, September 12, at 5:00 PM.
Take the survey now!
Miami Green Lab welcomes the monthly meeting of American Institute of Architect’s Miami Chapter Committee on the Environment (COTE) on Wednesday May, 15 from 6 to 7 PM. The meeting will inlcude a tour of Miami Green Lab. More information on the AIA Miami COTE meeting can be found here. Please RSVP to email@example.com.
On-site parking at Miami Green Lab is limited. We encourage carpooling and other alternative modes of transporation. For more information, please click here.
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For more information or to volunteer, please contact Ajani Stewart at (305)960-5192 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
On Wednesday, March 13 at 5:30 PM, Miami Green Lab will host the monthly meeting of the Miami branch of the US Green Building Council. The event will include a tour of Miami Green Lab and a presentation on Greening Our Schools by Dream in Green titled: “Greening Our Schools: How to Improve the Learning Environment for Our Students”. More information is available here.
Note that on-site parking is limited at Miami Green Lab. For alternative transportation and parking options, please click here.