FDOT, Bike Lanes Get Opposition

FDOT was met with resistance to their bike lane plans for Red Road at their public meeting last night. Bike lanes make sense on this corridor, which is an important connector route to existing and planned bike routes/lanes/sharrows in the cities of Miami and Coral Gables.

The Bike Coalition was represented by Eddy who wrote up a detailed report at MiamiBikeReport.com – (Thank you, Eddy!) Also, read the Miami Bike Scene re-cap here. Please take a moment to email Marta.Rodriguez@dot.state.fl.us [updated] with a message of support for FDOT’s planned bike lanes.

Keep the Bike Lane on Red Road Project- It’s important for safety and will bring me to the same businesses that don’t get it yet!

It just takes a minute for you to make a real impact on better bicycling in South Florida. Do it. Thank you.

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About Kathryn Moore / South Florida Bike Coalition

I'm the President of the South Florida Bike Coalition - a 100% volunteer organization of people dedicated to using their skills and experience to effect more, better bicycling from the Keys to Martin County.

3 thoughts on “FDOT, Bike Lanes Get Opposition

  1. I am a huge supporter of the Red Road Project. I bike quite often on Red Road to go to Key Biscayne or when I go south to Homestead. Alot of cyclists use Red Road as well.

    Keep the Project alive, Miami needs this!

    Frank Olaechea
    Triathlete

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