In the Sunshine State, paradise is giving way to pavement. While our cities should be teeming with affordable housing and thriving small businesses, we find ourselves overwhelmed by a sea of parking lots. That's Florida today, thanks to outdated regulations forcing local builders and contracts to build parking spaces we don't need.Visit Campaign
It Takes Transit
Miami-Dade County has long struggled to create multiple, high-quality transportation options (other than car-centric infrastructure) and this lack of mobility options affects every aspect of our community.Visit Campaign
2023 Mobility Scorecard
Transit Alliance Miami advocates for walkable streets, bikeable neighborhoods, and better public transit for all of Miami-Dade County. Data is a cornerstone of our work to hold transportation agencies operating in our community accountable to the expectations they set and to the public’s needs.Visit Campaign
Better Bus Network
The Better Bus Network is the first advocacy-led and community-driven bus network redesign in the country. We have redesigned the bus network to increase frequent bus routes, create better connections, and make a more useful network.Visit Campaign
Build It – Bike It!
Our bike network has been fragmented and unsafe for years – and as more people choose to get to work, access services, and get around on two wheels – we need to build safer infrastructure to connect communities and places. We are advocating for a safe and connected core bike network.Visit Campaign
Our fragmented decision-making structure has led to decades of broken promises and transit being used as a political tool. We are advocating for an independent transportation authority that consolidates decision-making, funding and operations into one entity.Visit Campaign
Coronavirus & Mobility
The coronavirus pandemic presents our community with enormous challenges. Mobility is essential to our crisis response and serves as a lifeline now more than ever. We are advocating for widespread coronavirus testing that is accessible to those without vehicles, permanent street improvements for a stronger recovery, and the adoption of best practices for transit that are emerging nationwide.Visit Campaign
100 Days of C.A.V.A.
We are proud to welcome our new County Mayor, Daniella Levine Cava! As an ardent supporter of public transit and safer streets, we look forward to a new administration that puts effective and equitable transit service first to kick-start a new era of mobility in our county. This campaign by Transit Alliance outlines key objectives for the first 100 days of the new administration.Visit Campaign