Campaigns

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.

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Transportation Authority

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.

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Better Bus Project

The Better Bus Project is the first advocacy-led and community-driven bus network redesign in the country. We are redesigning the bus network to increase frequent bus routes, create better connections, and make a more useful network in order to recover ridership.

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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.

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Our Progress

Transit Alliance is the largest mobility advocacy organization in Miami-Dade County. Together with our coalition partners, elected leaders, hundreds of advocates, and a dedicated team – we have moved Miami forward on key mobility issues over the past few years.

We advocated for the first walk-up coronavirus testing sites in Miami-Dade County
We helped close Ocean Drive to cars and continue to advocate for more streets for people and businesses
We are spearheading the nation's first advocacy-led and community-driven bus network redesign
We helped advocate against the Kendall Parkway highway project
We released the first countywide Mobility Scorecard
We built the first real-time public transit audit measuring Metrorail's on-time performance
We restored $15 million to the transit budget

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