Underline Linear Park – Public Meeting November 9th

Miami Underline composite with mapFriends of the Underline invite you to attend the third and final public meeting to discuss The Underline’s master plan. Input from “residents living within a half-mile of the future Underline corridor from the Miami River, north of the Brickell Metrorail Station to Dadeland South Metrorail stations” is particularly sought. The James Corner Field Operations team will present the design vision for The Underline sections at Brickell and University of Miami.

The Underline Public Meeting: Miami River to Dadeland South

Miami-Dade Transit and the Miami-Dade Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces Departments, in partnership with Friends of The Underline invite you to attend a public meeting on Monday, Nov. 9, 2015, from 6-8 p.m., at Glasgow Hall, UM’s School of Architecture, Coral Gables, to present The Underline’s developing framework and master plan, plus design proposals of two demonstration projects in the areas of Brickell and the University of Miami (UM). The meeting will be led by The Underline’s master plan design team James Corner Field Operations.

 

The Underline is a proposed 10-mile stretch of biking and pedestrian trails and park spaces located beneath the county’s Metrorail, in the Transit Department’s Right of Way, between the Miami River north of Brickell and Dadeland South stations. The project’s vision is to enhance connectivity, mobility, and biking safety for hundreds of thousands of Miami-Dade residents and visitors.

When: Monday, November 9, 6-8 p.m.
Where: Glasgow Hall, UM, School of Architecture, 1223 Theo Dickinson Dr., Coral Gables
How to Get There:

  • MetroRail: Exit University of Miami station, cross Ponce de Leon Blvd and head north to UM’s School of Architecture, Glasgow Hall, 1223 Theo Dickinson Drive.
  • Bike: It’s easy, park in front of Glasgow Hall, UM’s School of Architecture, 1223 Theo Dickinson Drive.
  • Car: Park at the Pavia Garage, or on the street and walk to the Glasgow Hall on UM’s School of Architecture, 1223 Theo Dickinson Drive.

Click here to register on Eventbrite.

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