The Flagler Trail Master Plan Study was presented last week to the City of Miami Beautification Committee.
The goal is to create a north-south trail running from downtown Miami to Aventura, a presentation stated.
It will be designed for bikes and pedestrians, and not for motorized traffic.
Six transit stations along the route will be connected, allowing for first mile/last mile connectivity for non-motorized travel.
The total length of the trail would be around 14.5 miles, starting from around Brightline’s new MiamiCentral station to Aventura.
According to Friends of Flagler Trail, it would be part of a much larger 225 mile pathway known as the Miami Loop connecting much of Miami-Dade County.
Source: The Next Miami