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Transportation
3:30 pm
Tue October 2, 2012

How Miami Is Climbing The List Of Top Bike-Friendly Cities

Cyclists ride through the streets of Miami as part of a monthly bike ride called Critical Mass.
Tropical Pedicabs/flickr.com

Miami recently jumped ten spots on Bicycling magazine’s list of the country’s top, bike-friendly cities. It’s the fastest rising city on the list.

But just four years ago, Miami was put on a list of the worst cities to bike in according to Bicycling magazine senior editor Emily Furia.

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Under the Sun
5:45 pm
Mon October 1, 2012

What South Florida Cyclists and Drivers Have to Say to Each Other

Bikes in Monroe County.
Diego Quiros

This is a place that’s sunny, warm, and flat. It seems like it should be a pretty perfect place to ride a bike. It’s not.

Last month, the 36-year-old father, husband and amateur triathelte Aaron Cohen was hit and killed by a car while riding on the Rickenbacker Causeway. The tragedy revived a debate about how drivers and cyclists share—or don’t share—our roads.

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Transportation
8:39 pm
Tue July 31, 2012

A New Yorker's Commute on South Florida Public Transit

Bob B. Brown (Flickr)

South Florida is clearly a car-centered part of the country, but there are a lot of people here who rely on public transportation. This summer, WLRN intern Luc Cohen was one of them.  

Cohen, who is majoring in public and international affairs at Princeton University, was born and raised in New York City. So for him, public transportation is practically second nature.

Before coming to Miami for his internship, Cohen had driven a total of six blocks by himself in his life.

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