The Strategic Miami Area Rapid Transit (SMART) Plan is a comprehensive plan which advances six rapid transit corridors to examine the costs and viability of extending rail or other high-speed transit options along each corridor in Miami-Dade County. The South Dade Transitway Corridor is the focus of Dover-Kohl’s work on this project. It is one mile wide and extends approximately 20 miles from the Dadeland South Metrorail Station to SW 344th Street Transit Terminal in Florida City. This corridor study plays a pivotal role in shaping the future of the County and as such, the Miami-Dade TPO seeks maximum public involvement. The South Corridor SMART Plan was created using an open planning process that included a series of public workshops. The workshops for the South Corridor were held in Old Cutler Bay, Pinecrest, and Florida City in December 2017. At each workshop, community members were invited to participate in four interactive exercises. The results were tallied and reported back to the workshop participants as a tour of the potential future of the corridor. Three dimensional models were shown at select points along the corridor with descriptions of uses, amenity, job creation, and municipal tax revenue.
Princeton Station - Proposed Improvements
Florida City Station- Proposed Improvements
Naranja Station - Proposed Improvements