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Liberty City Trolley plan would cut into Brickell route

Apr 25, 2019

Although the City of Miami’s free trolley system extends to all corners of the city, no dedicated route serves the Liberty City area. That may be about to change – with Brickell trolleys running less often as a result.


On the agenda for today’s (4/25) city commission meeting is a proposal to begin a defined regular route for a city trolley through Liberty City connecting with other established public transit routes and services.


The proposed resolution, if approved, would authorize City Manager Emilio González to take all necessary steps, including negotiating and executing an amendment to the city’s current agreement with Miami-Dade County, to allow for addition of a Liberty City route to the city’s trolley system to connect with the existing Little Haiti Trolley Route, Allapattah Metrorail Station, and numerous Miami-Dade County Metrobus routes.


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