If you’ve done any traveling in Miami Beach, chances are you’ve noticed that Ocean Drive has been closed to vehicular traffic for several weeks now. However, if you happened to drop by the popular promenade this past weekend, you may have noticed that things changed a bit.
The northbound lanes of Ocean Drive have opened to vehicles once again. The southbound lanes, however, remained closed and were relegated solely to pedestrians and the various restaurants providing alfresco seating options. With the current arrangement, bikes are not allowed to use the pedestrian section, they must either stick to the vehicular traffic lane or make use of the Lummus Park boardwalk to get around.
Miami Beach is currently evaluating a way to make Ocean Drive fully pedestrian during certain periods while allowing vehicles during other times. According to the Miami Herald, the existing arrangement is a temporary solution that will stick around for about two weeks as a pilot program.
How do you feel about Ocean Drive allowing vehicles again?
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