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For all of these places, as of now you could take metrorail and transfer to tri-rail to get to the airport, once the new airport line is built you could take metrorail directly to the airport as well. It has its own transit system along with what Miami-Dade offers..... By continuing to browse our site you agree to our use of data and cookies.
Same with South Miami, Coconut Grove, Hialeah, etc.It's not an easy walk from the Grove station to Coco Walk or Mayfair. I was thinking of something....much as suburbanite Miamians depend on their cars and talk of how "we couldn't live without our cars", there are actually many places you can live in Miami where you can get along and live a completely normal life without ever driving a car.Same with South Miami, Coconut Grove, Hialeah, etc. A lot of people in the metro area work in one county and live in another.Granted, it's about as difficult as you would imagine it to be, and I do have to borrow a car from time to time.Regarding the Grove station, it's amazing how walkable the Grove is, yet how insignificant a role the metrorail station plays in the neighborhood.This would only be a short ride and wouldn't cost that much.(In NYC actually some people never ride the subway and take taxis a lot of places, you could do the same in Miami if you don't like to use metrorail or metromover.) If you worked downtown or anywhere near any metrorail station (i.e.For all of these places, as of now you could take metrorail and transfer to tri-rail to get to the airport, once the new airport line is built you could take metrorail directly to the airport as well. I have walked from the Grove station to the area around Coco Walk...takes about 7-10 minutes to do that walk, i guess that's too much for some people, but it's not that bad when you walk right down 27th Ave. Station is a little longer but still manageable for anyone who is at all fit.I know that people are attached to suburban living and to their cars but I just wanted to say this to prove that it really is pretty easy to get along without a car in some parts of Miami. Maybe when more of the buildings in downtown that are currently under construction open up and are completed, it will make more downtowners want to walk around more and become less car-reliant. I notice downtown has a lot of people now that just walk and take the metro everywhere, something that you like to see in an urban environment. Since you mentioned the Grove station, I'd like to say that it can be a pain to get to say Coco Walk from the Grove station.- all those areas have their small areas of urban density, walkable streets with shops, malls, restaurants, etc.- but the main point in each is that it has good transit access where you can get to the city center easier and without a car. Originally Posted by aceflamingo23: Yeah, all the metrorail stations south of the Grove have the potential for lots of transit-oriented development. Those areas are urban oases in the middle of the suburbs, and I think part of that has to do with the proximity to the transit stations.