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Safer People, Safer Streets
As part of the Mayor's Challenge for Safer People, Safer Streets, in February 2015, U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx announced a nationwide initiative to help reduce pedestrian and bicycle fatalities. Mayor Carlos A. Gimenez was among the first in the nation to announce participation in the Challenge.
In March 2015, the Mayor sent a contingent, led by Deputy Mayor Alina Hudak, to the USDOT Mayor's Challenge for Safer People, Safer Streets Summit to learn best practices.
View the Local Action Plan's meeting agendas, minutes, presentations and summaries.
Local Action Plan
Miami-Dade Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces (MDPROS) and Neat Streets Miami staff is organizing the Local Action Team (LAT), which is comprised of a wide variety of stakeholders including elected officials and community leaders in fields which have a stake in creating a safer community, such as recreation, healthcare, transportation, schools, law enforcement, philanthropy, civic, local and state government, and local thought leaders.
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In September 2015, Mayor Gimenez and Commissioner Moss appointed 22 multi-disciplinary thought leaders to the Local Action Team for Safer People, Safer Streets (LAT). The taskforce was charged with tackling Miami-Dade's dubious distinction as the fourth most dangerous metropolitan area in the nation for pedestrians.
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