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Can Miami-Dade County Make Public Transit Cool?

Miami's often stereotyped as a sexy, tropical city with candy-colored sports cars zooming in and out of the lanes. This allure makes people forget the reality of car culture in Miami, such as hazardous driving behaviors, unforgiving traffic, and never-ending construction. Somehow, there’s a level of coolness associated with Miami...
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