If the problem is, as reported in the April 6 article Plan for Biscayne Boulevard would remove lanes, add greenway, how to cross Biscayne Boulevard in the heart of downtown Miami, the solution is to build a pedestrian/bike bridge from one side to the other.
Why in the world would we squeeze the already bottle-necked Biscayne Boulevard from eight lanes to four, spend untold millions of dollars and disrupt life downtown to create a pedestrian greenway, when pedestrians already have the large and lovely Bayfront Park in which to stroll?
Pedestrians will still have to navigate Biscayne Boulevard traffic to get from one side to the other. It’s time for more-practical heads to take charge.
Taffy Gould, Miami