The past two weeks, the Miami Herald has treated us to articles describing the vigorous and healthy discussions taking place in Miami-Dade County regarding the future of public transportation.
There are differing opinions: buses or trains.
The fact that these debates are taking place will give the public the opportunity to weigh in.
Nothing like this is taking place in Broward, and yet many of us are aware of the need to address how to move people from home to work, etc.
The failure of the penny sales tax referendum in 2016 cannot deter the Broward County Commission and county administration from holding serious discussions similar to those taking place in Miami-Dade.
I hope those start soon and offer alternatives for us to debate.