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Over the last two weeks, the City of Tomorrow Challenge has been reviewing over 130 Miami-Dade applications looking at ways to improve walking, driving, bussing, biking, parking, and even flying. Take a look at the 14 semi-finalists that made it through.

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No two cities are the same. Therefore, there is no fixed rule to go about planning a city. A right combination of knowledgeable planners/designers supported by experienced locals with meaningful stories can positively transform a city. Community involvement in the transformation of a city also creates an effective sense of inclusivity and belonging to the city.

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I am thrilled to see the City of Tomorrow Challenge coming together here in Miami-Dade. It arrives at a perfect time as we look for innovative ways to improve mobility through the deployment of technology solutions that are sensitive to our community’s needs. The Challenge is a unique approach to solving the problems we work on daily. It will help us create a process to better understand the context of our neighborhoods to then match them with the appropriate mobility solution.

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Estoy conmovido de ver el Desafío de la Ciudad del Mañana viniendo aquí a Miami-Dade. Llega en el momento perfecto, mientras buscamos formas innovadoras para mejorar la movilidad, a través del despliegue de soluciones tecnológicas que son sensibles a las necesidades de nuestra comunidad. El Desafío es un enfoque único para resolver los problemas en los que trabajamos diariamente. Nos ayudará a crear un proceso para comprender mejor el contexto de nuestros barrios, para luego encontrarle la solución de movilidad adecuada.

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