Sea-Level Rise - Our City must continue to elevate roads, create incentives to prepare historic properties for sea-level rise, and require all new developments to be built well above the base flood elevation. Many of our stormwater, water, and sewer pipes are as old as the City itself. We must continue to replace our aging infrastructure, so we don't experience a degradation in essential city services nor pollute our sensitive Biscayne Bay.
Mass Transit - We've grown our trolley system to move an average of over 14,000 riders a day. We must now establish a mass transit solution to link to Miami and capitalize on good urban design principles to finally break free from the chains of traffic congestion!
Urban Design - Miami Beach must invest in its public open spaces and push the envelope for superior urban design to create more walkable, bikeable, and affordable neighborhoods where residents and visitors can form bonds and conveniently patronize a mix of interesting commercial uses.