Friends of Ludlam Trail and Florida East Coast Industries are excited to invite you to the first public bike ride on the Ludlam Trail, Saturday, November 7, from 10 am – 2 pm. Join us as we ride the trail for the first time from AD Barnes Park to SW 80 Street and back.
Following the ride we will have food, activities for the kids, bike valet and more! Bring a blanket for a family style lunch on the lawn, or explore the trail for the first time. We hope to see you there!
For more information about this event, check our Facebook event page, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For information about future events visit our website.
Friends of the Ludlam Trail is very proud to announce that this Friday will be the grand opening of “Ludlum Trail: From Grassroots to Treetops” at the Coral Gables Museum. This exhibition will help you understand the history of the site and from pine rocklands to visions of what the Ludlam Trail could be. We will showcase historic artifacts, water color artist renderings, work by FIU Landscape Architecture students, the introduction of Ludlam Days, and much more. Admission is FREE on October 2nd during Mercedes-Benz of Coral Gables Gallery Night so come by from 6pm-10pm. We hope to see you there!
This week we met with staff from the Trust for Public Land, Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtenin’s office, and from Miami-Dade County Park, Recreation and Open Space Department. We toured the length of the trail, and discussed the possible connections to transit, parks, and schools. Trail
The City of South Miami is holding a neighborhood meeting this Thursday March 20, 2014, from 12pm to 8pm
at the South Miami Community Center (5800 SW 66th Street). The purpose of the meeting is to get input into the City’s bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure. The Friends of the Ludlam Trail encourage everyone to attend and let city leaders know that we support the implementation of the Ludlam Trail.
The proposed Ludlam Trail is a 6.2-mile multi-use trail through the heart of Miami-Dade County, within the former Florida East Coast railway right-of-way. The trail will connect more than 34,000 people within a half-mile, walkable service area to five greenways, five schools, four parks two transit hubs, and provide a safe dedicated and direct route for cyclists and pedestrians to schools, parks, work and three major shopping areas.
The Friends of the Ludlam Trail is a non-profit coalition dedicated to the implementation of the Ludlam Trail. We represent the thousands of Miami-Dade County residents who want to see the Ludlam trail become an asset for the community as a running, biking, and walking trail. We see the Ludlam Trail project as a way of spurring job creation in our community, realizing immediate value increases for adjacent properties, and achieving a major transportation and recreation connection across the heart of the county. Please join us!