Midtown Miami Magazine: The Underline Hosts Spring Cycling

March 14, 2018

On Tuesday, March 13th, The Underline was featured in Midtown Miami Magazine for its upcoming bike ride spearheaded by The Underline Cycling Club powered by Baptist Health South Florida. The April 7th bike ride will explore The Underline’s connections to future and existing destinations in Miami. The ride starts at Dadeland North Metrorail Station at 11 a.m., and will continue to Lummus Park for the Miami River Day Festival. Upon arrival, cyclists will enjoy dozens of snack options, historic tours and activities on the river! To view the full article, click here.

El Nuevo Herald: The 5 Best Places for Free Yoga & Meditation in Miami (Spanish article)

March 8, 2018

El Nuevo Herald featured The Underline’s FREE UnderFit Yoga classes this month, as part of its best places for free yoga and meditation in Miami. UnderFit Yoga is powered by Baptist Health South Florida and is held every Saturday at 10 a.m. at Brickell City Centre. Adults and kids of all ages and levels are welcome and biking or walking to the class is highly encouraged as a great warm-up to the class. Read the full article in Spanish, here.

Gables Bike Day Takes Its Seventh Ride Through Downtown Coral Gables

March 7, 2018

Gables Bike Day is set to return to Downtown Coral Gables this spring for its seventh year. The all-day event, which celebrates biking and walking, will run from 12 noon to 4 p.m. on Sunday, March 25th. This year, the focus of the event is to create a safe space for the community to walk and bike. Gables Bike Day will feature bike tours, exercise classes, music, kid bounce houses and a citywide scavenger hunt along with many more surprises. The event will be organized by Bike Walk Coral Gables (BWCG). For more information click here.

Curbed: 11 ugly urban underpasses now functioning as public parks

February 19, 2018


Friends of The Underline was featured in Curbed this month, as one of 11 creative examples of transit underpasses that have undergone and are in the process of total transformation. All projects listed, are examples of a new era in underpass design—one that emphasizes high-impact solutions to reconnect neighborhoods and revitalize communities. To read the full article, click here.

Miami Today: County waives competitive bids to manage Underline

February 19, 2018


As described in Miami Today, Tuesday, February 6th is a milestone day for Friends of The Underline. Miami-Dade commissioners expedited the creation of the Underline this week by voting to waive competitive bidding procedures to grant The Underline Management Organization Inc. full responsibility to manage the right-of-way under the Metrorail. To read the full article, click here.


Rails to Trails Conservancy: Bright Horizons| Florida’s Miami LOOP

January 31, 2018

Check out The Underline featured in Rails to Trails Conservancy blog as part of The Miami Loop. “At barely 6 feet above sea level, and with urban development at maximum capacity, Miami is virtually at “ground zero” when it comes to climate and mobility issues. But as the city looks forward, it has plans to elevate itself as it seeks to both strengthen and connect its diverse geography and infrastructure.” To read the full article, click here.


Dezeen: Architecture Students Install Bright Orange Stage Below Miami Transit Station

January 23, 2018

Friends of The Underline and students and faculty from the University of Miami’s architecture school created The Brickell Stage, a pop-up performance venue made from 1,001 orange poles underneath the city’s Brickell MetroRail station. The stage became a memorable attraction during Art Basel, that attracted performers from all over Miami including musicians, comedians and poets. Read the full article here.