Stanley B. Price and Anthony De Yurre discussed and explored at Bilzin Sumberg’s South Florida Redevelopment Conference the history of Rapid Transit Zones in Miami-Dade County, the effects of the municipal devolution, and future trends for the development of RTZs. Miami-Dade’s County’s first mass transit ordinances for Rapid Transit Zones (RTZs) were developed in the 1970s. Stanley B. Price, served as a principle draftsmen for these laws, which initially gave the County total jurisdiction over rapid transit development within its borders. Subsequent devolution of some decision-making authority to local municipalities substantially altered the course of development in the County, while recent events have involved greater jockeying between the County and the municipalities over RTZs.
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