Gambling Traffic in Downtown Miami. Hey – Why not pay for more fraudulent traffic studies? Most of Them are done by Shills.

Just Say “No” to Casinos … by gimleteye
Apparently Armando Codina is stepping in a half-hearted way against casinos. According to Miami Today, Codina now takes the public position that a casino in downtown Miami cannot be built by Genting without massive traffic impacts. Codina suggests that Genting should pay for the traffic infrastructure upgrade needed. Heck, Armando: we can’t even complete an off ramp on North Miami Avenue to the Design District. We can’t even figure out how people are going to get to the new Marlins Stadium by car or public transit. Anyone who has read this blog knows our view about the pitiful traffic pattern of downtown Miami, including the insertion of the Performing Arsht Center and the Heat Arena and the new Museum named for Jorge Perez. Yes with failing to plan for traffic, Miami shoots itself in the foot better than any other city in America. But casinos should be rejected in Miami. Period. Watch the video.

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