The Purple Line project had one overarching goal: to raise awareness around the need for improved transit in Miami. As it turns out, thousands of Miamians are not only aware, but they are engaged, involved and ready to be part of that transit community. The Purple Line project created quite a rumble, reaching tens of thousands of individuals through social media and conventional media outlets.
We are so overwhelmingly grateful for all of the support in making this happen. Below is a preliminary (yet formidable) list of the coverage that Purple Line enjoyed -- check to see if you or anyone you know is in one of the many pictures! If there are other sources or other pictures that you would like to share, please comment below or email us at email@example.com.
Thank you again for being part of this! Stay tuned for the next.
transit-station-design- district-pop-purple-line- miami-makes-it-so (middle of page)
com/design/2013/03/want-show- people-benefits-transit-build- pretend-train-station/4920/
index.php?option=com_content& view=article&id=1420:power-in- numbers&catid=50:community- news&Itemid=223
index.php?option=com_content& view=article&id=1396:mass- intransigence&catid=34: neighborhood-correspondents- miami-shores&Itemid=182
Thank you to Daniel Morris for putting this list together!