Land Use in Miami-Dade County

I recently created some Miami-Dade County land-use maps for another fantastic Miami-based blog: TransitMiami.com.

Transit Miami is an online web journal dedicated to Smart Growth-oriented land-use policies, and multi-modal transportation in South Florida.

I’ve made some minor cosmetic modifications to those maps (e.g., giving them a signature “Miami Geographic” north arrow), and made these newer versions available here at Miami Geographic too!

Residential Land-Use in Miami-Dade. Source: Matthew Toro. 2014.

Residential Land-Use in Miami-Dade. Source: Matthew Toro. 2014.

Commercial Land-Use in Miami-Dade. Source: Matthew Toro. 2014.

Commercial Land-Use in Miami-Dade. Source: Matthew Toro. 2014.

Industrial Land-Use in Miami-Dade. Source: Matthew Toro. 2014.

Industrial Land-Use in Miami-Dade. Source: Matthew Toro. 2014.

Park Land-Use in Miami-Dade. Source: Matthew Toro. 2014.

Park Land-Use in Miami-Dade. Source: Matthew Toro. 2014.

Agricultural Land-Use in Miami-Dade. Source: Matthew Toro. 2014.

Agricultural Land-Use in Miami-Dade. Source: Matthew Toro. 2014.

'Mixed' Land-Use in Miami-Dade. Source: Matthew Toro. 2014.

‘Mixed’ Land-Use in Miami-Dade. Source: Matthew Toro. 2014.

As this blog evolves and matures, I’ll be posting additional maps, data, analyses, etc. for your geographical consumption. Enjoy!

 

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2 responses to “Land Use in Miami-Dade County

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  2. I think I mentioned it last time, but how is Mixed-use defined. It seems like Midtown Miami and downtown/Brickell have a number of Mixed Use buildings that I don’t see on this map.

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