The Underline proves that the space under rail tracks needn't be seedy

With New York having received both the landmark High Line, built from a freight rail, and in talks to get an underground Low Line, what about something in between that uses another underutilized aspect of the street infrastructure? The concept of the Underline in Miami, which was conceived in 2013 by Meg Daly, is based around the 10 miles of dark and cool but underutilized space under the elevated MetroRail.

The Underline hopes to not only beautify this space but improve pedestrian and bicycle safety in the shade of the concrete rail structure.

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