iancanton wrote:prohibition chicago, with non-neighbouring buildings separated by streets and linked by dotted paths if not in the same block, is one way to go. another is classic cities, with buildings linked by lines representing bus, metrorail or metromover routes. copenhagen sightseeing is a third way, with each region given the name of a building and being adjacent only if visibly touching. i'm sure u can think of others!
here is a map of the metromover routes for u to see whether this part of the plan is viable. parts of the inner loop and omni loop seem most relevant for our purposes.
http://www.miamidade.gov/transit/metrom ... ations.asp
Yes I was going to use some of the LightRail and MetroMover stations to help get around Miami a little, and have the stations at the intersections of the roads. So it would be more Rl, get off the LRT, and travel down a road to your next destination.