Just outside of the Miami metro area is a little piece of small town America. With a population hovering around 100,000, it’s the most populous municipality labeled a “town” in Florida, but still has that local community vibe to it given it’s relatively large size. Here, people still own horses, herd cattle, and like to think of themselves as a western town. Some urban development has stemmed a little of that spirit, but if you talk to any locals you’ll see it still alive to this day in their mannerisms and folksy ways.
The main forms of transportation in Davie, as with most of Florida, are the major highways byways that intersect this small town. Most people have cars and use them to get to and from the downtown area. There is a local bus system that is part of the greater Miami metropolitan, but it only has limited service in the Davie area and most people tend to drive or walk to get around.