Miami Gardens, Florida is a recently incorporated suburban city in the Miami, Florida metropolitan area. It is characterized best by its sunny weather, a low cost of living, and a stable housing market. With a population of 109,680 people, according to the 2010 census, it is the largest city in Florida with a majority black American populace, at 76.3%.
Transportation options in Miami Gardens are a little limited. Less than 2% of the population use it. This is probably reflected in the average commute to work for residents of Miami Gardens taking 33 minutes, seven minutes longer than the national average. Driving seems to be the most popular way to get around. The carpooling rates in Miami Gardens are about 5% higher than the national average, while there are about 1.2% more people walking to work than in most places, which is impressive. Nearby in Miami, you have access to two different airports, as well as Amtrak and Greyhound services.