If a mayoral candidate gets his way, you won't need a car or boat to get to Miami Beach from the mainland.
Linking Miami with Miami Beach - via the world's longest urban cable car system - sounds like a joke, but comedian turned community activist Steve Berke says it's not far fetched.
His experts predict building the Skylink between Miami's Bicentennial Park and the Beach's South Point Park plus a cableless light rail system on the Beach would cost $450-million.
The Miami Beach mayoral candidate admits, though, he hasn't conducted detailed engineering studies on his proposed integrated public transportation system.
He'd look to finance it with the help of Miami, Miami-Dade County and private interests.
He says a similar cable car system in London was more than 60% financed by offering up the naming rights.
Berke says the Skylink would be more than a tourist attraction; it would also help with the traffic, parking and towing problems on the Beach.
Click here to read more about Berke's Vision 2020 and see artist renderings of Berke's Skylink and DecoTram.