I am thinking of moving to Ft. Lauderdale from Boston. I want to know do I need a car to move around or is?

is there a good public transportation system or a good walking city just like Boston. What are the major differences in getting from spot to spot? And apart from weather, do you think this is a good move... financial jobs, social life, etc. Thanks.

Asked By: Killer Chick - 2/25/2007
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To specifically answer your question.... you will need a car if you want to get around. I am not familiar with Boston--but I am sure you are thinking big city--metro, subway, trains, cabs, bus...etc. It's not like that. I am sure there are ways to get around, there is the tri-rail...but it's not what you are... More
Answered By: momof3 - 2/25/2007
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i live in ftl and yes you need a car. everything in fl is far apart.
Answered By: rick k - 2/25/2007
FtL is a collection of sprawling suburbs with a small downtown. You need a car car to get anywhere. Nobody here can tell you what will be agood move for you.
Answered By: MLaw - 2/25/2007
everything in FLL is so far!! you need a car, period.
Answered By: Gonzalo Tello - 2/26/2007
wow! the first response was right on the dot! Like previously stated, you will need a car to get around anywhere in south florida! we have a public bus system but its crappy and it will take you forever to get where you have to go. As far as the move, I have alot of friends that visit Miami and FT.Lauderdale and fall... More
Answered By: mslatin8501 - 2/26/2007
i would recommend having your own car, but their are bus systems to take you from place to place. ft lauderdale is more spread out than boston so walking isn't always an option.
Answered By: KT! - 2/26/2007
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