We have downtown security riding around on bicycles. Here they are crossing one of the many pedestrian crosswalks along Flagler. Cars are supposed to stop. Most of the time, 95%, they do not. The design right now promotes speeding and separates the whole "access to the Waterfront" concept they spent so much money on. It's difficult to access when you have to constantly dodge 4 lanes of cars.
Waterfront (Multi-Use) Trail going underneath the Okeechobee Blvd/Royal Palm Bridge along the Flagler Drive seawall. This is one of the best designs for safe infrastructure, in my opinion, in the entire downtown area for cyclists and pedestrians. It allows safe passage without having to deal with trying to cross the mess that is that intersection.