The purpose of this study is to enhance the transit passenger and bicycle and pedestrian experience, identify congestion and safety improvements, develop short-term recommendations that can be carried in the next 3 to 5 years, and identify longer-term improvements.
The Broward MPO, in partnership with the Palm Beach MPO and South Florida Commuter Services, has produced a video that explains what a metropolitan planning organization (MPO) is and how regional transportation projects in Broward get funded. Click on the Read More button to view the video.
The Broward MPO is pursuing a 2015 Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) grant to accelerate the construction of Complete Streets projects throughout Broward.
Commitment 2040 Broward's Long Range Transportation Plan Update was adopted in December 2014. For more information and to GET INVOLVED click on the Read more button below.
The MPO has started an important conversation with regional partners about our transportation future. The community conversations we have today will lead us to an action plan and timeline to expand our transportation choices.
WHAT ARE COMPLETE STREETS? A complete street is a street where the entire right of way is planned, designed, and operated for all modes of transportation and all users regardless of age or ability. Pedestrians, bicyclists, transit riders, and motorists of all ages and abilities must be able to safely move along and across a complete street. Complete streets make it easy to cross the street, walk to shops,catch the bus, and bike to work.
The Broward MPO's Vision and Mission
The Broward MPO’s vision is to transform transportation in Broward County to achieve optimum mobility with emphasis on mass transit while promoting economic vitality, protecting the environment, and enhancing quality of life.
The mission of the Broward MPO is to influence the expenditure of federal and state funds to provide a regional transportation system that ensures the safe and efficient mobility of people and goods, optimizes transit opportunities, and enhances our community’s environmental and economic well-being.
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