The Broward MPO is Combining the Congestion Management Process and Livability Planning
The Broward MPO is combining the Congestion Management Process (CMP) and Livability Planning to provide a comprehensive approach to implementing the 2035 LRTP. The integration of transportation and land use is integral to the successful development of an effective multimodal transportation system.
Reducing single occupancy vehicle (SOV) travel, and developing and implementing strategies, other than road widening, to improve safety and mobility through other modes of transportation (i.e. transit, community shuttles, bicycle and pedestrian) are the main intent of the Congestion Management Process/Livability Planning.
What is the Congestion Management Process?
A Congestion Management Process (CMP) presents a systematic process for managing traffic congestion and enhancing the mobility of persons and goods. A CMP must:
Congestion Management Map Series
Hollywood Pines Corridor Project
The Broward MPO has initiated its first Congestion Management Process/Livability Planning Project along Hollywood/Pines Boulevard. The study area for this project extends one half mile to the north and south of Hollywood/Pines Boulevard from SR A1A to US 27 and includes consideration of safety and operational issues along Johnson Street at the northern boundary of the study area.
We encourage you to share and hope that people will sign up on the project website www.hollywoodpinescorridorproject.com to get involved and to keep in touch with developments.
Take a look at the Congestion Management Process: A Guidebook from U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration.
Click Here to View PDF