Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport
The Broward MPO and its partner Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport (FLL) work collaboratively to encourage the most cost effective and efficient connections for our residents and guests. Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport currently serves 621 commercial flights, 30 airlines and 22 million passengers a year in four terminals. Expansion plans include a new east-west runway, a new international terminal and baggage facilities. In addition, the Broward MPO encourages the Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport to continue to work on streamlining the direct connection between the Airport, the Seaport and all of our municipalities.
Details on Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport and its expansion plans can be found on the following websites:
For more information on the Broward MPOs efforts to support Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport please contact Ricardo Gutierrez, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 954-876-0044.
The Broward MPO works very closely with our Seaport partner Port Everglades, in planning and funding of its vast operations that has widespread economic impact in Southeast Florida. Port Everglades moves approximately 23 million tons of liquid, bulk and containerized cargos with operating revenues in excess of $66 million. Port Everglades have more than 5,300 ships making ports of call, including some of the largest cruise ships in the world.
The Broward MPO, Port Everglades and the Florida Department of Transportation District IV have partnered to plan, fund and build a direct rail connection to help move containerized freight from Port Everglades to the Southeast United States.
Details on Port Everglades, the Port Master Plan and the direct rail connections can be found at the following websites:
For more information on the Broward MPO’s efforts to support Port Everglades please contact Paul Flavien at email@example.com or at 954-876-0045.
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