The purpose of the Mobility Hubs Program is to provide funding for Mobility Hub planning studies, design, and construction through competitive and discretionary grants to eligible applicants. The MPO launched its first Mobility Hubs competitive grant funding cycle on December 9, 2021, and through this application process the City of Coconut Creek Mobility Hub Master Plan was selected. Come back here often for updates on the master plan's progress and for information about the public outreach that will be conducted throughout the planning process. 

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Mobility Hubs Tier 1 Program Summary



Mobility Hubs are transit access points with frequent transit service, high development potential and a critical point for trip generation or transfers within the transit system.

The 2035 Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) created and defined the ‘mobility hub’ concept based on a variety of land use and transit criteria.

The Hub concept has evolved as the Broward MPO has worked with partner agencies and local governments to design and implement the Hubs. There has been a greater focus on pedestrian and bicycle connections, secure and comfortable places to wait for transit, and safe and easy transfers between routes. These investments in public spaces provide the framework for private investment in places where people live, work and play.

The Broward MPO updated the Mobility Hubs Program in May 2018. The program update included a market analysis for Mobility Hubs, redefining locations and typologies of Hubs, and an implementation program to better identify locations for future Hubs. 


As the Mobility Hubs continue to evolve the hubs will still accomplish the MPO's three main goals:


Move People & Goods

  • Maximize Transit Ridership
  • Improve Accessibility for all (Regional) Users of the Transportation System
  • Achieve Level-of-Service (LOS) Standards on Existing Infrastructure
  • Maintain Infrastructure

Create Jobs

  • Maintain or Reduce Average Travel Time to Major Economic Centers of the Urban Area (Regional)
  • Promote New Development
  • Minimize the Overall Cost of Travel
  • Maximize Private Investments in Transportation Service Provision

Strengthen Communities

  • Reduce Accidents, Injuries and Fatalities
  • Promote Redevelopment and Infill
  • Provide Options for Non-motorized Travel 
  • Insure Transportation Benefits and Costs are Equitably Distributed throughout the Region
  • Promote Environmentally Sensitive Projects
  • Insure Projects include Appropriate Aesthetic Considerations in their Project Design