The SR 7 Multimodal Improvements Corridor Study has been completed!
Thank you to all of those involved!
The Final Summary Report and prioritized list of projects was approved by the Broward MPO Board on July 14, 2016. The next steps in the implementation of the proposed projects includes coordination between the Florida Department of Transportation, Broward MPO, Broward County Transit, and other transportation planning partners. To read the Final Summary Report and for other documents, refer to the Documents tab on main page of the study.
For any additional information, please contact James Cromar, Project Manager, by email at email@example.com or by phone at 954-876-0038.
The Broward Metropolitan Planning Organization welcomes you to browse our Improve SR 7 project page.
To enhance the transit passenger, bicycle, and pedestrian experience, identify congestion and safety improvements, develop short-term improvements that can be carried out immediately, identify longer-term improvements for project development, and meet the terms of environmental regulations.
- Reduce Traffic Congestion
- Reduce Crashes and Crash Severity
- Increase Non-Single Occupancy Vehicle (Non-SOV) Mode Share
- Improve Access to Transit
- Improve Transit Performance
- Promote Infill and Redevelopment
e-Townhall Meeting Held November 12th
An e-Townhall meeting for the SR 7 Multimodal Corridor Improvements Study was held on Thursday, November 12th at 7pm. The meeting began with an introduction of the study and moved to a question and answer session where interested parties asked questions of the panel. The panel included representatives from the Broward Metropolitan Planning Organization, Broward County Transit, and Florida Department of Transportation District 4.
Thank you to everyone who attended this important meeting. Just over 20,000 people within the SR 7 study area received a phone call for this e-Townhall meeting and 2,347 people accepted the call to participate. At one point there were 451 people participating at once. A total of 346 people participated longer than 5 minutes with an average call time of 37.5 minutes. The event concluded with 181 people on the phone. An additional 18 people participated via the website and 3 people participated at the designated listening location (Plantation City Hall). During the event, 10 people asked their question live and the panel answered several other questions submitted ahead of the event.