Message From Our Executive Director, Greg Stuart 

This new year brings new opportunities for the Broward Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) and all of our residents. We are in the third year of a historic transportation funding package from the federal government. If successful, the $30 million in grants the Broward MPO and our partners applied for will significantly increase our investments in safety and technology throughout Broward. This year, the Broward MPO will kickoff our “Route to 2050,” an update to our transportation plan that sets the course of transportation improvements for the next 25 years. We look forward to working with the community to shape the transportation landscape for the future!


Broward MPO Route to 2050

Transportation Plan Update Coming Soon!

The Broward Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) is working hard to address the transportation issues of today, looking ahead to 2050, and exploring new mobility options for the future. We are currently developing Route to 2050, an update to our transportation plan.

As part of this plan, we will look at things like how to accommodate electric vehicles, ensure our transportation system can withstand changes in our weather patterns, and improve access to your destinations by providing more options for getting you there. We want to hear from you!

Get involved in Route to 2050 and use your voice to help shape transportation projects. You will have many opportunities to engage with us before the plan is finalized in December 2024. Stay tuned for more details coming soon!

Thank You to 2023 State of the Region Awards Presenting Sponsor Deloitte

We are so grateful for the support of Deloitte, Presenting Sponsor of our 2023 State of the Region Awards. The event celebrates the impact of the Broward MPO's significant role in planning and directing transportation and infrastructure projects throughout the region and honor those who advocate for smart planning and connectivity.

The State of the Region Awards will take place from 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. on Thursday, February 2 at the Diplomat Resort and Spa in Hollywood. This event will coincide with the Safe Streets Summit presented by the Broward MPO and local partners. Click HERE to purchase your tickets today!

Broward MPO Executive Director Greg Stuart Talks Sustainable Mobility With Expert Panel at the 2023 Consumer Electronics Show

Check out this video of our Executive Director Greg Stuart participating in a panel at the 2023 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas earlier this month. Greg was joined by an expert panel of representatives from Ford and other organizations to discuss the future of sustainable mobility.

Safe Streets Summit Mobile Workshops

Provide Unique View of Regional Transportation

Did you know that the Safe Streets Summit is South Florida’s premier event for creating safer, healthier, and more vibrant communities? Since 2014, the Broward MPO has brought together policymakers, technical staff, and other interested parties to discuss how to turn Complete Streets projects from planning into implementation. Now expanded to include Miami-Dade Transportation Planning Organization (TPO) and Palm Beach Transportation Planning Agency (TPA), this conference promotes regional collaboration in building a safe and accessible transportation system. One of the best parts of this conference is the mobile workshops which provide participants with an up-close experience of South Florida's transportation system. To learn more, check out this video with of a walking tour in the City of Fort Lauderdale and purchase your tickets before they sell out! 


New Board Member Spotlight

Aisha Gordon

The Broward MPO is proud to welcome new members to our Board of Directors, including Aisha Gordon, Mayor of the City of Oakland Park. Mayor Gordon was elected to the Oakland Park City Commission in 2020. She has been a resident of Oakland Park for 15 years, after annexation in 2005. Mayor Gordon believes in collective envisioning and community mobilizing to assure a more vibrant, cleaner, greener, safer, sustainable environment and a strong economy for years to come. Mayor Gordon relocated from New York City over 25 years ago. While living in New York, she acquired an A.S. Degree from New York University and later attended Nova Southeastern University where she received a B.S. degree in Business Management and a M.B.A. degree with a concentration in Business and Entrepreneurship. We extend our thanks to Mayor Gordon for her service on our board!


Enjoy Special Offers from Brightline

Welcome aboard! Brightline is here to get you to South Florida's top events, concerts, beaches, or the office with high-speed rail service between Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and West Palm Beach. The future looks even brighter.

Service from Miami to Orlando begins in 2023, with stops at their shiny new stations in Aventura and Boca Raton along the way. Get off the road and get on board. SMART fares start at just $10, and monthly passes unlock fares as lows as $7. Discounted fares are available with two days advance purchase. Click HERE to book your trip now!


New Episode of Our "Let's Talk Transportation" Podcast Dropped on January 15

Check out the latest episode of our podcast “The ABCs of Hollywood: Adaptation, Bikes, and Commuting.” In this episode, our Executive Director Greg Stuart talks with City of Hollywood Vice Mayor Caryl Shuham about bikes, commuting options in the city, and how the city is working to address issues created by climate change. Click HERE to listen now.

Broward MPO Offices Closed on January 16 in Observance of Martin Luther King Day

The Broward MPO offices will be closed on Monday, January 16, in observance of Martin Luther King Day. Our offices will reopen on Tuesday, January 17 at 9:00 a.m.

We're Hiring!

Join Our Team at the Broward MPO!


The MPO is looking for an experienced professional with a background in transportation planning, project management, contract management, and knowledgeable of project compliance with regard to all applicable federal, state, and local rules and regulations.


Monday, January 23

2:00 p.m. Local Coordinating Board Public Workshop

3:00 p.m. Local Coordinating Board Regular Business Meeting

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