Message From Our Executive Director, Greg Stuart 

Last week, Hurricane Ian put our state’s infrastructure and resources to the test. Our roads and bridges enable our community to function, and during emergencies these facilities are our lifelines. The Broward Metropolitan Planning Organization has been working with the Federal government to explain our unique climate change needs and make sure funding is available to raise and upgrade bridges and move water away from roads. Through strategic planning and modern engineering we can keep our slice of paradise safe. To learn about the Broward MPO's resiliency efforts, click HERE. Thank you!


Broward MPO Hosts Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance Meetings

Thank you to everyone who joined us on September 27 as we hosted the Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance joint Leadership and Governor Council meeting. The role of the Governor Council is to deliver an unbiased assessment and evaluation of Greater Fort Lauderdale and Broward County's economic strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats. The Leadership Council promotes increased public/private sector collaboration and leadership for economic development policies and investments which enhance Greater Fort Lauderdale/Broward County’s economic competitiveness.

Click HERE for more information about how you can get involved with the Alliance.


Enjoy a Magical Winter Experience on Brightline

THE POLAR EXPRESS™ is back for another magical season. Pre-sale tickets are now live and you’re the first to know. The holiday magic begins December 3. West Palm Beach and Fort Lauderdale residents can take Brightline down to THE POLAR EXPRESS™ experience at Brightline MiamiCentral Station. Gather your friends & family and get on board an experience with hot chocolate, cookies and Santa that all will enjoy. Add a little magic to this year’s holiday season. Get your golden tickets before they sell out!


The 2nd Annual Pedal in Pink Bikes and Brunch Event is Happening on Sunday, October 9th

Join Muscle Mom Fitness & Breaking The Cycle and ride with a purpose. They are having a bike ride on October 9th in honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness month. Let's honor the breast cancer fighters, survivors & the ones we lost to this disease. Participants are strongly encouraged to wear PINK, decorate their bikes, and get ready to have a good time for a great cause! Click HERE to learn more about this event today!



Officers will patrol railroad crossings

South Florida law enforcement agencies, partnering with Brightline, will step up their efforts to prevent drivers from recklessly trying to beat the high-speed trains. Click HERE to read the Sun Sentinel article and learn more.

The Next Episode of Our "Let's Talk Transportation" Podcast Available on October 15

Join us on the next episode of "Let's Talk Transportation" for a discussion with City of Fort Lauderdale Mayor Dean Trantalis. In this episode, which drops on October 15, we talk about the city's growth and infrastructure plans, including the City's desire for a tunnel under the New River as part of the next commuter rail project, and the need for smart traffic signals. Mayor Trantalis was first elected mayor of Fort Lauderdale in 2018 and was re-elected in November 2020. His 2018 election represented the largest victory in city history for a candidate running for a first term as mayor. The 2020 election was also by landslide proportions and featured the largest turnout ever in a city race. Mayor Trantalis previously served on the City Commission representing District 2 from 2003 to 2006 and from 2013 until his ascension to the mayor's office. He twice served as vice mayor: from 2005 to 2006 and from 2016 to 2017. He represents the city on the Broward Metropolitan Planning Organization, the county Tourism Development Council, the Broward Workforce Development Board, the Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance and the Florida League of Mayors. Click HERE to learn more!


State of the Region Awards

February 2, 2023

The State of the Region Awards is back! Save the date for this exciting event happening on February 2, 2023, at the Diplomat Resort in Hollywood, starting at 6:00 p.m. Stay tuned for more details coming soon. We look forward to seeing you there, as we honor the best in transportation and mobility. More details coming soon!  

Deadline to Submit CSLIP Applications

Fast Approaching

The deadline to submit project applications to Cycle 7 of the Complete Streets and Other Localized Initiatives Program (CSLIP) is this Thursday, October 6th, 2022 by 5:00 p.m. Please note that in order to submit an application, your agency must have participated in a pre-application meeting earlier this year with MPO and FDOT staff to discuss the details of your proposed project. CSLIP is a competitive grant program offered by the Broward MPO for local transportation projects that will improve the safety and mobility for all transportation users in Broward County.  If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the CSLIP Manager, Kerrie MacNeil, at 954-876-0072 or

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