Message From Our Executive Director, Greg Stuart 

Happy Halloween and welcome to this week's edition of Mobility Monday! I wish Halloween could be every day. Not for the costumes or the candy, but because this is the one day of the year when we are encouraged to and even rewarded for walking through our neighborhoods. Studies show that walking can reduce stress, improve health, and create a sense of community and belonging. The Broward Metropolitan Planning Organization has invested millions of dollars in infrastructure to make walking and cycling more comfortable, convenient, and safe. These investments are meant to make getting around our region better year-round. Let’s all make more days like Halloween. Trick or Treat!  


Broward MPO Team Shares Best Practices in Transportation at the 2022 AMPO Conference

The Broward MPO team had a great time at this year's Association of Metropolitan Planning Organizations (AMPO) Annual Conference in Minneapolis last week. We enjoyed sharing our expertise and best practices from our region, as well as learning from our colleagues at MPOs around the country. To learn more about AMPO, click HERE

Broward MPO Executive Director to Speak at Port Everglades Association Luncheon



Miramar Mile Run Deadline Fast Approaching

Join Vice Mayor Yvette Colbourne at the Miramar Mile Run, Saturday November 12, 2022 at the Miramar Regional Park, 16801 Miramar Parkway. There will be giveaways, vendors and fun activities for the entire family! Click HERE to register today! 

Hollywood Public Hearing for

Community Shuttle November 2 

The City of Hollywood Commission is set to consider a new Community Shuttle Program. The public is invited to attend the Regular City Commission Meeting on Wednesday November 2nd at 1:00 p.m. at City Hall, 2600 Hollywood Boulevard, Room 219. An agenda item will be presented to introduce a new Fixed Route Community Shuttle Program in partnership with Broward County Transit Division. The shuttle program will be funded by Broward County and provided at no cost to residents. Click HERE to learn more. 


Halloween Safety Tips for Trick or Treaters

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Halloween is the deadliest day of the year for children who are pedestrians. More than twice as many children are killed in pedestrian car crashes between the hours of 4:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. than on any other day throughout the year at the same time. Drivers between the ages of 15-25 accounted for nearly one-third of all fatal crashes involving child pedestrians on Halloween. Here are some tips to keep your little ones safe this Halloween.

  • Wear bright clothes. If your child’s costume is dark, carry lighted lanterns, and make sure they wear reflectors, particularly on their shoes.

  • Always cross in crosswalks and make sure you and your children look every which way before you cross the street. Do not jaywalk. 

  • Use a flashlight to show drivers where you are at all times.

  • Always warn your children not to get into the car of anyone they do not already know well. Give them a cell phone to use in case of an emergency. Make sure the adult they are trick or treating with has one too.

Save the Date:

2023 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. We look forward to seeing you there, as we honor the best in transportation and mobility. Click HERE to learn more about sponsorship opportunities. 

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