Message From Our Executive Director, Greg Stuart 

Happy Labor Day! The latest edition of our Mobility Monday newsletter is here, and this week we're talking about safety in and around school zones. The new school year brings student drop-off lines that slow our morning commutes to work, with neighborhoods livened by children walking and biking to school. In this country, vehicle incidents are now the second leading cause of death for children. The Broward Metropolitan Planning Organization invests in a safe transportation system to ensure our most vulnerable are protected. But it takes a village: the responsibility is on all of us to ensure they get to school and back in one piece.  

Six Tips for School Zone Safety

In school zones, motorists must slow down to the marked speed limit.

Motorists must yield to a stopped school bus! Failure to yield is a moving violation.

In a school zone, when flashers are blinking, yield to pedestrians who are crossing.

Always stop for a school patrol officer or crossing guard holding up a stop sign.

Look out for children in school zones, near playgrounds, parks and residential areas.

When entering a school zone, be sure to slow down and obey all traffic laws.

"Let's Talk Transportation" Podcast

Launches on September 15

We're so excited to announce the official launch of our new Let's Talk Transportation podcast this month. Our first episode features a discussion with special guests Sheila Rose, Deputy City Manager, City of Coconut Creek. 

She is a certified land planner with extensive experience in environmental planning, site, urban planning, transportation planning, environmental impact statements, and right-of-way acquisition. Richard Blattner is a former commissioner in the City of Hollywood, and former chairperson of the Broward Metropolitan Planning Organization, a position he has held for seven years. He retired after a 23-year career as a manufacturer’s representative for Suncoast Marketing, which he owned and operated. More details coming soon!

BTactical Lake Ridge Project Prioritized in

City Neighborhood Mobility Masterplan


The Broward MPO selected NE 15th Avenue between NE 11th Street and NE 13th Street in the City of Fort Lauderdale to be implemented as a pilot project in 2022. This project is prioritized in the City of Fort Lauderdale's Neighborhood Mobility Masterplan (2015-2025) for Lake Ridge. The Tactical Urbanism Program, practical, is a Broward Complete Streets Initiative effort to quickly implement multimodal safety improvements on the Broward Roadway Network, following the recommendations of the set of priority action items identified in the Bicycle & Pedestrian Safety Action Plan and Complete Streets Master Plan.


South Florida Business and Wealth Magazine Hosts Future of Transportation: Smart, Green, and Connected 

***Use complimentary code SFBWVIP914 when you RSVP to attend for free. Hurry! Space is filling up fast!

Join South Florida Business & Wealth Magazine's next CEO Connect, featuring our Executive Director Greg Stuart, along with a rock star panel of experts as they discuss new and emerging transportation technologies on the horizon.


South Florida Business & Wealth Magazine in partnership with the Broward MPO and Florida Atlantic University


Vision 2100 series hosted by the Broward MPO


September 14, 2022

5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.


Tower Club

100 SE 3rd Avenue, 28th Floor

Fort Lauderdale, FL 33394


Broward County Seeks Your Input on

Premium Mobility Plan

To support Broward’s continued growth and prosperity, voters approved a one-cent surtax for transportation named the Mobility Advancement Program (MAP) Broward. A goal of MAP Broward is to provide enhanced transit services. In response, Broward County Transit is developing the Premium Mobility Plan or PREMO to define a program of premium transit projects that meets the need of the county and achieves the objectives set forth by MAP Broward. The County is seeking public input on the plan. Click here to learn more. 

Get Rewarded for Traveling Around Town

For a limited time, you could actually get paid while traveling around town to work, school, and more. Now through September 30th, every trip you take around town can help you earn gift cards to your favorite stores and restaurants like Amazon, Target, Starbucks, and more as a participant in the Smartphone Rewards Program! Getting started only takes a minute! Click here to learn more about the program and get signed up.


Broward MPO and FDOT District 4 Host Meet and Greet

On August 29, the Broward MPO hosted a meet and greet with the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), District 4 to discuss the shared mission and vision of both agencies as we collaborate on mobility projects designed to improve the quality of life in Broward County.  

We're Hiring! Check Out Our Newest Opportunities!


The Broward MPO is looking for professional skills to complement existing staff in the administration of grant funding through the Federal Highway Administration, Federal Transit Administration, and the Florida Department of Transportation.



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!

Broward MPO Offices Closed on Labor Day

The Broward MPO office will be closed on Monday, September 5th, in observance of Labor Day. We will be back in the office Tuesday, September 6th. From all of us at the Broward MPO, we wish you and your loved ones a safe and happy Labor Day!

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