Mobility Monday
Move People & Goods | Create Jobs | Strengthen Communities

Did you miss CoMotion Miami? Don't fret, the recordings from the two-day conference are now live! James Cromar Deputy Executive Directory of Mobility Inatives spoke on the "Moving the Masses - The Future of Regional Transit and Inter-City Connectivity" panel. Tune in to see how the Broward MPO is working with our regional partners to efficiently move Southeast Florida!


Here are a couple of grant opportunities to help you fund projects in your community.

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The BTactical Lake Ridge installation was a success! You may now see pretty birds flying along NE 15th avenue in the freshly painted protected bike lanes. The Broward MPO partnered with the City of Fort Lauderdale and the Lake Ridge Civic Association to address multimodal safety, accessibility, and connectivity. During the four-day installation, volunteers of all ages helped paint striped bike lanes, curb extensions, crosswalks, asphalt art, and plant lush landscaping to further enhance the pedestrian experience and connect the Lake Ridge Community!
Fort Lauderdale Mayor Dean Trantalis rolled up his sleeves to help paint the bike lane crossing at NE 11th Street and NE 15th Avenue.
Florida Senator Gary M. Farmer Jr. showing his support for BTactical with a little elbow grease and paint.
On the second day of the BTactical installation, local and state elected officials helped kick off the day with their support of the quick-build project. During the hour-long morning event Gregory Stuart, Broward MPO Executive Director, Dean Trantalis City of Fort Lauderdale Mayor, Steven Glassman City of Fort Lauderdale Commissioner, and Michael Albetta Lake Ridge Civic Association President thanked the Federal Government for funding received through the Infrastructure Investvemt Jobs Act (IIJA). The BTactical Lake Ridge installation is one of the few ways the Broward MPO is using IIJA funds to increase the quality of life for those who live, work, and play in Broward!
Left to Right: Senator Gary M. Farmer Jr., Lauderdale By the Sea Commissioner Buz Oldaker, Fort Lauderdale Mayor Dean Trantalis, Fort Lauderdale, State Representative Chip LaMarca, Fort Lauderdale Commissioner Steven Glassman, Lake Ridge Civic Association President Michael Albetta, Broward MPO Executive Director Gregory Stuart, State Representative Christine Hunschofsky, Hollywood Vice Mayor Caryl S. Shuham, and President of the Greater Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce Dan Lindblade.
Wednesday, May 25
2:30 p.m. Technical Advisory Committee
6:00 p.m. Citizens' Advisory Committee
The Broward MPO and the City of Deerfield Beach were awarded the Smart Growth Excellence Community Assets Award for the BTactical project: NE 3rd Avenue-Make Broward Better at Tedder. Smart Growth Partnership recognizes projects, policies, and communities that have used approaches that involve a wide variety of stakeholders and are innovative yet could be replicated elsewhere. These awards honor public-and private-sector entities that successfully use Smart Growth Principles to improve quality of life while preserving the environment and protecting public health. The MPO and the City were awarded one of three prestigious awards!

It's Electric! The City of Deerfield Beach and Florida Power and Light (FPL) partnered to install six electric vehicle charging stations at the main beach parking lot. Charging is free to users, connected to the FPL EVoltuion research program.


The Broward MPO won three national Vega Digital Awards! The Vega Digital Awards highlight the vital role of digital pioneers in an ever-changing digital landscape. The MPO was awarded the "Best E-Learning Training Module" for its PIO Playbook Training, "Best Transportation Website" for its Website refresh, and "Best Social Presence" for its Speak Up Broward social media outreach.

Mobility Hubs are transit access points with frequent transit service, high development, potential, and a critical point for trip generation or transfers within the transit system. The Broward MPO is working with partner agencies and local governments to evolve the Mobility Hub concept hyper-focusing on pedestrian and bicycle connections. The MPO understands that the cookie-cutter approach is not always best, and has created a Mobility Hub Program to ensure the unique needs of Broward are met!

Do you know a high school senior or a current college student with a minimum of 12- credit hours studying in a transportation-related degree program? Spread the word; our partner, the Conference of Minority Transportation Officials (COMTO) Fort Lauderdale, has extended its scholarship application deadline to Friday, May 20!

The COMTO Fort Lauderdale Scholarship Program was designed to encourage minority High School students to consider a career in transportation and to support minority post-secondary education students majoring in a transportation-related field.
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