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Did you know some trains in South East Florida can travel up to 80 miles per hour? Never try to beat the train! Check out this rail safety animation created by our partner Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) District 4.
Thursday, March 10
8:30 a.m. Executive Committee
9:30 a.m. MPO Board Meeting

Monday, March 23
2:00 p.m. Complete Streets Advisory Committee

Wednesday, March 23
2:00 p.m. Techincal Advisory Committee
6:00 p.m. Citizens' Advisory Committee

Rodney E. Slater is the Former Secretary of Transportation. Slater earned his law degree from the University of Arkansas in 1980. While there, he served as president of the UA chapter of the Black American Law Students Association and the Student Bar.

Slater served as an assistant attorney general in the litigation division under Attorney General Steve Clark for the next two years. In 1982, he joined Clinton's staff, also serving as his deputy campaign manager in 1984 and 1986, and served several roles supporting the governor's office and Clinton's presidential campaign in the years that followed.

In 1987 Rodney E. Slater was appointed to the Arkansas Highway Commission by Clinton. He marked his place in history as the youngest commissioner and the first African American to serve on that state board. Just five years later, he was elected chairman. In 1993, President Clinton named Slater director of the Federal Highway Administration, making him the agency's first African American administrator in its hundred-year history. After four years of service, President Clinton named Slater Secretary of Transportation in 1997, a title he held until 2001. Slater was the second Black U.S. Secretary of Transportation.

Slater's launched the Garrett A. Morgan Technology and Transportation Education Program in 1997. The program's initial intent was to prepare youth to become the future transportation workforce, attract youth to transportation careers, and provide them with the needed skills through mentorship and tutoring.


Please join our Community Open House for the City of Plantation’s Multimodal Master (MMTP) Transportation Plan. The open house will be tomorrow, March 1, from 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. at the Jim Ward Community Center. We want to hear your experiences and ideas about driving, walking, biking, and accessing public transit in Plantation. Your feedback will help us plan the future of multimodal transportation in Plantation! See you there!

Our partner at FDOT District 4 is hosting their annual Love to Ride Bike Challenge in celebration of Florida Bike Month. The challenge is a fun, free competition between workplaces to see who can earn the most points for riding and encouraging others during March. It’s not all about who can ride the most miles, but about encouraging as many people as possible to enjoy riding their bike for health, happiness, and fun.
We want to hear from you! The Broward MPO is inviting the public to review and make verbal comments on proposed amendments to the 2045 Metropolitan Transportation Plan. The next public meeting to give your input will be held in the Broward MPO Board Room on Thursday, March 10, at 9:30 a.m.
Our partner, the City of Pembroke Pines, is hosting a family Bike Rodeo to celebrate Florida Bike Month. The Rodeo will occur on Saturday, March 12, from 10:00 a.m. - noon at Spring Valley Park. There will be food, music, giveaways, and fun for the entire family!
Join us and our partner the City of Fort Lauderdale on Saturday, April 2 at 9:30 a.m. for a BTactical Lake Ridge Workshop! We will discuss the final design, art theme options, and volunteer opportunities for the quick build project.

The workshop will take place at the ArtServe Art Gallery! All community members are welcome to participate in this unique opportunity. Be a part of the transformation; register today!

We want to extend a huge congratulations to the Broward winners of the Safe Streets Annual Awards!

Complete Streets Champion Award: Jeff Torkelson, Founder, Recyclable Bicycle Exchange (RBX) Programs
Jeff is an individual who has been an exceptional leader and catalyst in advancing Complete Streets Broward. 

Complete Streets Community Award: City fo Deerfield Beach
The City of Deerfield Beach has significantly contributed to the implementation of Complete Streets and has done an outstanding job engaging the community.

The Broward MPO team plans to schedule the first planning committee meeting of the year to begin inter-agency coordination and partnerships towards a Ciclovia event in 2022. If you would like to participate and help make this event a reality, please select the options that best work for you. After a date is determined, you will receive an email confirmation with more details and a link to connect to the meeting. Please feel free to extend this invitation to anyone you would like to join us.

For complaints, questions, or concerns about civil rights or nondiscrimination: or for special requests under the Americans with Disabilities Act, please contact Alan Berry, Transit Planner/Title VI Coordinator at (954)876-0058 or