Mobility Monday
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The Broward MPO is a transportation policy-making board. The MPO is responsible for transportation planning and funding allocation in urbanized Broward County. The Broward MPO works with the public, planning organizations, government agencies, elected officials, and community groups to develop transportation plans.

In observation of the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, the Broward MPO is closed today. We will resume regular operation tomorrow, January 18.
Monday, January 24,
2:00 p.m. Transportation Disadvantaged Local Coordinating Board

Wednesday, January 26
2:30 p.m. Techincal Advisory Committee
6:00 p.m. Citizens' Advisory Committee

Thursday, January 27
2:00 p.m. Freight Transportation Advisory Committee
Over 80 volunteers of all ages came out in support of the project to help paint the roadway during the 4-day installation held December 8-11, 2021 in the City of Deerfield Beach. The primary components of the quick-build project are intersection improvements, wayfinding and informational signage, traffic calming features, crosswalks with decorative surface treatments and upgrading the existing bike lanes to protected bike lanes. The project is reversible and adjustable according to the needs of the community. Pedestrian and bicyclist counts are being counted during this time to evaluate the use of the corridor, as well as speed data.
How does transportation improve? It starts with a plan! The Broward MPO is seeking input for the Unified Planning Work
Program (UPWP). Every two years, the MPO updates the UPWP, and this business plan (with associated budget) sets the framework for transportation plans and studies. What are your ideas? Your contributions could potentially be addressed in future transportation planning studies. Submit your ideas by Friday, February 11.
The Broward MPO selected NE 15th Avenue between NE 11th Street and NE 13th Street to be implemented as the pilot project in 2022. This project is prioritized in the City of Fort Lauderdale's Neighborhood Mobility Masterplan (2015-2025) for Lake Ridge.

A Walk and Talk workshop will be conducted to discuss the project ideas as well as to request feedback from the community in regards to the Art component of the project. This public meeting will be conducted on Saturday, February 12, at the ArtServe Gallery at 4:00 p.m., all community members are welcome to participate in this unique opportunity to help the City transform NE 15th Avenue into a better street for everyone. Masks are encouraged for this socially distanced workshop and outdoor walking tour.
The Broward MPO family is expanding! Review our openings today to see if any of them fit you or someone you know! We are currently seeking transportation professionals who are passionate about moving people & goods to join our team.

On Saturday, January 29, at 4:00 p.m., the City of Fort Lauderdale's Transportation and Mobility Department, in partnership with PeopleForBikes, Better Bike Share Partnership, Choose954, Broward B-Cycle, and Riverwalk Fort Lauderdale invites you to an afternoon of fun and learning as we cycle a 4-mile loop from/to Esplanade Park via Flagler Village and MASS District. A limited number of Broward B-Cycle bikes will be available to borrow at no cost for participants aged 18 years old and above.
The Safe Streets Awards are an opportunity to highlight individuals and jurisdictions that have led by example in creating better streets for all users. One community and one individual will be honored from Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach counties. Conference attendees will be voting to select the recipient of the 2022 People’s Choice Award! Participate in all the fun during the Safe Streets Summit and root for local champions! The deadline for nominations is Friday, January 21.

Our partner, the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), District Four, is hosting three Alternatives Public Workshops for the Broward Commuter Rail PD&E Study! The virtual workshops will be held on Thursday, January, 27 at 3:00 p.m. and 6:30 p.m., and the in-person workshop will be held on Monday, January 31 at 6:30 p.m.
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