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A leading pedestrian interval (LPI) gives pedestrians the opportunity to enter an intersection 3-7 seconds before vehicles are given a green indication. With this head start, pedestrians can better establish their presence in the crosswalk before vehicles have priority to turn left.
Tuesday, February 15
2:00 p.m. Resiliency & Attainable Housing Committee

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

Lois Cooper was the first female African American transportation engineer to be hired in the Engineering Department at the Division of Highways, now known as California Department of Transportation (Caltrans), in 1953. She was also the first African American woman in California to pass the Professional Engineers (PE) License Exam.

She was a part of several significant projects during her career, including the I-105 Century Freeway, the San Diego Freeway, the Long Beach Freeway, the San Gabriel River Freeway, and the Riverside Freeway. She was also the first female director of the First Diamond Lane, the predecessor to carpool lanes. In addition to her career achievements, Cooper participated in the Los Angeles Council of Black Professional Engineers, visiting students and advocating for math and science in schools.


Are you ready for the main event? Join us on Thursday, February 17, and Friday, February 18, for the Safe Streets Summit. This year's theme is Resilient and Adaptive Streets. The Summit will focus on collaborations to build a regional vision of a safe, equitable multimodal transportation system that adapts to community needs and enables growth, now and for our future. The Summit will occur at the InterContinental Miami Hotel in Miami.
The BTactical Walk and Talk Workshop was a success! Thank you to our partners, the City of Fort Lauderdale, Lake Ridge Civic Association, Street Plans, community members, and our sponsors for your great ideas for the future quick-build project on NE 15th Avenue.

Join us on Tuesday, February 22, at 6:00 p.m. for the BTactical Lake Ridge Virtual Workshop. At the virtual workshop, we will discuss the feedback collected from the community during the Walk and Talk Workshop. All community members are welcome to participate in this unique opportunity to participate in the transformation.
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.

Do you use public transportation? Do you have concerns you would like to address or give a glowing review? Well, you're in luck! The Florida Public Transportation Association is gathering feedback on Floridans' transit usage. Share your thoughts today!

Are you ready to take the next step in your career? Well, you're in luck; we are currently accepting applications for an Events Manager, Senior Transportation Planner, Staff Accountant, Public Outreach Officer, and Administrative Assitant! Apply today and join our exciting and dyanmic team!
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.
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