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The 2017 Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP)

The Miami-Dade MPO Governing Board approved the FY 2017-18 UPWP, which describes the transportation planning activities to be managed by the MPO for Miami-Dade County. Tasks included in this document are scheduled to be conducted during the fiscal period beginning July 1, 2016 and ending on June 30, 2018. The document outlines the planning projects budget and activities that will support the comprehensive and multimodal transportation improvement program approved for the metropolitan area in the adopted Year 2040 Miami-Dade Long Range Transportation Plan Update (LRTP). The public is solicited every year to submit ideas to be considered for inclusion in the UPWP through a “Call for Ideas” campaign each fall.

View the UPWP.

 

2015 Annual Report

Miami-Dade MPO's 2015 Annual Report is now online! You can read all about our accomplishments for the year via PDF file or interactive Flipbook.

 

Non-Motorized Network Connectivity Plan

This plan analyzes and develops new capital improvement projects to fill critical gaps in the non-motorized transportation network. The Miami-Dade Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) commissioned this Plan through the MPO’s Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP). Identifying and solving gaps in the non-motorized transportation network is key to providing effective transportation options.

Download the Non-Motorized Network Connectivity Plan, April 2016.

 

City of North Miami Downtown Multimodal Traffic Circulation Plan

The City of North Miami has undertaken the NE 125th Street Corridor Multi-Modal Improvements Study to objectively evaluate options for multi-modal mobility, access, and safety improvements for approximately one half of a mile of the NE 125th Street Corridor between NE 6th Avenue and NE 10th Avenue.

Download the NE 125th Street Multimodal Improvements Report, February 2016.

 

Embracing New Technology: Autonomous Vehicles

We are on the verge of a new phase in transportation mobility. The Miami-Dade Metropolitan Planning Organization is ready to plan for this new technology with upgraded roadways, transit systems, and freight facilities that will move our community into the future.

Learn about our new Autonomous-Connected Vehicle Program.

 

Town of Medley Mayor Roberto Martell joins the MPO Governing Board

Town of Medley Mayor, Roberto Martell, was appointed by Governor Rick Scott to serve on the Miami-Dade Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) Governing Board as the Municipal Representative for a term beginning March 14, 2016 and ending November 23, 2017. The Governing Board is comprised of a twenty-three (23) member board that acts as the authority on all local transportation planning matters, and ensures that all entities engaging in transportation-related activities conform to statutory requirements.

Read more about Mayor Roberto Martell visit the Newsroom.

 

Hosting the “Administrator’s Beyond Traffic Roundtable on the Freight Economy” Event

Today, the Miami-Dade MPO successfully hosted this important event at PortMiami on behalf of U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx with Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Administrator Gregory G. Nadeau.  Mr. Nadeau was appointed by President Barak Obama, and confirmed by the Senate to serve as the nation’s 19th Administrator of FHWA. Roundtable participants discussed national, state, and local freight economic opportunities and impacts, including elements of national and state freight plans and related performance measures. This was an opportunity to share ideas, insights, and experiences to improve freight movement nationally and in this region.

View pictures here.

Watch the FHWA Administrator’s video from the meeting here.

Watch the MPO's Freight Roundtable presentation here.

 

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