Town of Miami Lakes Alternatives to Concurrency Study
Miami Lakes is to create an alternative to concurrency program in order to assist in managing growth and incentivizing the implementation of a multimodal transportation network. This report discusses the reasons why this is important, like traffic, the concept of mobility, and the evolution of concurrency. It details the data collection and analysis utilized to evaluate options and make a recommendation, and finally suggests a program methodology and an implementation plan.
Download the Alternatives to Concurrency report.
Improving Regional Transportation Planning
A two-part study to coordinate with public and private sectors in Miami-Dade County on the development of clean energy infrastructure planning, education and outreach. And to identify gaps in transit and mobility infrastructure which make it difficult for users to access health providers, healthy foods and other opportunities, and to recommend corresponding improvements to transportation system.
2015 Public Involvement Outreach Events!
Staff attends various community events to ensure that the public is provided with an equal opportunity to participate in our transportation planning process. See where staff has been: 2015 Public Involvement Outreach Events.
Make an Impact by Using Alternative Modes of Transportation
Watch this short clip, borrowed from i-Sustain’s “Commuter Toolkit”, showing how you can have an impact on reducing congestion on our roadways by using alternative modes of transportation.
Safe Routes to Schools 2014 Infrastructure Plans
The primary objective of the Safe Routes to School (SRTS) program is to encourage children, especially grades K through 8, to walk and bike to school by making walking and biking safer and more appealing. Every year, Miami-Dade County Public Schools (MDCPS) develops SRTS plans and seeks funding for over ten schools. The 2014 SRTS develops improvement plans and funding applications for twelve priority schools.
Bus Only Lanes in Downtown Miami Study
Identify the need and feasibility of Transit Priority Measures (TPM), such as bus-only lanes, in the Downtown Miami area. The intended purpose of TPMs is to improve performance of bus routes operated by Miami-Dade Transit (MDT), Broward County Transit (BCT), and Miami Trolley systems in the Downtown Miami area.
The New Miami-Dade MPO Executive Director
The Miami-Dade MPO Governing Board has appointed Ms. Aileen Bouclé, AICP, as their new Executive Director. Ms. Bouclé will be responsible for conducting the planning process for Miami-Dade County’s complex transportation network, which includes the implementation of policies established by the MPO Governing Board, and directing, managing, and planning for projects and programs that enhance Miami-Dade County transportation.
Read more about Ms. Bouclé.
Miami-Dade MPO Recertified until 2019!
Every four years the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) conduct a review of the Miami-Dade MPO’s transportation planning process, as required by law. The Federal Team conducted a site visit with MPO staff from April 22nd to April 23rd, which commenced with a comprehensive, interactive presentation provided by MPO staff explaining the multitude of work products completed and best practices achieved over the last four years. This presentation became the fabric of the meeting as both MPO staff and the Federal Team were able to communicate to one another what the required regulations were and how each one was successfully accomplished.
As a result of this effort, a joint letter from FHWA and FTA was received stating that the Miami-Dade MPO continues to satisfy the provisions for metropolitan transportation planning, thereby substantially meeting the requirements of 23 CFR Part 450.
Our certification will remain in effect until August 2019.
View our Certification Approval Letter.
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