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Beach Corridor Transit Connection Study

The study served as an update to the 2004 Bay Link Study examining a premium transit connection between the cities of Miami Beach and Miami. It also evaluated how to best advance the project through the project development process.

Download the Final Report and Appendix C - Meeting Presentations.


Bus Rapid Transit Implementation Plan along Transit Corridors

This study creates a plan to implement Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) along the following transit corridors: North Corridor, East-West Corridor (SR-836 and Flagler Street), Kendall Corridor and Douglas Road Corridor.

View or download the Executive Summary and/or the full Report.


2016 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Adopted

The TIP of fiscal years 2015/16 to 2019/20 was approved by the MPO Governing Board on May 21, 2015.

You can view or download the Final 2016 TIP and the 2016 Citizen's Version.


Prospectus for Transportation Improvements Approved

The Miami-Dade MPO Governing Board approved the updated “Prospectus for Transportation Improvements” during their May 21, 2015 meeting. The MPO Prospectus describes the established framework for the execution of the duties of the MPO in the development of programs for multimodal transportation improvements in the Miami Urbanized Area. This revised edition reflects all regulatory and administrative changes, which have occurred since the last edition was published in 2010.

View or download the Prospectus for Transportation Improvements.


City of Doral Transit Mobility Plan

This study evaluates approximately 60 miles of existing roadways within approximately 15 square miles within Doral. The goals of the project are to: preserve and maintain the transportation system in Doral, promote safe and secure multi-modal transportation, support intermodal access and connectivity, support economic growth and preserve quality of life in Doral.

View or download the Executive Summary and/or Final Report.


MPO Federal Certification Review completed

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 primary purpose of the certification review is to evaluate the MPO’s compliance with Federal regulations.
The Federal Team will completed this evaluation in the 10th Floor, CITT Conference Room of the Stephen P. Clark Center, 111 NW First Street, Miami, Florida on Wednesday, April 22nd from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM and Thursday, April 23rd from 8:30 AM to 1:30 PM.

In addition, a Public Meeting will took place on Wednesday, April 22, 2015 at 4:30 PM in the 10th Floor, CITT Conference Room of the Stephen P. Clark Center, 111 NW First Street, Miami, Florida, to provide the general public an opportunity to express their thoughts about the transportation planning process. 

View the MPO’s support documentation.

Provide comments about your experience with MPO staff and the transportaiton planning process.


City of South Miami Intermodal Transportation Plan

The South Miami Intermodal Transportation Plan is a community-based transportation plan that provides for convenient and effi cient use of motorized and non-motorized transportation and addresses issues such as vehicular circulation, parking, pedestrian/bicyclist movements, and public transportation, resulting in short- and long-term strategies for implementation of the resultant plan.

Download the South Miami Intermodal Transportation Plan, January 2015.


Implementation Plan for Enhanced Bus Service (EBS) along Flagler Corridor

Overview The Flagler Street Enhanced Bus Service Implementation Plan builds on earlier enhanced bus service (EBS) corridor studies and plans in the Miami area, namely for the NW 27th Avenue and Biscayne Boulevard corridors, and proposes a plan for the operation of EBS along the Flagler Street corridor. The objective of the plan is to improve transit service along the corridor by providing high-frequency service and enhanced passenger amenities, (i.e. bus stop shelters/benches) thereby improving the transit experience of existing riders and attracting new riders that would have otherwise used a private automobile to complete their trip. The Flagler Street Enhanced Bus Service Implementation Plan was developed by the Miami-Dade Metropolitan Planning Organization in coordination with Miami-Dade Transit (MDT).

Download the Flagler Street Enhanced Bus Service Executive Summary; Implementation Plan for Enhanced Bus Service along Flagler Street, November 2014 Final Report; and Implementation Plan for Enhanced Bus Service along Flagler Street, December 22, 2014 presentation.


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