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Guidelines for Municipal Transit Programs in Miami-Dade County

Provide basic service and design guidelines for various Municipal Transit Programs (MTP) in Miami-Dade County to facilitate safe, secure, reliable, attractive, efficient, and integrated transit services.

Download the Guidelines for Municipal Transit Programs for Miami-Dade County and Executive Summary. (March 2016)

 

City Council Moves Transit Improvements Forward via the Miami-Dade MPO

The City of Doral’s City Council approved a pair of transit resolutions for inter-local agreements between Doral and the Miami-Dade MPO. The inter-local agreements provide up to $90,000 in grant funding to study the expansion of Doral trolley service to Florida International University (FIU) and the conversion of certain streets into one-way pairs to increase circulation capacity.

Read more here.

 

Countermeasures for Bicycle/Pedestrian High Crash Locations Study

This study develops countermeasure strategies for locations where traffic crashes involving pedestrians and cyclists have occurred and facilitate a process for continuing non-motorized safety monitoring analysis and improvements.

Download the Countermeasures for Pedestrian and Bicycle High Crash Locations Executive Summary, Final Report, and Appendices (June 2016).

 

Bicycle Wayfinding System Study

Develops guidelines for an improved countywide bicycle network by providing an improved bicycle wayfinding system. This is key to making the system more attractive to users and increasing mode share. Bicycle wayfinding includes signage to key destinations, as well as a bicycle route numbering system that allows users to easily navigate the available facilities and travel throughout the county on designated roadways. An improved bicycle wayfinding system may also aid in future facility planning.

Download the Bicycle Wayfinding System Study Executive Summary and Final Report (July 2016).

 

City of South Miami Pedestrian Safety and Mobility Infrastructure Implementation Plan

This study was to solicit public involvement to develop policies that would implement the City of South Miami’s efforts to enhance its transportation system and mobility choices for residents and visitors. Complete street policies involve the integration of all aspects of mobility, including vehicular, bicycle, pedestrian and transit.

Download the South Miami Complete Streets Policies and Design Manual, May 2016.

 

Aerial Cable Transit (ACT) Feasibility Study

This study evaluated feasibility of Aerial Cable Transit (ACT) systems such as Gondola or Gondola Monorail to connect Florida International University (FIU), Miami Intermodal Center (MIC), Marlins Park, Health District, Downtown Miami, and Miami Beach. The study will also include a preliminary evaluation of alternate project delivery mechanisms such as various forms of Public-Private Partnership (P3).

Download the Aerial Cable Transit Feasibility Study Final Report, February 2016.

 

Two Bicycle/Pedestrian Studies Completed

The City of Miami Beach Boardwalk/Beachwalk Feasibility Study was conducted to improve the quality of pedestrian and bicycle access to existing segments of the Atlantic Greenway Network. To learn more about this study view or download the Miami Beach Middle Beach Recreational Corridor Phase III Final Report, June 2016.

The Regional Bicycle Route Planner Study was to develop several extensions and data updates for the Bicycle Route Planner (BiKE). Get more details, view or download the Bicycle Route Planning System Project Phase 3 Final Report, June 2016.

 

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.

 

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