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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.

View the MPO’s 2011-2015 Federal Certification Process support documentation.


Countywide Bus Access and Transfer Facility Assessment

The Miami-Dade MPO and Miami-Dade Transit (MDT) both seek to optimize access, utilization, and connectivity for passengers at five park-and-ride facilities that are currently at, or quickly approaching, parking capacity. This assessment provides conceptual improvement plan recommendations that will increase parking capacity and improve auto access as well as passenger connectivity to MDT services.

Download the Countywide Bus and Auto/Rideshare Access to Transit Facility Assessment executive summary and report.


Compendium of Transportation Facts & Trends

Miami-Dade County is at the nexus of both domestic and international economic activity. It has significant influence in the metropolitan region that bears its name, the entire state of Florida, the United States as a whole, and most of the Western Hemisphere. Miami-Dade’s location, and the transportation connections that it supports, allows it to remain a uniquely diverse and economically significant mega hub with strong indications for further growth well into the 21st Century. Indeed, this prosperity is directly linked to the efficient movement of people and goods throughout the region and beyond.

The purpose of this Compendium of Transportation Facts and Trends is to showcase the components, contributions, and importance of Miami-Dade’s transportation system. In doing so, it examines how Miami-Dade interacts with and compares to other places using multimodal transportation and economic-related data.

Download the Compendium of Transportation Facts & Trends Report and Executive Summary. For an interactive experience, visit the Facts & Trend mini-site in our Tools section.


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.


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