2017 Safe Streets Summit
Please join us for the fourth annual Safe Streets Summit! For the first time, this conference will be a collaborative effort between the Broward, Miami-Dade and Palm Beach Metropolitan Planning Organizations. This will provide a local yet regionally connected approach to prioritizing Complete Streets throughout Southeast Florida. The Safe Streets Summit brings together national speakers, public officials, technical staff, and community partners to elevate our efforts on how to design safe transportation facilities for all modes of transportation. This year’s conference will be held at the Sunrise Civic Center.
Safe Streets Summit website.
Safe Routes to School 2015 Infrastructure Plans
The objective of the Safe Routes to School (SRTS) program is to make walking and biking to school safer for children and to increase the number of school age children that choose to walk and bicycle to school. Miami-Dade County Public Schools (MDCPS), in conjunction with the Miami-Dade Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) and Miami-Dade Department of Transportation and Public Works (DTPW) have worked to continually improve walking and biking conditions for students in grades K-8 by prioritizing and requesting funding for Safe Routes to School infrastructure improvements around Miami-Dade County elementary and K-8 schools.
Reversible Lanes Along Thoroughfares Study
The objective of this study is to identify potential thoroughfares in Miami-Dade County where a reversible lanes system can be successfully implemented and to evaluate the feasibility of implementing said system, particularly during peak commute travel times with the intent of addressing traffic congestion in a cost-effective manner.
Regional Travel Survey For Southeast Florida
A select number of households located throughout Palm Beach, Broward, and Miami-Dade Counties will be randomly contacted by mail to participate in the Regional Travel Survey sponsored by the Southeast Florida Transportation Council (SEFTC). Whether you travel from place to place by car, train, bus, bicycle or any other mode, participation in this study will inform the transportation decisions made over the years to come.
The survey begins data collection in mid-September and will continue through the early part of 2017. Participation is easy and voluntary, and information collected is strictly confidential and secure.
Additional information about the Regional Travel Survey can be found here.
Snapper Creek Trail Segment B Master Plan
This study developed a viable concept for a non-motorized connection generally following the Snapper Creek Canal right-of-way between the K-Land Park (9475 SW 88 Street) and the Red Road Linear Park at SW 57th Avenue and SW 88th Street.
City of Miami Little Havana Bicycle/Pedestrian Mobility Study
The Little Havana Bicycle Pedestrian Mobility Plan will benefit the City of Miami in developing an implementation plan to achieve its complete streets goals and non-motorized mobility objectives in conjunction with the Miami Comprehensive Neighborhood Plan. This will identify a safe, convenient, and accessible series of pedestrian and bicycle facilities and related improvements.
Public-Private Partnership Roadmap to Project Implementation Study
Using Public‐Private Partnerships (P3s) to deliver transportation infrastructure can offer a number of advantages to a sponsoring agency. Included are the ability to use additional financial resources plus operating efficiencies provided by the private sector to expedite developing and preserving public infrastructure.
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.
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