National leaders in transportation policy, planning, and engineering joined local elected officials to tackle the challenge of making some of the most dangerous cities for cyclists and pedestrians in the country safer through Complete Streets policies. Over 200 people were in attendance while others followed online using social media #S32016, making this the largest summit of its kind ever in South Florida.
The Broward MPO received applications from 10 municipalities for its 2016 Complete Streets and Localized Initiatives Program (CSLIP), the first year of the program. A total of 25 projects were submitted for funding, with each project receiving a score based on criteria approved by the Broward MPO Board.
The SR7 Multimodal Improvements Corridor Study is working to identify both short and long term improvements to promote mobility and safety for all modes of travel along the SR7 corridor. In November 2015, the Broward MPO hosted an e-Townhall meeting, in which over 500 people participated.