The Broward MPO is a dynamic, federally mandated public agency that serves as a catalyst for change in transportation. With coordination of 31 local governments and municipalities, more than 1.8 million residents, and over 13 million visitors each year, the Broward MPO enables seamless transportation and redevelopment in Broward County that provides an opportunity for people and communities to grow and thrive.
The Broward MPO is responsible for making policy on local transportation issues and deciding how to collaboratively spend federal money on important transportation projects that deliver solutions, help keep Broward County moving, and improve quality of life for all.
The voting members of the MPO Board are elected officials who represent the Broward County Board of County Commissioners, the 31 Broward municipalities, the South Florida Regional Transportation Authority (SFRTA/Tri-Rail) and the School Board of Broward County. The MPO works with transportation stakeholders who represent all segments of the MPO’s planning areas: individual members of the public, civic and community groups, government agencies and planning organizations at the local, county, state and federal levels.