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2016 Annual Report

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The Miami-Dade TPO’s 2016 Annual Report details the accomplishments achieved by the TPO Governing Board and staff. This includes the adoption of the Strategic Miami Area Rapid Transit “SMART” Plan.  The report provides statistical information regarding the growth Miami-Dade County is experiencing, and discusses how the SMART Plan is aimed at providing solutions through mobility options. There is also information regarding the various activities TPO staff was engaged in, as well the various studies that are “Thinking Big” about improving the overall transportation system.

View the 2016 Annual Report Flipbook or download the PDF.


Celebrating the Miami-Dade TPO’s 40th Anniversary!

Miami-Dade TPO 40th Anniversary

On March 2, 1977, the Miami-Dade TPO was established to guide the transportation planning process in the Miami Urbanized Area. Over the past 40 years, partnerships with the various regional transportation agencies have been crucial to the movement towards providing mobility options for Miami-Dade County.


Call for Ideas!!!

We are seeking creative ideas for transportation planning studies that will provide effective solutions to alleviate traffic congestion in the areas of highways, transit, freight, air, sea, non-motorized, and safety. Ideas selected will then be recommended for adoption by the Miami-Dade TPO Governing Board in their Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP).

This is your opportunity to get involved and make a difference!

Please forward idea(s) via email, mail, or fax to:

Stephen P. Clark Center
111 NW 1 Street, Suite 920
Miami, FL 33128
(305) 375-4950 fax



Take the Challenge. Live the Journey.

If you’re a southeast Florida resident who would like to get involved and assist in improving local transportation, then this Travel Survey Challenge is for you! The Southeast Florida Transportation Council (SEFTC) has launched the Battle of the Counties Travel Survey Challenge — a friendly, data-collecting challenge between the residents of Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach counties – in an effort to improve the local transportation system. Travel information provided by you will offer insight and a new perspective to making counties more economically vibrant.

The 2017 Battle of the Counties Travel Survey Challenge influences optimal ways of catering to the diverse and evolving transportation needs in southeast Florida. The feedback from local residents will assist transportation engineers and planners to improve our roads, reduce traffic congestion and provide safer sidewalks and bicycle facilities. By 2040, the southeast Florida region is expected to grow 25 percent, from 5.6 million people to 7 million people.

Remember, it takes a lifetime to complete a journey, but only one minute to start it!

Ready for the Battle of the Counties? Start now!

Take the Travel Survey Challenge today!


Miami-Dade Bike Friendly Summit

The Miami-Dade TPO is holding a Miami-Dade Bike-Friendly Summit where participants will learn: 1) How to become designated a Bicycle Friendly Community, Business, or University; 2) The many benefits that come with being designated as Bicycle Friendly; and 3) How you can help make bicycling an option for your residents, visitors, employees, and customers.

March 15, 2017
10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Vizcaya Garage*
3251 South Miami Avenue
Miami, FL 33129

*Located on the west side of South Miami Avenue, across the street from Vizcaya's Main House and Gardens. Drive into the Miami Science Museum parking lot, or take transit or ride your bicycle to the event.

Learn more here and RSVP here.


Evaluation of Multimodal Options in South Miami-Dade

The focus of this study is to examine mobility in South Miami-Dade County, by examining the roadway, transit, bicycle and pedestrian net-works, with the goal of recommending a set of multimodal transportation projects that are in-terconnected, so that people have options for how they travel through the county.

Download the Evaluation of Multimodal Mobility Options in the South Miami-Dade Area Final Report (January 2017).


2016 Public Involvement Outreach Events

We've made a compendium of fact sheets for the many outreach opportunities the Miami-Dade TPO presented in 2016. These are meetings and events for the SMART Plan Corridors, Community Action Agencies (Title VI neighborhoods), Community, Business, and School Outreach.

Click here to view the 2016 Public Involvement Outreach Events as a Flipbook or PDF.


Hyperloop One Global Challenge Finalist: Miami-Orlando Corridor

The Hyperloop Florida Team (Miami-Orlando Corridor) has been selected as one of eleven finalists in the United States for the Hyperloop One Global Challenge.

This challenge is a competition that invited teams anywhere on Earth to put forward a comprehensive commercial, transport, economic, and policy case for their cities, regions, or countries to be considered to host the first hyperloop networks. The Hyperloop One Global Challenge is not an engineering competition: we bring the technology, you tell us how it should be used in your location.

Learn more about this challenge and the technology by visiting the website or Facebook page.

Read the Hyperloop Florida Team (Miami-Orlando Corridor) application.


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