NPF CRA Mobility Master Plan
Fort Lauderdale, FL
City of Fort Lauderdale
Completed in 2020
Developing a Transportation Vision
The City of Fort Lauderdale’s goal is to enhance the quality of life by improving livability. This Mobility Master Plan aimed to help the City of Fort Lauderdale and the NPF CRA overcome some of the existing transportation infrastructure, safety, and access issues, which have created undesirable conditions for residents and compromised their quality of life.
The Transportation and Mobility Department of the City of Fort Lauderdale commissioned professional transportation planning and engineering services to develop a comprehensive Mobility Master Plan for the Northwest-Progresso-Flagler Heights Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA). The scope of work outlined for this study included addressing transportation, mobility and access issues, and the identification of potential solutions within the study area.
The development of the mobility plan was a collaborative effort that brought together residents, the business/development community, and agency partners to create a strategic transportation vision for the study area. The mobility plan efforts kicked-off in the fall of 2018. Community engagement activities began in early 2019 with the launch of the project website followed by community workshops, stakeholder discussions, and public meetings, among other outreach activities through August 2019.
The recommendations developed as part of this master plan focused in creating a balanced transportation system that
provides real mobility choices and help foster places where people want to invest their time and money. The prioritized list of projects that resulted out of this effort are an action plan to create a transportation system that is more predictable, reliable, and future ready.
Final Report Linked HERE
Project Management & Coordination
Multimodal Corridor Planning
Complete Streets Alternatives Development
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