Residents are invited to speak up regarding the County’s mobility. Exhibits and presentations on improving the livability of Parkland, Coconut Creek and Coral Springs will be on display at the Northwest Regional Library from Monday, May 10 through Monday, May 31.
The Northern Broward County Transit-Supportive Infrastructure and Land Use Study will identify existing and future transit corridors and land uses, and provide opportunities for public involvement that focus on ways to improve transit services and transit-support infrastructure. The Study will address various transit options within the existing right-of-way including improved bus service (Local, limited, rapid bus), corridor designs, transit-supportive infrastructure (shelters, sidewalks, bicycle facilities, ADA accessible transit shelters, crosswalks, streetscape, lighting, landscape, transit stations, park-and-ride facilities, neighborhood connections, etc.) to make it easier to walk, bike and use transit. The Study area covers approximately 35 square miles in northwest Broward County. Boundaries are Broward/Palm Beach County line to the north, the Conservation Levee to the west, Sample Road to the south, and the Florida’s Turnpike to the east.
For more information on BMPO, visit www.Broward.org/mpo. The Northwest Regional Library is located at 3151 N. University Drive.