The Florida Department of Transportation District Four, in coordination with Broward County, is undertaking the project development for the Broward Boulevard Premium Transit (BBPT) Study in Broward County, Florida. This includes a technical evaluation of a premium east-west transit service along the segment of Broward Boulevard from approximately SR 7/US 441in the City of Lauderhill to approximately East 3rd Avenue in Downtown Fort Lauderdale. Initial coordination with the Federal Transit Administration indicates that a Documented Categorical Exclusion (DCE) will be prepared as part of the project’s development, pursuant to the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) of 1969. The purpose of this project is to provide mobility options and make important transit connections within the study area, including with SR 7/US 441 Breeze and local service, the 95 Express Bus and Tri-Rail station at Broward Boulevard and I-95, and with the Brightline Station and Broward County Transit (BCT) Central Terminal in Downtown Fort Lauderdale.
The project will be developed in cooperation with the Broward Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), the City of Fort Lauderdale, the City of Lauderhill, the City of Plantation, and the South Florida Regional Transportation Authority (SFRTA).
Public outreach efforts, information meetings, and workshops will be held throughout the development of the project. These meetings are intended to give interested persons and stakeholder agencies an opportunity to receive information and express their views concerning the proposed project. Some public outreach activities may be held virtually.
Four (South Florida)
Study Completion Date
Estimated Project Cost
Lengths and Limits
Approximately 3.8 miles of Broward Boulevard from SR 7/US 441 to E 3rd Avenue