About the Study

In 2018, Broward County voters approved a one percent sales tax that established a dedicated local funding source for transportation improvements, including transit operations and maintenance. As a result, the FDOT and the project partners decided to focus on the 3.8-mile Broward Boulevard corridor as one of the first potential pieces of a larger regional system. The purpose of the Broward Boulevard Premium Transit Study is to provide a premium transit service that will improve mobility, offer an alternative to single-occupant vehicles, and provide convenient access to major destinations in central Broward County.


The Broward Boulevard corridor has many transportation opportunities as well as many challenges. The following is a sampling of the corridor issues that will be considered as a part of the BBPT Study project development activities:

  • Recurring congestion on Broward Boulevard,
  • Recurring congestion on segments of I-95,
  • High capacity transit service being predominately north-south and not adequately addressing east-west travel,
  • Lack of access and mobility within the corridor constraining economic development and redevelopment, and 

Anticipated population and employment growth expected to exacerbate the problems described above.

Public participation is solicited without regard to race, color, national origin, age, sex, religion, disability or family status. 

To receive more information about this project, please email us at  Browardblvdtransit@transystems.com

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