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Complete Streets: Fort Lauderdale Walking Audit a Huge Success! July 30, 2014 By: Beny Schonfeld On July 24th, more than 50 individuals participated in a Walking Audit that was graciously hosted at the Greater Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce with support from their President, …Read more →
FHWA to Engineers: Go Ahead and Use City-Friendly Street Designs by Tanya Snyder July 28th, 2014 http://usa.streetsblog.org/2014/07/28/fhwa-to-engineers-go-ahead-and-use-city-friendly-street-designs/ The heavyweights of American transportation engineering continue to warm up to design guides that prioritize walking, biking, and transit on city streets. On Friday, the Federal Highway Administration …Read more →
The Broward MPO and City of Fort Lauderdale collaborated to host a Walking Audit in Flagler Village July 24th, 2014 RSVP for the next Walking Audits in Broward County, here: http://www.browardmpo.org/services/complete-streets/walking-audits In a move to engage the community and actively support countywide efforts to implement Complete Streets, the Broward Metropolitan Planning Organization (Broward MPO) and …Read more →
Urge Mayor Regalado to Support the Rail-with-Trail Resolution! https://secure2.convio.net/rtt/site/Advocacy?cmd=display&page=UserAction&id=481 The All Aboard Florida high speed rail project between Miami and Orlando has the potential to transform Florida’s transportation system for the better—but only if it includes a pathway for biking and walking. Pathways near active rail lines are a great way to help connect our …Read more →
‘Complete’ streets a major goal in Parkland July 19, 2014 | ARUN SIVASANKARAN, email@example.com Parkland is set to join a growing list of cities in South Florida that are planning to turn select roadways into complete streets, those that are designed for more than just vehicular traffic. At a recent City Commission meeting, city officials …Read more →