BROWARD'S  INFRASTRUCTURE

PLAN FOR COMMUTERS & A MORE COMPETITIVE ECONOMY

ON THE BALLOT 11.6.18

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The federal government has failed to invest in our infrastructure. Local governments are now taking action with overwhelming public support - but Broward County has fallen behind. The "penny plan" will:

  • Fix roads, sidewalks, dangerous conditions

  • Cut congestion

  • Create local jobs

  • Help fight climate change

  • Add bus rapid transit options

  • Improve school safety

  • Create greenways and bike lanes

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BROWARD COUNTY'S PLAN

TO FIX ROADS, BRIDGES AND SIDEWALKS

·Road and bridge                  construction

·Safer highways and streets

·Fill-the-gaps in sidewalks

FIXING DANGEROUS

ROAD CONDITIONS

CUTTING CONGESTION

·Make roads wider,    eliminate bottlenecks 

·Improve senior  transportation options

·More open spaces and bike  routes

ECONOMIC COMPETITIVENESS

·Create thousands of

 local  jobs

·Rapid bus options

 for commuters

·Shorten commute times

HARDENED INFRASTRUCTURE TO WITHSTAND

·Climate change

·Heat

·Flooding

NEWS & UPDATES

Public Presentation - Broward Infrastructure Plan

2018

New Miami Times - Florida Had Another Awful Year of Pedestrian Deaths in 2017

3/8/18

84 INTERSECTIONS

Improvements at 84 intersections to cut bottlenecks, add new turn lane space, remove split phase signal timing, and improve traffic flow countywide for commuters and residents

BIKE LANES

72 miles of new and improved bike lanes, with increased access to greenways, improved safety for pedestrians and drivers, and more

SIDEWALKS

40 miles of improved and new sidewalks, with greater connectivity for communities, and countywide ADA compliance for people with disabilities and senior citizens

CLIMATE RESILLIANCY

To protect our communities from climate change, and ensure that investments withstand the pressures, 10 miles of raised roadways, stormwater pumping systems, drainage wells, green retention areas, and more

80 SCHOOLS

Sidewalks, crosswalks, and traffic flow around 80 schools will be improved in order to protect children and travelers 

BUS RAPID TRANSIT & MORE

This program will support nearly 600 projects countywide, including 150 miles of new rapid bus transit options for commuters, and 1,400 new bus stops

 
 

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BROWARD COUNTY

TRANSPORTATION BALLOT

INITIATIVE

Paid for by:

Transportation is the Future

1730 NE 139th Street
North Miami, FL 33181

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