Commitment 2040


The Long Range Transportation Plan for Broward

Commitment 2040 is an investment plan for the Miami Urbanized Area within Broward County (our planning area). The plan allocates available Federal, state and local funds to maintain and improve our transportation system over the next 26 years. Under Federal law, the plan must be “financially feasible," meaning only revenues that can be reasonably expected can be considered in funding the recommendations documented within Commitment 2040


This is your plan. It has been developed with your input in mind, together with that of the private sector and our planning partners at the Federal, state, regional and local levels. The plan is intended to respond to the changing needs within our planning area. Get connected and stay involved. 

For an overview of the Traffic Analysis Zone (TAZ) data used to develop Commitment 2040 please see our Interactive TAZ Map Viewer.

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***CLICK HERE to view the proposed amendments to the Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) - December 2015*** Available for public comment until February 11, 2016.

Amendments to the 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan to include the following:

  • Remove SW 188th Avenue between Sheridan St. and SW 63rd Manor from the LRTP. ($9.7 million) Refer to Page 30 of the LRTP
  • Modify Southwest 184th Avenue from a 4 lane roadway ($72.4 million) to a 2 lane roadway ($36.2 million). Refer to Page 30 of the LRTP
  • Include a narrative regarding potential environmental mitigation activities. Refer to Page 21 of the LRTP
  • Include a narrative demonstrating fiscal constraint of the entire plan. Refer to Page 26 of the LRTP
  • Include project cost details in the tables of the LRTP’s Cost Affordable Plan. Refer to Page 31 of the LRTP

CLICK HERE for the Public Comment Notice - Closes February 11, 2016

Please submit your comments to Paul Flavien at